How to examine our mind closely so we understand what to take responsibility for and counteract self cherishing attitude.
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Having an appreciation for joyous effort and showing interest in overcoming laziness.
How laziness interferes with Dharma practice. What it means to be kind to ourselves and not settling for the low-quality happiness of samsara.
A discussion on the many aspects of karma; purifying negative actions through four opponent powers.
Explanation of generating regret for our past actions and making a determination not to repeat them.
Introduction to the Vajrasattva practice including how to visualize and the meaning of the mantra, followed by an in-depth look at anger, forgiveness, and guilt
Thinking that it will be end of pain and suffering, an inmate attempted suicide, but lived to tell his story.
Our society conditions us to believe that what we do, have or are is never good enough. How can we change our way of thinking to be more realistic and beneficia
Good ethical discipline is the basis of (1) respect for ourselves and (2) consideration for others
Many issues surround the end of life for caregivers as well as the dying. A Buddhist teacher and a hospice nurse offer complementary perspectives.