Transforming the mind: teachings on generating compassion
Thorsons, 2000. máj. 1. - 168 oldal
The Nobel Peace Prize-winning author of two books currently on the bestseller lists shares for the first time the main source of his own inspiration. In his commentary on one of the most profound spiritual texts in Tibetan Buddhism, the Dalai Lama shows readers how to transform difficult situations into opportunities for spiritual growth. (World Religions)
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The way to examine how thoughts and emotions arise in us is through
introspection. It is quite natural for many different thoughts and emotions to arise.
Why this should be is, of course, a philosophical question. According to Buddhist
Happiness and suffering do not come from nowhere, they arise as a result of their
own causes and conditions. This very fact suggests that although, for example,
you may now be going through a painful experience, or even intense suffering, ...
Sometimes anger arises, sometimes hatred arises, and then they disappear. It is
not the case that whenever consciousness is present these negative emotions
are present as well. Anger and hatred do arise, but sometimes their opposites, ...
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