Answers to questions about tenet school views about Buddha nature, emptiness, abstract composites and others.
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How the Buddhist tenet schools view the basis and potential for spiritual attainment.
Review of what the different tenet schools posit to be the root of cyclic existence, and answers to questions on karma, and the levels of dependent origination.
Venerable Thubten Lamsel reviews Chapters 6 and 7 of “Approaching the Buddhist Path”.
Venerable Thubten Jampa reviews the sections in Chapter 3 covering mental states and situations that are difficult and explores methods work though them.
Study guide to the book Open Heart, Clear Mind, a foundational and profound introduction to the Buddha’s teachings.
Teaching Chapter Five, on the section “Four Buddha Bodies” that gives an expansive vision of what it means to be Buddha.
Nirvana is not a place but a state of mind attained by internal transformation. The fact that we have buddha nature allows us to go from samsara to nirvana.
Every topic in Buddhism is related to the mind. A look at the nature of the mind including it’s conventional and ultimate natures.
An incarcerated person expresses his gratitude for having met the Dharma.