Venerable Thubten Lamsel reviews Chapters 6 and 7 of “Approaching the Buddhist Path”.
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Investigating our own experience to see the disadvantages of clinging attachment and develop love and compassion based on equanimity.
The practice of abandoning the distorted conceptions of the eight worldly concerns.
Beginning Chapter 12 “Working in the World,” covering the sections “Good Health and Dealing with Illness and Injury” and “Maintaining a Positive Attitude.”
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal leads a review of the section “Cultivating Love and Compassion” from Chapter 3.
Poetry from inside a state prison.
Continuing the teaching from Chapter 9, ‘Tools for the Path’, exploring the ideas of faith, purification and merit.
How thought transformation practices can be used to transform problems into something useful and beneficial.
How to benefit others according to our capacity, and commentary to the advice following the siksamana ordination.
Exploring the meaning of ethics and morality, its benefits, and how to cultivate and protect one’s ethical conduct.