Podcast | Negligence and Misdeeds for Sagacity

This October 10th, 2022 Insight Timer live event addressed verse 50 of the Dhammapada as wisdom for potential clearing, activation and advancement:

Not the perversities of others, not their sins of commission or omission, but his own misdeeds and negligences should a sage take notice of

VERSE 50 OF THE DHAMMAPADA

Thanks to Ellen for the great comments prompting some spontaneous teachings of sorts. I initially recommend a related podcast called “Ghosted, Ignored, Canceled?”:



Some of the (other) topics touched on include:

  • he said / she said
  • getting upset
  • mistreatment
  • clinging
  • (perceived) expectations
  • what others think
  • dismissal
  • self-responsibility
  • connection
  • society
  • challenge
  • righteousness
  • control
  • change
  • imposing
  • advice
  • frustration
  • care
  • allowing others to live their lives
  • emotion charge
  • absorbing into other
  • pulling back
  • self-monitoring
  • energy
  • entanglement
  • expansion
  • healing
  • memory
  • behavior
  • self-pity
  • self-hatred
  • what’s needed now
  • comfort zone
  • existence and nonexistence
  • love
  • wisdom
  • neglect and abuse
  • desperation
  • giving one’s heart away
  • innocence
  • belonging
  • worry as fantasy
  • letting go of friends and making new friends
  • feeling alone
  • escape
  • interconnection
  • being in relationship to everything
  • pain
  • (experimentally) intending to be rejected
  • indifference
  • putting oneself in another’s shoes
  • empathy
  • victimization
  • aspiring to sagehood even if not practical
  • seeing fruits of skillfulness
  • review and hindsight of meditation practice
  • negligence in meditation
  • amplification
  • vulnerability
  • opening the heart


Published by josh dippold

IntegratingPresence.com

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