How our motivation prepares our mind for a retreat with Chenrezig, the manifestation of the compassion of all the buddhas.
Archive | December, 2006
The mind at death, the nourishing of karma, and how renunciation and compassion are two sides of the same coin.
Ending the 12 links of dependent arising, correcting wrong views in how we perceive a person and self.
When the conception of “I” exists there is action, from action there is also birth, and this is the cause of cyclic existence.
Understanding unfamiliar concepts in the teaching: the mind, the self, and emptiness of the self.
How all beings arise from the conception of “I” and are enveloped with the conception of “my,” and the I-grasping mind creates karma.
The relationship between the self and the aggregates.
Avoiding the ten nonvirtues is the basis for practicing ethical conduct. How taking precepts in front of our teacher creates vast amounts of merit.
The source of suffering is due to our misconceptions in perceiving phenomena.
The importance of creating virtue with the proper motivation.