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A detailed outline of the practices of an initial level practitioner: remembering death, the lower realms, taking refuge, and karma.
A detailed outline of the foundation practices of the lamrim: relying on a spiritual mentor and precious human life.
I. Preeminent qualities of the compilers II. Preeminent qualities of the teachings III. How the teachings should be studied and taught IV. How to guide students
A detailed outline of the introduction to the gradual path (lamrim) teachings.
By Venerable Thubten Chodron on Jan 1, 1991 in Analytic Meditation on the Lamrim, Lamrim Meditation Outline
A general outline for meditation of the steps for each topic in the gradual path to enlightenment.
A general overview of the gradual path teachings with links to more specific teachings on each topic.
An easy to navigate outline of the “gradual path” teachings given at Dharma Friendship Foundation.
Do buddhas have emotions? Why do we feel low self-esteem and self-hatred? Finding peace through contemplative practices.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s foreword to ‘Open Heart, Clear Mind’ which “conveys a clear understanding of Buddhism … in easily comprehensible language.”
What taking refuge means, why we go for refuge in the Three Jewels, the qualities of the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha and how to relate to them.