Library of Wisdom and Compassion
New to Buddhism
For Young People
Stages of the Path
Prayers and Practices
Dharma in Action
Dharma in Daily Life
Working with Emotions
21st Century Buddhists
Explore Monastic Life
Becoming a Monastic
A Nun’s Life
Living in Community
Full Ordination for Nuns
Western Bhikshuni Timeline
Visit Sravasti Abbey
365 Gems of Wisdom
Awaken Every Day
An Open-Hearted Life
Open Heart, Clear Mind
Working with Anger
Guided Buddhist Meditations
Approaching the Buddhist Path
Realizing the Profound View
Ill-will towards those who have harmed us. (Pali:
Based on an exaggeration or projection of negative qualities, an emotion that cannot endure an object, person, idea, etc., and wishes either to destroy it or get away from it.
Meditation on working with anger
A guided meditation to reflect on the causes of anger and the antidotes.
Removing barriers to forgiveness
Discussing what gets in the way of forgiving others and responsibility for our harmful actions
Teaching three mental non-virtues and the four branches required for a complete act of killing and stealing.
Intention, karmic paths and afflictions
Describing how the ten non-virtues can be distinguished from each other in terms of being intention, karmic paths, and/or afflictions.
Taking refuge and the meaning of the Three Jewels
Explanation of the causes for taking refuge and the qualities of the Three Jewels.