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Teaching on generating the sense of closeness with others and outlining the meditation to develop love and compassion
Teaching nine-point death meditation, from the section “Learning from Our Own Mortality” in Chapter 9.
Talking about heart-warming love and compassion and teaching on attachment to inherently existent things and their characteristics and on two extreme views.
Speaking on developing close relationships without attachment and teaching on the meaning of love and compassion and benefits of cherishing others.
Leading a meditation on equanimity and teaching on the the seven-point cause and effect method to generate bodhicitta.
Continuing teaching from Chapter 8 “The Essence of a Meaningful Life” covering eight worldly concerns and how they impede our Dharma practice.
Speaking on the benefits of meditation on impermanence and teaching on six root afflictions that act as the causes of cyclic existence.
Giving detailed instruction on how to meditate on one’s own death and reflecting on the defects of cyclic existence as an antidote to attachment.
Speaking on the benefits of study and reflection and going through the nine-point death meditation as an antidote to attachment to this life.