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Geshe Lhundup Sopa

Geshe Lhundup Sopa is a brilliant scholar and well-loved teacher. Born in 1923, he is one of the last surviving Tibetan teachers originally educated in Tibet prior to 1959. His Holiness the Dalai Lama sent Geshe Sopa to the U.S. in 1962 and he has remained ever since. He is the founder and resident teacher of Deer Park Buddhist Center and Evam Monastery in Madison, Wisconsin. He has also been a professor of Buddhist Studies at the University of Wisconsin for over 30 years. (Bio by Sravasti Abbey)

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Teachings by Geshe Sopa

Chapter 6: Verses 31-45

Contemplating precious human life and the third kind of patience—the patience of not retaliating

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Teachings by Geshe Sopa

Chapter 6: Verses 22-31

Grasping at a self that doesn't exist; one's own egotistic view is one's real enemy.

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Teachings by Geshe Sopa

Chapter 6: Verses 8-21

An explanation of anger as an enemy and the special quality of patience. Teaching the…

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Teachings by Geshe Sopa

Chapter 6: Verses 1-7

A teaching on the harmfulness of anger and hatred; tracing the arising of anger.

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