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.
Archive | June, 2018
Nicole Ackerman has been teaching science to Tibetan Buddhist monastics through the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative (ETSI), and is passionate about teaching
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal leads a review of definitions from the divisions of the selfless, up to the divisions of functioning things.
How the preconceptions in our own minds make us unpeaceful, and learning to control our own minds in order to be an example of peace.
Identifying the cause of our disharmony with others and ourselves and working constructively to overcome it.
The importance of serving others by practicing and preserving the Dharma, or in any other way that we can be of help to them.
The importance of learning to distinguish love from attachment so that we can share our love openly with all other beings.
Teaching on the relationship between the two truths.
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.