Teaching on the six roots of dispute, and the principle of ‘survival of the most cooperative.’
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Teaching on the last two types of consciousnesses: inferential cognizers and direct perceivers.
Venerable Thubten Chodron continues to reflect on her recent travels.
Venerable Thubten Chodron talks about her recent trip to Indonesia.
Teaching on various qualities of mind to abandon, and others to adopt, such as fear, desire, and hope.
Teaching on the seven types of awareness, including doubt and correctly assuming consciousnesses.
What it means to have confidence, and how to develop stable self-confidence through self-acceptance and self-awareness.
What it means to take refuge during the Nyung Ne practice. Answers to questions on the Chenrezig sadhana.
How the Buddha’s many discourses are not contradictory but show he was a skillful teacher giving an array of teachings all with the aim to lead us to awakening.
How the physical features of the Medicine Buddha illustrate his qualities and how they inspire us to develop those qualities. Guided Medicine Buddha meditation.