Transforming the Poisons of the Mind – Vol. 4 | Jealousy
Vol.4 | Jealousy
Transforming the Poisons of the Mind
Lama Tsering Everest
Considered one of the worst poisons of the mind, jealousy is the combination of attachment, anger and pride, and causes very intense suffering. As an antidote, Buddha emphasized the importance of always cultivating joy and rejoicing in the happiness of others. In this teaching, Lama Tsering shows us how to use this principle to transform the negative and destructive habits of jealousy and envy into a great field of merit and wisdom.
“Transforming the Poisons of the Mind” are teachings that formed part of the “Lotus Petals” cycle delivered during the months of October and November 2003 at Chagdud Gonpa Odsal Ling in São Paulo.
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- Pure Motivation
- A Mixture of Poisons
- Correlation between the Poisons and Wisdom
- A Complex Situation
- The Antidote to Jealousy
- Considering Relationships in a New Way
- Cultivating Love
- Practicing Rejoicing
- Karma and its Fruits
- What really matters
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