Looking at the six root afflictions—the causes of problems in this life and future lives.
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The remaining eight aspects of the third and fourth noble truths of true cessations and true paths.
An overview of the 16 aspects of the four noble truths, and the first eight points related to the first and second noble truths.
The three types of dukkha, and how having an awareness of all three is important to developing actual renunciation.
Looking at inappropriate attention and how it works in our mind, creating attachment and suffering.
Understanding dukkha helps us to cultivate the wish to be free from it.
A brief description of the four noble truths and why the Buddha taught them the way he did.
The truths of suffering and the causes of suffering, and cultivating a proper motivation for practicing the path that leads to the cessation of suffering.
A presentation of the four noble truths from a Mahayana perspective, and a reminder of the importance of refuge and bodhicitta within the practice.
An overview of the eightfold noble path as well as an in-depth look at right speech and right action.