Tag: Buddhist teachings

Lojong Slogan 48~Train without bias in all areas. It is crucial always to do this pervasively and wholeheartedly

This is part 48 of my series on Lojong, a Buddhist mind training practice. This slogan asks that we pay particular attention to our post-meditation practice. When we meditate in silence it is formless, it is more conceptual. When we take that which we…


Lojong Slogan 42 ~ Whichever of the two occurs, be patient

This is part 42 of my series on Lojong ~ A Buddhist mind training technique.   This slogan addresses the tendency we have to become more and less involved in our practice depending on what’s going on in our lives. We can find numerous…

Lojong 40 ~Correct All Wrongs With One Intention

This is part 40 of my series on Lojong– a Buddhist mind-training technique We encounter obstacles in our spiritual path all the time. Sometimes they’re external like being busy with work, family crisis, becoming ill or any number of things life throws our way….

Pema Chödrön's Message

Pema Chödrön, Bddhist nun and writer, did a message for her birthday on one of the lojong slogans: Drive all blames into one. She explains it in such easy to understand terms and teaches it in a way that allows us to use it…