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.
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Covering Chapter 15 on the topic of “Choosing Your Debate Partner” and becoming a suitable debate partner ourselves.
Finishing Chapter 13 “Valid Cognition” and covering Chapter 14 “The Three Spheres of Agent, Object, and Action.”
Venerable Tenzin Tsepal leads the class through the first few comparisons of different kinds of consciousnesses in Exercise 12.1 on page 245.
Covering the last section in Chapter 12 “Believing in Something That Is Not Real” and beginning Chapter 13 “Valid Cognition.”
Teaching on the last two types of consciousnesses: inferential cognizers and direct perceivers.
Teaching on the seven types of awareness, including doubt and correctly assuming consciousnesses.
Venerable Thubten Samten reviews the three types of dependent origination.
Venerable Thubten Tsepal reviews Chapters 11 & 12, covering up to sense direct perceivers.
Explanation of the last three of the four seals and how contemplating them results in a change of perspective.