Teaching on Chapter 18, ‘Manjushri, the special deity of debate’, and beginning of teaching on Chapter 19, ‘The Three Purposes of Debate.’
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Learning, the fourth jewel of the aryas, and how to best learn the Dharma.
Finishing Chapter 4 by describing the differences in content of the three baskets, or tripitaka, between the three extant Buddhist canons.
The two other kinds of generosity referred to in the third jewel of the aryas: offering protection from fear and the charity of the Dharma.
Teaching on Chapter 17: The Clap! which details the symbolism behind the dramatic physical form of Tibetan debate.
An interview with Venerable Chodron with nuns from Shide Nunnery in Germany about the mindful running of a nunnery.
The benefits of material generosity, one of the different kinds of generosity referred to by the third jewel of the aryas.
Briefly covering tantra and beginning a section on the content of the three extant Buddhist canons.
The importance of ethical conduct, the second Jewel of the aryas, and how hurting others hurts us too.
Beginning to teach Chapter 16, ‘Challengers and Defenders’, which focuses on the two key roles in a structured debate in the Indian and Tibetan system.