A discussion session covering externally existent things and perceptions.
Author Archive | Geshe Dorji Damdul
What the mind is according to Buddhism and neuroscience.
Combining the two techniques for cultivating bodhicitta and the benefits of cultivating bodhicitta.
A discussion session regarding uncompounded space, objects as reflections of mind, and cause and effect according to Chittamatra.
Equalizing and exchanging self and others and the seven-fold cause and effect relationship.
The benefits of generating bodhicitta and how emptiness and bodhicitta can support one another.
How ignorance, conceptualizations, afflictions and karma are linked and how to practice the understanding of emptiness in daily life.
The preciousness of study and meditation on emptiness and the gap between the objective reality and the subjective appearance.
The Chittamatra explanation of mind-basis-of-all, objects of knowledge according to Prasangika, and partless particles according to Vasubandhu.
The Chittamatra and the mind-basis-of-all and gross and subtle objects.