How great compassion is what makes three jewels unique and objects of refuge.
Archive | September, 2008
Beliefs within the Vaibashika, Sautrantika, and Mind-only schools.
Three types of compassion and examples of bucket in a well for comparing cyclic existence.
How to examine our mind closely so we understand what to take responsibility for and counteract self cherishing attitude.
Discussion on the characteristics of great compassion.
The six practices to do to prepare the body and mind and create a conducive environment for the first meditation session of the day.
Objects of observation, possibility of omniscience, subtle mind and energy, and how ethical conduct is the foundation of the path.
Selflessness in the Sautrantika school, meditating on topics other than emptiness, two ultimate goals, and how to attain nirvana and a favorable samsara.
How all functioning things have parts, same and different entities, the gap between reality and appearance, and deceptive modes of existence.
How meditating on precious human life results in constant awareness of how fortunate we are, and is a very good antidote to depression.