How it’s possible to go beyond blaming others or our self and work together to alleviate the suffering that everyone experiences in a difficult situation.
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Happiness comes from internal transformation. How to use Buddhist teachings to change our own motivation and attitudes to benefit ourselves and others.
Venerable Thubten Chonyi leads a review of the section “Buddhism, Science, and Emotions” from Chapter 3 “Mind and Emotions.”
Teaching on the six roots of dispute, and the principle of ‘survival of the most cooperative.’
There is value in practicing and meditating with others. When we participate in our Dharma community, the practice of everyone in the group flourishes.
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.
Explaining the last three verses of wisdom from the Kadam masters, which focus on concentration, wisdom, and spiritual teachers.
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.