Dharma practice is 24/7, not just when on the cushion. Everything you see, say to yourself, “no real.” Everyone you see in pain, on the inbreath, take their suffering. On the outbreath, give them love, and wisdom. Practice patience instead of anger. Be generous to everyone. Avoid harming anyone. Be diligent. Concentrate on reality. See yourself, your actions, and their objects like images in a dream. Nothing exists on its own.
Offer happiness and peace to all my mother
This awesome text on compassion written nearly 1300 years ago, called ‘8 Verses of Mind Training’ by the humble Samurai Spiritual Warrior Langri Thangpa.’ Verse 7 reads: “In short, may I directly and indirectly Offer […]
Sitting in meditation for 15 minutes or an hour each morning is important dharma practice. More important is the other 23+ hours of the day. Being aware of our inner world of thoughts and emotions […]