Discussion of the characteristics of far-reaching ethical conduct: abandoning destructive actions, engaging in constructive actions, benefiting others.
Tag Archives | Sravasti Abbey
An interview concerning a new type of relationship between Buddhist teacher and student in the West.
The birth of Sravasti Abbey, the first Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the U.S.
Living in community with mindfulness: a long-term vision to prepare the monastery for future generations of monastics.
The temporary goal of a monastic is to create a community that facilitates practice, so that everybody can progress on the path to enlightenment.
The evolution of monasticism in the Buddhist tradition.
Ways to overcome low self-esteem and release self-destructive behavior.
Recognizing our interdependence with others and how keeping good ethical conduct can help us to make wise decisions.
Understanding how the mind of anger operates, and how to counteract it as it arises.
Becoming aware of attachment and ways to develop a realistic perspective on ourselves and our relationships.