Teachings


In this video, Grandmaster JinBodhi talked about the keys to Buddhist practice: firm belief in causality, cultivation of sincerity and compassion, ease and joy, and extraordinary dharma to achieve quick accomplishment in practice.
In this video, Grandmaster JinBodhi gives a concise, clear teaching on the concept of compassion. We wish that all karmic-bonded sentient beings who watch this video understand that compassion is the foundation of ending sufferings and obtaining happiness; it is also the foundation of practicing Buddhadharma.
This is a global-webcast dharma teaching by Grandmaster JinBodhi which took place on December 5, 2010. He speaks about the three categories of life achievements: ordinary, heroic and enlightened life achievements. Buddhadharma leads us to enlightenment. If we persevere, life can be changed for the better. As long as we have aspiration and abilities, we are successful.
Grandmaster JinBodhi explains the purpose of learning Buddhadharma in a lighthearted and humorous talk. He uses simple yet profound examples to expound the path of Buddhadharma, where practice in this life leads to achievement in this life.
Grandmaster JinBodhi expounded, in simple yet profound language, the truth on how to apply the wisdom of Buddhadharma to our life.
Calling With Sincerity: Do you feel sincere now? (Yes.) Imagine that every cell of your body is truly sincere. (Yes.) They are all sincere. (Yes.) I am most compassionate. (I am most compassionate.) I am most sincere. (I am most sincere.) I am the happiest. (I am the happiest.) I am the healthiest. (I am the healthiest.) I am the happiest. (I am the happiest.) I conquer the world with compassion.…
How Wonderful to Be Compassionate:  If you raise your hands to face mine, you will feel warmth transmitted from my hands. There is light here, the warmth from the light, and the Buddha light. I hope the light in my hands is being transmitted to yours so that you may feel the warmth of compassion. Let our pain be gone. The diseases that cause pain will also follow my instructions, because I am a …
How can we minimize afflictions? Have a compassionate heart, let go. Facing ourselves, our children and things in our life and at work, a rethink is necessary. Never Laugh At Stammering People In Canada, there was a child. When asked about his name, he would stutter, “m, m, my surname is Li.” This stammering kid, was noticed by a principal of a specialty school who declared he was su…
You Are Marvelous Today, we’re here to learn Buddhadharma. The youngsters with wisdom and foundation will remember: The more we give, the more we receive. Do not learn to steal, scheme or blame; that’s shameful. That’s not what you want to be. You are all marvelous people! You have great wisdom, otherwise you won’t meet me. (Received.) Have a splendid life, not a shameful …
Do Not Belittle an Ideal or Dream: Even if a dream has an element of self-deception, it can motivate us to move forward happily and bravely. The Buddha once led his disciples to believe that a big city was before them. The city, he said, was filled with beautiful women and everything was free for the taking. This method of motivation may have been somewhat coarse, but the Buddha used it to spur h…