Talking about heart-warming love and compassion and teaching on attachment to inherently existent things and their characteristics and on two extreme views.
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Teaching from Chapter 6 of the book “The Foundation of Buddhist Practice”, covering the interrelationship of the Lamrim topics.
Exploring how meditation on emptiness and bodhicitta provides a way to let go of our biases, prejudices, and restrictive self-identities.
Exploring ultimate and conventional truths and teaching on how to avoid the two extremes of absolutism and nihilism.
Continuing Chapter 8 “A Systematic Approach,” covering the sections “The Four Truths and Three Levels of Practitioners” and “More Than One Approach.”
Continuing the commentary on verses 7 and 8 of the Eight Verses of Thought Transformation by Geshe Langri Tangpa in Chapter 6
Explanation of the last three of the four seals and how contemplating them results in a change of perspective.
Explanation of Nagarjuna’s twenty-verse prayer to do daily.
A reading and commentary from the book “Practical Ethics and Profound Emptiness.”
Covering the sections “Dependent Arising and the Three Jewels” and “The Possibility of Ending Duhkha.”