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Way of the Bodhisattva

Joyful Effort

Tenzin Norbu | Posted 03.19.2013 | Healthy Living
Tenzin Norbu

By being mindful of what you are thinking or doing and alert to whether it is non-virtuous and/or meaningless, you can learn to quickly recognize when you have fallen into the trap of acting non-virtuously out of habit and ignorance.

Cultivating the Pefection of Wisdom

Tenzin Norbu | Posted 03.11.2013 | Healthy Living
Tenzin Norbu

Wisdom is the Bodhisattva perfection that brings true and lasting happiness as well as the end of all suffering. With the attainment of this virtue, a Bodhisattva becomes a fully-enlightened being. He or she knows, from experience, the complete path to enlightenment.

Regret vs. Remorse

Tenzin Norbu | Posted 02.25.2013 | Healthy Living
Tenzin Norbu

No one is bad and sinful by nature; rather, we are projecting these characteristics onto the objects we are viewing in this way. Both non-virtuous and virtuous actions arise because of the way we view things, and we have the ability to eliminate ignorant views and replace them with "right view."

The Bodhisattva's Mind Training Meditation

Tenzin Norbu | Posted 12.17.2012 | Religion
Tenzin Norbu

In all three types of meditation used in a lojong practice, mindfulness and alertness are coordinated during a meditation session, and the results of meditation are integrated into a Bodhisattva's activities outside of meditation.

The Way Of The Bodhisattva

C. Clinton Sidle | Posted 05.30.2011 | Religion
C. Clinton Sidle

"All the suffering in the world comes from seeking pleasure for oneself. All the happiness in the world comes from seeking pleasure for others." That, I believe, captures the essence of this.