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Inattentive perceptions, doubt, and wrong consciousnesses

Inattentive perceptions, doubt, and wrong consciousnesses

As a supplement to the topic of Buddhist debate, Venerable Sangye Khadro teaches on the seven kinds of awarenesses in lorig (study of mind and mental factors).

  • Understanding awareness to which the object appears but is not ascertained
  • Review of “to realize” and differentiating between mistaken and wrong
  • Three types of inattentive perceptions and appearing versus engaged objects
  • The definition and three types of doubt
  • Examples and divisions of wrong consciousnesses

Inattentive Perceptions, Doubt & Wrong Consciousnesses with Ven. Sangye Khadro (download)

The handout for the previous teaching can be viewed here.The handout for this teaching can be viewed here.

Venerable Sangye Khadro

California-born, Venerable Sangye Khadro ordained as a Buddhist nun at Kopan Monastery in 1974, and is a longtime friend and colleague of Abbey founder Ven. Thubten Chodron. Ven. Sangye Khadro took the full (bhikshuni) ordination in 1988. While studying at Nalanda Monastery in France in the 1980s, she helped to start the Dorje Pamo Nunnery, along with Venerable Chodron. Venerable Sangye Khadro has studied Buddhism with many great masters including Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Lama Yeshe, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Geshe Ngawang Dhargyey, and Khensur Jampa Tegchok. She began teaching in 1979 and was a resident teacher at Amitabha Buddhist Centre in Singapore for 11 years. She has been resident teacher at the FPMT centre in Denmark since 2016, and from 2008-2015, she followed the Masters Program at the Lama Tsong Khapa Institute in Italy. Venerable Sangye Khadro has authored several books, including the best-selling How to Meditate, now in its 17th printing, which has been translated into eight languages. She has taught at Sravasti Abbey since 2017 and is now a full-time resident.

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