When we run around in our normal daily lives, much goes under the radar. It is very helpful to spend some time quietly away from the hustle and bustle. Taking a walk in nature or just staying quiet and “unplugged” at home. Then with courage really look at your stuff. See all the competitiveness and jealously that has been disguised and ignored. Recognize these disturbing attitudes and make a sincere attempt to change them. This is the real practice of dharma, of changing our minds and our hearts to become more loving and compassionate towards others.
Mar. 23 Sat. – 24 Sun, 2019 Meditation Retreat “Inner Disarmament: Change Your Life Through Meditation” Message from Dr. Barry Kerzin The world around us is chaotic and stressful. In order to cope with these […]
Please remember the ‘8 Verses of Training the Mind (in compassion)’ is meant to be lifelong study and practice. The last verse is particularly tough all about the Buddhist wisdom of reality not being what […]
Study, meditation, and practice are important, but we must put this in action. Engaged Buddhism is the most important. The Buddha after 35 years of “showing” (according to Mahayana tradition Shakyamuni Buddha was already enlightened […]