Covering the first two consciousnesses: wrong consciousness and uncertain consciousness learning toward believing something that is not factual.
Author Archive | Venerable Thubten Chodron
How we should be fearful of our afflictions and polluted karma, not other people.
How when afflictions arise, we often don’t discern them as harmful.
Becoming our own friend means treating ourselves with kindness, respect and compassion; celebrating our successes while working to improve.
Finishing teaching the virtuous mental factors, and then covering the root afflictions, auxiliary afflictions, and ariable mental factors.
The 51 mental factors, covering the five object-ascertaining and 11 virtuous mental factors.
The various aspects that compose the body and mind: the twelve sources and eighteen constituents, and the five omnipresent mental factors.
A discussion about meditation and syllogisms, and begins Chapter 3 outlining the Buddhist classification of phenomena.
The relationship between our thinking patterns and types of cognizers, and how inferential reliable cognizers relate to meditation.
Three kinds of doubt, the Prasangika view of reliable cognizers, and how to know when we have a correct reason and reliable cognizer.