The Sixty-seventh Gate
The power of wisdom is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we depart from the two extremes
Power of Wisdom :
great or marked ability to know what is...
The Sixty-sixth Gate
The power of balance is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we discontinue all thoughts.
Power of balance :
great or marked ability to maintain mental...
The Sixty-fifth Gate
The power of mindfulness is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we do not [blindly] go along with others.
Power of mindfulness :
great or marked...
The Sixty-fourth Gate
The power of effort is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we do not regress or stray.
Power of Effort :
great or marked ability to make an earnest...
The Sixty-third Gate
The power of belief is a gate of Dharma illumination; for it surpasses the power of demons.
Power of Belief :
great or marked ability to have confidence in the...
I find this perspective interesting but two issues arise for me.
Firstly, I think there a danger in assuming a "cool and practical
Isn't avoiding burnout or compassion fatigue one of the points of Upekkha? I wonder if there isn't a Pali or old text somewhere that says exactly the
Hello all. Thanks for this interesting discussion. I enjoyed the interview. There were a couple of thoughts that arose while listening.
Thank you, Jundo. As a highly sensitive person, I've spent my whole life struggling with this.
Whenever one takes responsibility for another person, that becomes dangerous and easy to become enmeshed in the drama. That's what boundaries are for