The Heart of Dharma Collection

The Heart of Dharma Collection

Offered here, as a PDF document, is a compilation of precious Dharma teachings. To receive this magnificent collection of teachings, click Heart-of-Dharma Collection – Book. Topics covered are:

  • The Four Noble Truths and Noble Eightfold Path
  • Eight Verses for Training the Mind
  • Four Thoughts That Turn the Mind Toward Dharma
  • The Four Immeasurables: Sublime Qualities of True Love
  • Discourse On Loving-Kindness: Karaniya Metta Sutta
  • The Six Paramitas (Perfections)
  • Karma: The Possession That Follows Us Everywhere
  • All Embracing Compassion: The Heart-Practice of Tonglen
  • Transforming the Three Poisons: Greed, Hatred, and Delusion
  • Twenty-Seven Verses On Mind Training
  • Verses on the Faith Mind

For the above material, I am indebted to the work of Neil Steven Cohen and the SourcePoint Global Outreach. Neil has graciously and generously allowed me to use the information found at this link:

http://sourcepointglobaloutreach.org/what-we-offer/

If desired, the individual dharma teachings listed above may be downloaded separately at the link given.

SourcePoint Global Outreach is a nonprofit organization founded in 2001. Through their outreach projects, they are dedicated to serving the welfare and upliftment of their local and global community. They offer a variety of humanitarian services. They sponsor their own projects and also combine their efforts with other international organizations, implementing humanitarian projects to assist those in need around the world. Their projects can be viewed at http://sourcepointglobaloutreach.org/

During email exchanges with Neil Cohen at the end of 2012 and beginning of 2013, he kindly wrote: “Please download and save any of those teachings you want and place them onto any websites you wish. Those are pristine teachings, very easy to read.”

I responded by stating that I believed that his beautifully written teachings would definitely have a place on my website dealing with “Buddhist spirituality”. And, that it would be a pleasure to acknowledge his Outreach ministry in the process of using them.