The types of beings to help and what help should we offer to them. Understanding anger and how to practice patience/fortitude when receiving harm.
Tag Archives | Sravasti Abbey
The vision behind Sravasti Abbey, the benefits of living the monastic life, and using community life as a means to deepen practice.
Discussion of the characteristics of far-reaching ethical conduct: abandoning destructive actions, engaging in constructive actions, benefiting others.
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.