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Nicole Ackerman has been teaching science to Tibetan Buddhist monastics through the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative (ETSI), and is passionate about teaching
Teaching on the relationship between the two truths.
May 15: Publication of Volume 2 of The Library of Wisdom and Compassion
A quick guide to getting started with using ThubtenChodron.org.
Wrong conceptions lie at the root of many of the problems we encounter in dealing with others. Here we examine how to use logic to counteract such thoughts.
A nun visits a correctional facility for the first time in order to participate in a Buddha Day ceremony.
How our Dharma practice can help us with our tendency to classify sentient beings into three boxes: Friends, Enemies, and Strangers.
By Venerable Thubten Tarpa on Jun 29, 2018 in Gomchen Lamrim (Friday teachings), Stages of the Path to Awakening with Thubten Chodron
Venerable Thubten Tarpa leads a review of the four point analysis meditation on emptiness, with focus on the first point of identifying the object of negation.
By Venerable Tenzin Tsepal on Jun 28, 2018 in Study Buddhist Treatises with Thubten Chodron, The Course in Buddhist Reasoning and Debate
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal leads a review of definitions from the divisions of the selfless, up to the divisions of functioning things.
By Venerable Thubten Chodron on Jun 21, 2018 in Study Buddhist Treatises with Thubten Chodron, The Course in Buddhist Reasoning and Debate
Beginning to teach on the divisions of “Functioning Things,” as part of Chapter 11: “Basic Buddhist Ontology 2.”
Kurushimi means suffering or hardship. By recognizing the suffering of others, we understand their truths and generate compassion toward all sentient beings.
How Sravasti Abbey found a home in rural Washington and the purpose of a Buddhist monastery. Reading and commentary from “Approaching the Buddhist Path”.
By Venerable Thubten Chodron on Jun 15, 2018 in Gomchen Lamrim (Friday teachings), Stages of the Path to Awakening with Thubten Chodron
Continuing to teach on emptiness, introducing the division of “real” and “unreal.”
By Venerable Thubten Chodron on Jun 14, 2018 in Study Buddhist Treatises with Thubten Chodron, The Course in Buddhist Reasoning and Debate
Exploring what “bad” means through a syllogism, and teaches on the category of “non-existents.”