The teachings for the advanced level practitioner begins with a commentary on Chandrakirti’s homage to great compassion.
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A steady, sustained Dharma practice through good and bad times is the fuel for spiritual growth. How meditating on compassion helps sustain daily practice.
A commentary on Chandrakirti’s text explaining three kinds of compassion, and how compassion is the seed, the water and the ripened harvest of Dharma practice.
The study programs in the Tibetan monasteries, which is very different from learning programs in the West.
The seven types of awareness according to the Sautantrika tenet school, and the four types of reliable cognizers according to the Prasangika tenet school.
The two truths, ultimate and veiled truths, and the four types of reliable cognizers according to Chandrakirti.
Contemplation points for the Gomchen Lamrim teaching series.
Geshe Yeshe Thabkhe teaches on verses refuting the true existence of the perceiving consciousness.
The meaning of loving kindness and compassion, and how we can practice them in daily life with a joyful mind.
Venerable Thubten Jampa reviews Chandrakirti’s “Homage to Great Compassion.”