At the center of the Wheel of Life is what is called the Three Poisons: Greed, Hatred, and Delusions. These three poisons are often not only the root of our own suffering but if you look at the world they're prevalent there too. These three poisons are also what keep us in samsara, our cyclical rebirth. You are warmly invited to the Dharma transmission where we will talk about how we may utilize the Buddhas teachings to help us along our path to liberation.
Any society on the planet consists of thousands to millions of people. Each one on a different yet intersecting path as ours. And with each new encounter we introduce ourselves to many new and interesting ideas, behavior's, and concepts. As educational and exciting as these events may be some of the more flashy behaviors may introduce an element of confusion in our lives thus creating a fog within. Some are even harmful to others as well as ourself. You are warmly invited to join us this evening as I offer balanced and mindful ways to help maintain mental clarity and wholesome actions to continue to walk the Noble Path.
We often view ourselves as an individual, separate from others and the world we live in. This is not true. You exist in the world and the world exists in you without separation. To have a more peaceful and balanced existence with others we first must develop community within ourselves. You are warmly invited to sit with me as I transmit to you wonderful ways to develop, nurture, and strengthen the community you have within. While you're here we graciously ask that you please consider liking this video and subscribing to our channel.
In our society we often assume that someone is tough based on their physical strength when it comes to fighting. But suppose I said that is not true. That is actually a weakness resulting from a fragile ego and that strength comes from mental development and discipline. You are warmly invited to listen to this transmission Considering Vulnerabilities As Strengths. Here we will explore several examples where we see what we once thought of as a strength is truly not.