The ultimate nature being unknowable by the mind, versus arguments that it is possible to understand the ultimate nature through reasoned logic.
Archive | July, 2015
What it means for objects to be mere imputations by thought.
Tsongkhapa’s interpretation of the Prasangika view, and what it means to say that objects are mere imputations by thought.
The importance of understanding emptiness correctly and how it relates to cultivating compassion.
Overcoming low self-esteem and self-criticism to realize our full potential.
Practicing now so that giving up our body, wealth, and friends at the time of death will not be a difficult and painful experience.
Cutting the cord of attachment and aversion so that we can be free from petty concerns at the time of death.
The varṣa skandhaka deals with the annual rains retreat for monastics and the rules to be observed during this period.
Ser auténticos y actuar con una motivación genuinamente bondadosa nos hace sentir mucho más felices y satisfechos con nosotros mismos.
The conclusion of the teaching series with a broad overview of all the stages of the path. How to bring the overview of the lamrim into your practice.