All My Karma

Sallie Jiko Tisdale

Sallie Jiko Tisdale

Many of us carry burdens of regret, guilt or shame about past events. When we recite the confession verse, what does it mean to acknowledge “All my past and harmful karma”? How can we take responsibility for all of it? What is mine? This talk explored the different ways we experience repentance and atonement in Buddhist practice, and how we can work with painful feelings of remorse.

This talk was given on Sunday, March 30. Listen to this talk.

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