Explaining the various responses a defender can give to the challenger in a debate, and demonstrating how to ‘spell out your answers.’
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Continuing Chapter 8 “A Systematic Approach,” covering the sections “The Four Truths and Three Levels of Practitioners” and “More Than One Approach.”
Beginning Chapter 8 “A Systematic Approach” and covering the section “Paths for Spiritual Development” explaining the outline of the lamrim teachings.
Reading from “The Defender’s Answers” in Chapter 23 “Procedures in Debate,” covering the four kinds of answers a defender can give to a challenger’s statements
How we can use our imagination to develop compassion and other positive qualities.
Continuing the commentary on verses 7 and 8 of the Eight Verses of Thought Transformation by Geshe Langri Tangpa in Chapter 6
Continuing commentary on verses 3-6 of the Eight Verses of Thought Transformation by Geshe Langri Tangpa in Chapter 6.
The six harmonies help people come together to create a spiritual community with the conditions conducive to spiritual practice.
A commentary on verses from Chandrakirti’s “Supplement to the Middle Way” explaining three kinds of compassion for sentient beings.
The workings of karma including what karma ripens first, definite and indefinite karma, when karma ripens, projecting and completing karma, and purification.