A Catholic nun’s perspective on world monastic traditions and her own spiritual journey.
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The three levels of motivation as a key to understanding the Buddhist path.
Examining the 10 richnesses of a precious human life and how to meditate properly on the freedoms and fortunes it provides.
Review of the advantages of relying and disadvantages of not relying on a teacher as well as instruction on how to rely on the teacher with our thoughts.
How to go about our lives in a Dharma way.
Further instruction on how to make offerings, and a commentary on the third preparatory practice: sitting posture, taking refuge, and generating bodhicitta.
An overview of topics such as the mind, rebirth, cyclic existence, and enlightenment, as an introduction for those not familiar with the Buddhist worldview.
Do buddhas have emotions? Why do we feel low self-esteem and self-hatred? Finding peace through contemplative practices.
The balance of Dharma practice and individual action as a means to improve our society.