Covering Chapter 5 Verses 100-109, discussing the advice to dedicate our merits for the welfare of all sentient beings and to put the teachings into practice
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Covering Verses 91-100 of Chapter 5, discussing advice on manners, namely actions such as spitting, eating, using the bathroom, and giving directions
Discussing how to skillfully give our body and the Dharma for the benefit of ourselves and others in the commentary to Verses 84-90 of Chapter 5
Discussing ways to think, speak and act in order to joyfully create virtue in the commentary to Verses 79 – 84 of Chapter 5
Covering Verses 74-79 of Chapter 5, discussing the transformative practice of rejoicing in others’ qualities, and speaking and acting in ways that others enjoy
Teaching from Chapter 3, describing the last four afflictive views and how the afflictive views impede spiritual practice.
Covering Verses 71 – 75 of Chapter 5, discussing practical advice about how to do daily activities in a way that is pleasing and beneficial to others
How the two types of buddha nature are the basis for change and awakening. The opening verses on the analogy of peacocks and bodhisattvas.
How to create the causes for happiness by changing our perspective and actions.
The meaning of karma, its four principles, three branches, and three kinds of results. How understanding karma helps to understand our experience.