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.
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.
The tenet system as a ladder of philosophical maturation. How each of the tenet schools identifies the person in relation to the aggregates.
Continuing the commentary on Chapter 2, Verses 42-57: covering generating regret for negativities and seeking protection in the Buddhas and bodhisattvas.
Explaining the ten non-virtues, covering idle talk, and the three non-virtues of mind: covetousness, malice and wrong views.
Teaching on understanding emptiness and training in methods to eradicate afflictive emotions and attain liberation and full awakening
Talking about heart-warming love and compassion and teaching on attachment to inherently existent things and their characteristics and on two extreme views.