Sunday Discussions with Acharya Tashi

Sunday discussions with Acharya Tashi return, focusing on Gampopa Sönam Rinchen’s classic text, The Jewel Ornament of Liberation. 

This text is a spiritual and literary treasure of Tibetan Buddhism and of the Kagyü lineage in particular. It lays out the step-by-step path to buddhahood that is open to us all.

Acharya Tasha’s teachings follow the weekly Sunday open meditations, Nov. 10 through Dec. 22.  (No sessions on Sangha Days, Nov. 17 and Dec. 15.)

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Paramita of the Month: Joyful Diligence

The paramita for April is joyful diligence, sometimes referred to as exertion. This fourth paramita is about setting aside our egoic instincts and needs, experiencing a true, selfless bodhisattva joy when we engage in positive actions without any expectations or a need for self-satisfaction.

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Paramita of the Month: Patience

Patience isn’t the opposite of impatience as one might think. It is the opposite of anger, aggression. As our teachers often remind us, a moment of anger wipes out tonnes of merit.

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