Review session: Coarse and subtle selflessness

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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.

  • Why it’s necessary for hearers and solitary realizers to realize the emptiness of inherent existence
  • The order of realization of emptiness of the self and the aggregates
  • Acquired and innate self-grasping
  • The realization of coarse and subtle selflessness
  • Common and uncommon afflictive emotions
  • The paths of grossness and peacefulness
  • Coarse and subtle forms of the four truths
11A "Illumination of the Thought" Review Session with Ven. Sangye Khadro 10-29-20

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