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Dharma Talk

Dharma Teacher Fred Eppsteiner

Essential Mind Practices of  a Bodhisattva

April 28, 2019 

In this series of talks, Dharma teacher Fred Eppsteiner comments on a number of the slogans offered in “The Seven Points of Mind Training,” a venerated text well known for its pithy sayings that help us apply the full breadth of the Buddha’s Mahayana teachings to daily life. These slogans, or mind trainings, focus on how the Unconditioned Awakened Mind can beneficially manifest in the life of ordinary beings in order to give rise to loving-kindness, compassion, and understanding in all the activities of our lives. The transformation of seemingly adverse situations into the path of awakening is a unique focus of these mind trainings. Fred helps us understand how the teachings and practices presented in this text can be applied in our lives and how we can use whatever is occurring in our lives to fuel our transformation. In this talk, Fred focuses on two of these slogans. "Drive all blames into one," and "Be grateful to everyone."

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