36 Three Objects: Three Poisons: Three Roots of Virtue

23 Sep 2013

Alan explains equanimity and how we can use this Lo Jong text to transform each moment of our waking life into Dharma practice. He gives practical examples of how we can confront the afflictions of attachment, aversion and ignorance in our own minds recognising that they begin with us. He shows us how to use the combination of mindfulness and introspection relating this to our practice of Tonglen.

Question: What are imprints and how are they different to tendencies?

Meditation starts directly at the beginning of this session.

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