How contemplating the four thoughts that turn the mind inspires Dharma practice. Recognizing the potential of our precious human rebirth.
Series: Turning the Mind to the Dharma (Singapore 2019)
A series of teachings on the four thoughts that turn the mind to the Dharma—impermanence, unsatisfactoriness, karma, and the preciousness of human rebirth.
Contemplating the eight worldly concerns helps to make good choices and see what to practice and what to abandon.
Reflecting on death helps to set priorities and let go of things that are not important.
How contemplating the ten innermost jewels of the Kadampa tradition helps to overcome the eight worldly concerns and transform the mind.
How we experience the results of karma in every moment and create karma for future experience in every moment. Also the different ways to look at impermanence.