Working with the breath: observing the breath without altering it, or altering the breath to make it more comfortable or move energy. Discussion of the beginning of the ānāpānasati practice emphasizing intentional long and short breaths, and breathing with the whole body.
The Buddha said our suffering is caused by three activities of mind: greed, hatred, and delusion. And he said that the source of all happiness is rooted in their opposites: non-greed, non-hatred, non-delusion. This talk explains how our practice transforms that suffering into the true happiness.