Commentary on verses from Shanitdeva on the benefits of subduing distractions to meditation including attachment to friends, relatives and the body.
Explanation of the two truths according to the Prasangika tenet school.
Continuing teaching from Chapter 11, covering natural nirvana and nirvana with remainder and nirvana without remainder
Commentary on verses by Shantideva covering antidotes for attachment to the body, friends, and relatives.
Introduction to Prasangika tenet school including origin, etymology and the mode of asserting objects.
Through compassionate interaction with others we can inspire those around us to behave more compassionately.
A guided meditation to help tap into the quality of compassion in our mind and nourish it.
Continuing teaching from Chapter 11, describing the nature and characteristics of nirvana.
Commentary to verses 23 – 28, which describe attachment as a hindrance, and dwelling in isolation as beneficial for developing concentration.
Chandrakirti praises compassion as the source of bodhicitta.