Explaining the various responses a defender can give to the challenger in a debate, and demonstrating how to ‘spell out your answers.’
Archive | August, 2019
How to benefit others according to our capacity, and commentary to the advice following the siksamana ordination.
Exploring the meaning of ethics and morality, its benefits, and how to cultivate and protect one’s ethical conduct.
Equanimity, a mind free from bias and indifference, is important in order to have the kind of love and compassion that extends to all beings equally.
Commentary to further advice from the preceptor, including the final instruction from the preceptor.
Continuing Chapter 8 “A Systematic Approach,” covering the sections “Value of the Stages of the Path” and “Two Aims and Four Reliances.”
The five virtues a monastic should possess, and commentary to the ten numerical lists.
Venerable Sangye Khadro continues teaching on the first root affliction of attachment and moves onto the second root affliction of anger.
Commentary to advice from the preceptor and qualities that make someone a worthy recipient of offerings.