Episode 13: In the final teaching of the series, Anne Klein/Lama Rigzin Drolma begins by reflecting on our habits of judgment and reactivity–the very things that obstruct equanimity–and how we can begin to notice our own contributions to our reactions. She closes the teaching and the series by encouraging us to keep dissolving our reaction […]
Episode 12: In this meditation, Anne Klein/Lama Rigzin Drolma begins by guiding us to settle into the moment and into the body, then asks us to cultivate curiosity instead of judgment. We feel what it’s like to aspire to greater equanimity, and Anne closes the meditation by using the sacred syllable OM to bring the […]
Episode 11: Dawn Mountain students ask Harvey some of the tough questions about equanimity, including how to cultivate it in relationships with harmful or toxic people. Harvey also discusses reification, its definition and how it undermines equanimity.
Episode 10: In this teaching, Harvey Aronson/Lama Namgyal Dorje begins by introducing Tsongkhapa’s seven cause and effect precepts and the ways we actively cultivate love and compassion for all beings, which is very different from trying to remain emotionally indifferent to all beings. We want to have a crisp, vivid engagement with others, not a […]