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Practices incompatible with ethical conduct, and cultivating conscientiousness.
Exploring the recollection of generosity, ethical conduct, and the far-reaching attitudes of generosity and ethical conduct.
Venerable Thubten Jampa leads an interactive discussion on the bodhisattva perfection of fortitude.
The origins of complaining. How to reflect on the kindness of others to counteract the complaining mind and develop more beneficial ways of interacting.
Teaching on the three types of ways we can practice the perfection of fortitude
Finishing the discussion on modern non-virtues by exploring destructive mental actions and starting on the perfection of fortitude
Teaching on the auxiliary bodhisattva precepts related to the perfections of ethical conduct and fortitude.
When we’re angry our view of the situation is an exaggeration. Looking at the situation more realistically helps to subvert anger.
Recognizing there are no benefits to anger. Counteracting angry states of mind by viewing others with compassion.