Dharma practice is all about working on our negative emotions.
The Buddha said that the causes of suffering are klesha and karma. Klesha means the negative emotions. Those are basicly categorised into five groups of emotions: group of anger, hatred etc; of attachment, greed etc; of envy, jealousy etc; of arrogance, pride etc; and of the root klesha, ignorance – not understanding what you are and how everything is.
Broadly, there are three main methods for dealing with the klesha: abandoning, transforming, and understanding its nature.
Part 1: Introduction. The kleshas. The three methods. Abandoning.
Part 2: Transforming. The opposite of four of the kleshas is compassion.
Part 3: Understanding, or recognizing, the nature of negative emotions. Q&A.
Some of the topics discussed in Q&A of part 3: Three kayas. Dealing with fear. Energy of emotions.
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