“True compassion is not just an emotional response but a firm commitment founded on reason. Therefore, a truly compassionate attitude towards others does not change even if they behave negatively. Through universal altruism, you develop a feeling of responsibility for others: the wish to help them actively overcome their problems.” These words of wisdom and compassion are spoken by the living embodiment of wisdom and compassion, HH Dalai Lama.
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 […]
The second type of meditation is contemplative or analytical meditation. In this type of meditation we think about a certain topic like impermanence, compassion, or wisdom (shunyata). When we get some feeling, understanding, or an […]
Compassion is often misunderstood. We don’t have a good English word for ‘nyingje’ in Tibetan, or ‘karuṇā’ in Sanskrit. In addition to ‘wishing and acting to relieve suffering,’ compassion is nourished by wisdom. It is […]