Bob shares some of the practices (Dharma and other) that have benefited him throughout his life.
Tag Archives | karma
One of Venerable Chodron’s long-time students contemplates acceptance and slowing down.
How the Buddha’s many discourses are not contradictory but show he was a skillful teacher giving an array of teachings all with the aim to lead us to awakening.
Cultivating the far-reaching practice of joyous effort brings joy to dharma practice and is a cause for accomplishing our goals in this life and future lives.
How we can use an understanding of the nature of mind and logical reasoning to arrive at a conclusion that rebirth exists.
Explanation of the last three of the four seals and how contemplating them results in a change of perspective.
The three higher trainings—ethics, concentration and wisdom—are explained with the practices of the eightfold noble path, which are subsumed under the three.
Recognizing the harmfulness of anger. Training the mind to see situations in a different way to work with anger. Using antidotes to work with criticism.
When we understand karma we understand the importance of setting our motivation and making thoughtful decisions.
How to relate to a spiritual mentor.