We encounter numerous situations each day, through our own personal actions and thoughts, our interactions with our families and friends, and the way we relate to strangers. If we can practice compassion during times when other people are challenging our patience or testing us,  we have the power to make a difference in both our own and someone else’s day. The four guided meditations below provide techniques to strengthen and grow these positive qualities in your own heart and in the hearts of others. Compassion is wishing others and ourselves to be free of suffering, free from all painful, unwanted, unsatisfactory experiences.
Rejoicing is a way to delight in and celebrate the many positive qualities and activities of both yourself and others.
For love and compassion to take root and grow, it is essential to cultivate joyous enthusiasm for developing these qualities. Venerable Sangye Khadro has been a Tibetan Buddhist nun since 1974 and her teachers include Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Lama Thubten Yeshe, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Wishing everyone to be free of suffering and pain and compassion for all sentient beings today and every day. Yes, that is always my imrsopsien of the Dalai Lama and his emissaries Pete, there is a certain sameness about them and I think that that is it.
It acknowledges that everyone wants to be free of suffering, deserves to be free, and has the capacity to be free.

Simple yet quite powerful in its effects, this meditation composed by Venerable Gyalten Palmo joyfully opens our hearts and counteracts any feelings of jealousy by increasing our positive connections with others. This meditation on joyous effort written by Venerable Angie Muir can inspire us to make our lives meaningful and be of benefit to others through all our thoughts and actions. Venerable Angie went to Nepal in 1995 to begin her formal studies in Buddhism at the FPMT’s Kopan Monastery, and has served in FPMT centers in India, the United Kingdom and the USA. She has received  teachings from His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Lama Zopa Rinpoche and many other excellent Tibetan and Western teachers, and her main teachers are Ribur Rinpoche and Geshe Ngawang Dakpa. But unlike the fitness of our bodies which have a limit, these qualities can be developed immeasurably.
Sangye Khadro began teaching in 1979 while living in England, and since then has taught in many countries around the world, most recently at Amitabha Buddhist Centre in Singapore for 11 years.
But if that person reacts with compassion, sensitivity, and gives us a positive message, often it can change the course of our thinking.
Another kind of happiness comes from positive states of mind such as love, compassion, faith, contentment and so forth. These experiences help open our hearts with empathy and the wish to help others to be free of such experiences.
Venerable Sangye Khadro composed this meditation on loving-kindness as an aid to enhance and expand this wish for a deeper, more lasting form of happiness for ourselves and others.

This meditation by Venerable Sangye Khadro provides a method to cultivate a deep compassionate wish to help all beings be free from suffering. If you ever suffer from anxiety or depression, do this: Be outrageously kind and compassion to someone.
PREVIOUSNEXT Karuna meditation for compassionYou can boost your levels of compassion by practicing Karuna meditation. Be mindful of all that is happening within.9) Compassion is a feeling, and a feeling is an energy. The more you meditate on the energy of compassion, the more that energy will grow inside of you, making you more and more compassionate, developing your levels of Karuna one step at a time.
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