Commentary on the seven-point cause and effect method to develop bodhicitta. Developing great compassion by reflecting on the three types of dukkha and karma.
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The fourth step in the seven-point cause and effect instruction for generating bodhicitta. Guided metta meditation on opening the heart to diversity.
A review of the three, eight, and six types of dukkha of beings in cyclic existence. Guided meditation on the dukkha of the beings of the six realms.
The first three points of the seven-point cause-and-effect instruction for generating bodhicitta. Proving rebirth through reasoning.
The categories of friend, enemy and stranger come from our own mind. How to reflect to decrease bias toward others and develop an equal caring attitude.
The causes to create in order to develop bodhicitta, the altruistic intention. The importance of developing equanimity to lay the foundation for bodhicitta.
By reflecting on it’s benefits we will be inspired to create the causes to develop the altruistic intention.
Continued commentary on Chandrakirti’s homage to great compassion, explaining three ways to observe sentient beings with compassion.
The teachings for the advanced level practitioner begins with a commentary on Chandrakirti’s homage to great compassion.
The 37 harmonies continued with explanation of the seven factors of enlightenment and the eightfold noble path. Practicing the eightfold path in daily life.