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If You Truly Love Me, Don’t Create Me in Your Mind

  The kindest thing you can do to them whom you love is not to create them. Ajahn explains in Buddhist discipline how to truly connect with your loved ones.

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Metta: Near and Far Enemies

The practice of Metta is an exploration. How Metta is relevant in the unfolding of the Dharma? How the heart responds as we identify loving kindness.

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The Power of Lovingkindness

The practice of Metta makes the heart more responsive. You’ll be surprised you don’t even need to learn Metta in order to show the power of loving kindness.

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Loving Humanity and Melting the Ice

Anam Thubten teaches us to turn our attention into the world, to look into our heart. To love humanity and tells us to connect.

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Melting Into Love

Anam Thubten urges us to melt into love. Our mind is like water. Its nature is to flow and pristine, however, it is usually frozen due to anger or fear.

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Guided Heart Meditation

Anam Thubten leads the guided heart meditation, to remind the memories of the heart, compassion, and loving-kindness, and awaken the heart.

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Letting In The Love

James Baraz explains that the relations we have, our connections are channels of positive energies that make us feel alive. Letting in love is to give.

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Hatred Never Ceases by Hatred

Hatred does not cease from hatred; hatred ceases by love alone. This is an ancient and eternal law. James Baraz expounds how much we need love in the world.

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Metta For the Difficult

James Baraz leads us to understand the Metta for the difficult. When our realities don’t match with other’s, this causes hatred and confusion.

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Empathy: Its Nature, What Makes It Hard, and How to Develop It

Donald Rothberg talks about empathy: its nature, what makes it hard and how to develop it. Empathy is the ability to tune in to a person’s emotions, thinking, etc.

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