One of the Four Immeasurable Qualities is ‘Joy‘. In the Tibetan language, it is ‘Gawa‘. Gawa is the practice and aspiration that all beings have the experience of joy and happiness and have the causes for joy and happiness. This includes the practice of feeling joy for the success of others rather than jealousy or competition. The practitioner feels for their success and cultivates the wish that the success and accomplishments of others will continually increase. The practitioner also practices the intention that all actions arising from one’s body, speech and mind will support the joy and happiness of all beings that one encounters either directly or indirectly.
- Anniversary of The Saint Gongdzö Ritro Chenpo Rinpoche
- Advice for Spiritual Practitioners from the Renowned 8th Century Master, Drenpa Namkha
- Bringing Experiences Outside of Meditation to the Spiritual Path
- The Importance of Mindful Speech
- Ripening the Mind-stream with the Practice of Realizing Impermanence
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