Covering Verses 26-32 of Chapter 6, presenting Buddhist refutations of a primal substance and the belief in an independent self
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Continuing the teachings from Chapter 4, explaining the relationship between three types of feelings and afflictions and ethical dimension of afflictions.
Teaching from Chapter 3, describing the auxiliary afflictions from the Pali tradition.
Reflexionar sobre la bondad de quienes nos proporcionan la comida nos ayuda a generar gratitud al igual que el deseo de practicar el Dharma.
An explanation of the first two of the seven types of mind – direct perceivers and inferential cognizers.
Guided visualization meditation to bring out our positive qualities and build confidence in them.
Covering Verses 74-79 of Chapter 5, discussing the transformative practice of rejoicing in others’ qualities, and speaking and acting in ways that others enjoy
Teaching from Chapter 3, describing the view of a personal identity covering the coarse and subtle grasping.
Cómo crear armonía y felicidad con nuestras palabras.
Continuing Chapter 2, describing different realms where beings are reborn, causes for the rebirth and characteristics of the beings in different realms.