A karmic payback incident shows how to avoid suffering by avoiding those negative actions that cause suffering.
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Venerable Thubten Chodron comments on the Vajrasattva sadhana.
The four general characteristics of karma.
The meaning of the Vajrasattva mantra and visualization, and a discussion about the meaning of guilt, shame, and regret.
Discussing the four opponent powers in the context of the Vajrasattva sadhana.
Describing how ignorance is the root of our suffering and how purification helps us to overcome it.
In the modern age, technology enables more ways to engage in the ten paths of non-virtue. We can use the Dharma to avoid such negativities and practice virtue.
Karmic results are happening all the time in our life and all the time we are creating actions that are going to bring future results.
Los demás pueden llevar a cabo acciones negativas, sin embargo, ¿por qué tenemos que ser despectivamente “más santos que ellos” al reaccionar?
Looking at our experience from the viewpoint of karma leads us to act in ways that lead away from suffering and toward happiness—in short, creating good karma.