Why we should not be discouraged about attaining awakening. How the collections of merit and wisdom counteract mental and physical suffering.
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How to lead in a skillful way that benefits others. What is labeled pleasure is a actually the lessening of pain. How mental pleasure is conceptually created.
Leading in a way that accords with Dharma principles. Suitable qualities of officials and appointees. Dealing compassionately with wrongdoers.
Nagarjuna’s advice on practical matters from a Dharma perspective. How to maintain a virtuous motivation to guide everyday activities and interactions.
How Nagarjuna’s advice to a leader is still relevant for leaders in modern times including, important qualities of leaders, social programs and prisons.
Venerable Thubten Tarpa leads a review of meditative stabilization, focusing on the the six conditions necessary for developing serenity/calm abiding.
Developing and applying self-confidence, the second factor of joyous effort. Learning from failure and not giving up.
Overcoming the three types of laziness that oppose joyous effort. Developing aspiration and self-confidence, the first two factors that compose joyous effort.
A reflection on the voyage that practitioners take, from our present state of samsara to the the shore of liberation.
The differences between Buddhist mindfulness and secular mindfulness practices. The four establishments of mindfulness and the misconceptions they dispel.