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
Appearing and Empty
The Foundation of Buddhist Practice
365 Gems of Wisdom
Awaken Every Day
An Open-Hearted Life
Open Heart, Clear Mind
Working with Anger
Guided Buddhist Meditations
three principal aspects of the path
Glossary: three principal aspects of the path
determination to be free
, the altruistic intention, and the
wisdom realizing emptiness
three principal realizations of the path
Caring for our only home
It is important to care for the environment we live in, not only for our own benefit but also for the benefit of all beings.
How Vajrayana fits in in relation to other Buddhist practices.
Leading ourselves out of addiction
Taking refuge in drugs or alcohol simply leads to more destructive, addictive behavior, which then leads to more suffering. One can work his/her way out.
Letter to someone whose son committed suicide
Advice to a student working with difficult emotions after his son with schizophrenia committed suicide.
Overview of the stages of the path
An overview of the graduated path to awakening and how it relates to the three principal aspects of the path.