Commentary on thought transformation verses that look at attachment and anger from the viewpoint of emptiness.
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The way phenomena appear to us is dependent on our mind. A look at how our mind projects qualities and independent existence onto objects and persons.
Reviewing Chapter 1, discussing the four seals, three types of dukkha and emptiness.
Further explanation why Hearers and Solitary Realizers realize the emptiness of inherent existence and the reasonings supporting this position.
How bodhisattvas outshine hearers and solitary realizers in intelligence and beginning the section on how hearers and solitary realizers realize selflessness.
Answers to questions about tenet school views about Buddha nature, emptiness, abstract composites and others.
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.
A presentation on different views of emptiness, dependent origination, and the root of suffering across the four Buddhist philosophical schools.
Answers to questions on the mind and afflictions, tenet school assertions, differences between the Madhyamaka and Cittamatra views and more.