Part of a series of teachings by Geshe Jampa Tegchok on Nagarjuna’s A Precious Garland of Advice to a King given at Sravasti Abbey in 2006.
- The aggregates do not exist as they appear
- By abandoning the conception of “I”, the aggregates arise no more
- When we see a person it’s their aggregates that we are seeing
- When the conception of “I” exists there is action, from action there is also birth, and this is the cause of cyclic existence
08 Precious Garland with Geshe Jampa Tegchok (download)