Monthly Archives: December 2011

Instructions for a Retreat on Compassion

These instructions can be used for a 3 day, 3 week, or even 3 months retreat. We will be taking the 3 months of the worst part of winter to go through these teachings. At the very least, students can … Continue reading

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Anger really is like using Explosives

I’ve been thinking that Anger really IS like explosives. Explosives are not as precise as using a drill or a torch. With Explosives, most of the time, the damage and the hole that is created are bigger than they needed … Continue reading

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The goals along the Buddhist path

The Ultimate Goal of Dharma practice is the state of perfect Wisdom and Compassion, combined, that is known as Buddhahood. On the way to that goal, there are certain stages that we can pass through. As a practitioner, we accumulate … Continue reading

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