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Our mind is related to our body and health in many ways. When we transform our mind, it changes the energy of our body, promoting healing.
Applying Buddhist practices for studying and preparing for examinations.
Questioning how society defines happiness based on what we possess, and examining how consumerism influences our motivation and creates dissatisfaction.
Recitations to prepare the mind for meditation, to make it receptive for transformation and attaining realizations.
Clases de repaso para preparar la mente para la meditación, para que sea receptiva para la transformación y el logro de realizaciones.
Interacting with laypeople and monastics while traveling in Singapore and India in 2000.
A presentation of the four noble truths from a Mahayana perspective, and a reminder of the importance of refuge and bodhicitta within the practice.
An explanation of the purpose and the types of Manjushri practices as well as answers to questions regarding the meditation on emptiness in the sadhana.
A description of how the Manjushri practice fits within the three vehicles, some historical perspective, and questions and answers regarding the sadhana.
Connecting with an inmate leads to offering precepts in an Ohio prison