The Buddha used the examples of monkeys in Makkata Sutta to show what the improper postures to wander are and what the proper posture are.
Examining dharma like how a goldsmith examines gold
A teaching on anger management based on Glayse Ngulchu Thogme Zangpo’s lines from the thirty-seven verses on the practice of a bodhisattva.
Loving kindness is not merely an ethical principle, but an essential training of mind and the very key that opens the door to realizations. See what it means to cultivate a boundless heart of loving kindness. Also, learn how to meditate on loving kindness.
Whoever looks for me in form, whoever follows me as sound, Engaged in the mistaken endeavours, they do not see me. The Buddhas are seen as dharmata, the dharmakaya ofRead More…
A teaching based on Shantideva’s verse on the faults of anger and the austerity of patience – the first step towards cultivating patience and controlling anger
It is seen neither in the past Nor in the future. It does not enter the present, Remaining where it is. Do not use mind to look for mind, JustRead More…