How the 57 faults manifest in daily life, and practicing each of the six perfections in relation to the others.
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A summary of the six perfections and compassion.
How to apply Dharma principles to daily life situations and decisions common to young people.
The teachings on karma show that we are in the process of creating our future experiences so we have alot of power to create the future we want to have.
Commentary on selected verses from the thought training poem “The Wheel of Sharp Weapons” from the book “Good Karma”.
How to apply the teachings on karma in daily life to engage in constructive actions and avoid destructive actions.
Understanding the four basic principles of karma helps to transform actions in a positive way. Purification of negative karma using the four opponent powers.
The principle cause of our experience is our previous karma, actions done in the past. External people and situations are the cooperative conditions.
In the modern age, technology enables more ways to engage in the ten paths of non-virtue. We can use the Dharma to avoid such negativities and practice virtue.
Karmic results are happening all the time in our life and all the time we are creating actions that are going to bring future results.