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Venerable Thubten Samten leads a review of the Gomchen Lamrim sections on the five faults and eight antidotes in relation to attaining serenity.
Venerable Thubten Damcho reviews the nine stages of sustained attention, using the visual tool of a traditional Tibetan thangkha.
Venerable Thubten Tarpa reviews the teachings on serenity, focusing on what to take as your meditation object.
Teaching on flawed methods of meditating, the five faults, the six powers, the four types of attention, and how to know you’ve attained serenity.
Review of meditative stability and developing serenity (samatha) and insight (vipashyana).
Explaining how to progress from serenity to the jhanas, and describing the first four of the six supernormal powers.
Teaching on Maitreya’s nine stages of sustained attention, including the six powers and four types of attention.
Venerable Thubten Tarpa leads a review of meditative stabilization, focusing on the the six conditions necessary for developing serenity/calm abiding.
Teaching on the five faults to meditative stabilization and the eight antidotes to cultivate to oppose them.