Teachings explaining the difficulty of understanding emptiness and why emptiness should not be feared.
Archive | August, 2016
Teachings on how to prove the Buddha’s omniscience based on reasoning and experience.
Geshe Thabkhe answers questions on subtle impermanence, emptiness, and continues teachings on refuting the wrong views.
Teachings on refuting the wrong views start with explaining the qualities of a proper Dharma student and 16 attributes of four noble truths.
Teachings on refutation of substantially existent duration and on impermanence.
Refutation of lower Buddhist schools’ view of permanent future phenomena.
Does time exist substantially? How do past, present, and future really exist?
A Dharma student realizes that his attachments are the cause of his suffering.
Does selflessness mean nonexistence? How to avoid the two extremes of nihilism and eternalism and find the Middle way?
Geshe Yeshe Thabke continues to challenge our instinctive view of the self as permanent and independent.