Review session: Compassion, impermanence and emptiness

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A review of teachings by Geshe Yeshi Lhundrup. Geshe Yeshi Lhundup, a senior Dharma teacher at Drepung Loseling Monastery, teaches on Lama Tsongkhapa’s “Illumination of the Thought,” a commentary to Chandrakirti’s “Supplement to the Middle Way,” a classic Buddhist text on Middle Way philosophy and great compassion. Also available as a series.

  • Questons and answers
    • When meditating on compassion, what is the object of meditation?
    • Is the realization of emptiness integral to progress on the bodhisattva path?
    • Do emptiness and dependent arising manifest as the same?
    • What is the meaning of “one taste”?
    • What is meant by imprints or propensities?
    • Does your view change after realizing subtle impermanence?
    • What is the difference between freeing and protecting sentient beings?
    • The difference between the compassion of hearers and bodhisattvas
    • Misidentifying the object of negation
    • The meaning of similitudes of the path
07A "Illumination of the Thought" Review Session with Ven. Thubten Chodron 10-25-20

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