Tag Archives: interdependence

I and the other

When we perceive any object (for example, a tree), how do we come to recognize it? If we cannot distinguish the tree from its setting (the background), we cannot recognize it at all. Therefore, our recognition of the tree requires … Continue reading

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Managing Afflicted Emotions

When we experience afflicted emotions, we can manage them in one or more of the following ways, according to our innate tendencies, capacity, and level of spiritual development. Whenever there is doubt as to which may be appropriate, apply renunciation … Continue reading

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Right view

Right view is vast and deep, allowing us to perceive individuals, objects, and situations in relation to their causes and effects, in the context of their interdependence with all other phenomena.   Right view is most suitably described as direct knowing, … Continue reading

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