Dr. Russel Kolts on the meaning of compassion and building a compassionate culture for people to feel safe.
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The conventional and ultimate nature of the mind. How phenomena exist in relationship to the mind. By opting out of anger and grudges one finds more peace.
Teaching the auxiliary bodhisattva ethical restraints, covering those related to the far-reaching practice of fortitude.
How to stop blaming ourselves and others for our problems, develop a broader view of difficult situations and learn to forgive.
A student reflects on how quickly she is willing to give advice, even when unsolicited. In a poem she considers the ego that has no boundaries.
In terms of having a kind heart it doesn’t matter if the world is more complex or simple. What matters is if one’s heart is more complex or simple.
How to cultivate kindness towards strangers and even our enemies, and how compassion can improve our relationships with ourselves and others.
Skillful ways to transform the dissatisfied mind into one that is content and happy.
Overcoming low self-esteem and self-criticism to realize our full potential.
Cutting the cord of attachment and aversion so that we can be free from petty concerns at the time of death.