A student uses her Dharma practice to face adversity, and then uses that same adversity to strengthen her Dharma practice.
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Teaching from Chapter 4, describing various counterforces to the afflictions, such as anger, attachment, arrogance and jealousy.
Making up a list of things to fix (in other people). Is this where joy comes from?
Antidotes to the afflictions of confusion, self-doubt, and fear that hold us back in our practice.
The contemporary trend of mindfulness differs from the 2,500-year-old practice that was taught by the Buddha. Venerable Chodron explains the difference.
Two guided meditations. A meditation on getting in touch with our positive qualities and another to develop equanimity towards others.
Covering Verses 71 – 75 of Chapter 5, discussing practical advice about how to do daily activities in a way that is pleasing and beneficial to others
Covers Verses 5.60-5.70, discussing how to cultivate a sense of the body’s lack of cleanliness, reduce our attachment to it and use it to create virtue
Covering Verses 5.54-5.60 on how to be resolute in the Dharma practice, cultivate mental stability, respect, and politeness, and abandon attachment to the body
Covers Verses 46-54 of Chapter 5 discussing skilful ways to act when afflictions arise