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Commentary on the first four of the eighteen root bodhisattva vows.
Generating the two types of bodhicitta: aspiring and engaging. How to protect our bodhicitta from degenerating in this and future lives.
Examining the disadvantages of self-centeredness and the many advantages of cherishing others.
As we begin to work through our resistance to the practice of equalizing the self and others, we begin to see the many disadvantages of self-centeredness.
Equalizing self and other by examining them on the conventional and ultimate level.
Concluding an exploration of the seven-point cause-and-effect meditation by looking at how compassion and the great resolve lead us into generating bodhicitta.
Continuing the exploration of the seven-point cause and effect meditation by looking at heart-warming love and compassion.
Continuing an exploration of the seven-point cause and effect meditation by looking at repaying the kindness of our mother and heart-warming love.
Beginning an exploration of the seven-point cause and effect meditation by looking at how all sentient beings have been our kind mother.
More of the many advantages of bodhicitta as well as how to cultivate equanimity, a pre-requisite for generating the great altruistic intention.