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It makes a big difference how we treat ourselves or others and with what motivation we do something. How to not get stuck in a legalistic view of karma.
Of the ten destructive actions, the three mental actions are the motivator for all the others. That is why it is good to recognize them.
An explanation of the karma related to our use of speech: lying, divisive speech, harsh words, and idle talk or gossip, and the four branches of actions.
Intention and motivation produce different results from our actions. Being honest with ourselves helps us to recognize the process.
An introduction to karma, what it is, what it is not, and how karma relates to science and other types of cause and effect.
Bringing the practice of refuge into our daily lives.
Having taken refuge, how to practice it by respecting the Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha.
We become Buddhists, establish the foundation for all further vows. Eliminate negative and accumulate positive karma.
Enlightenment is not a static state of mind, but rather a dynamic, transformative experience that changes the way we interact with the world.
A description of the Vinaya and the many instructions it contains on daily life, followed by thoughtful comments on full ordination for women.