Venerable Tenzin Tsepal leads a review of Chapters 7 and 8, and begins going through the divisions of the selfless in Chapter 9.
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All living beings desire security and stability. How can we, as Buddhists, reconcile this need with our understanding of impermanence?
Continuation of the commentary on verses from Je Rinpoche’s “Three Principle Aspects of the Path,” about how to realize emptiness.
An introduction to Dudra, a branch of Buddhist philosophy.
Teaching on the divisions of the selfless, after a lively discussion about syllogisms created by the community.
The division of all phenomena according to the Sautrantika tenet school.
A prayer to Kuan Yin, a female manifestation of the Buddha of Compassion, in light of recent events in Russia and the suffering in the world.
Sharing a newly written prayer to Kwan Yin and teaching on the relationship between emptiness and dependent arising.
Continuing Chapter 9 “Basic Buddhist Ontology” and reviewing the outline of the selfless, which includes definitions, divisions, and examples.
Covering three sections on the illusion-like appearance of conventional reality experienced after meditative equipoise on emptiness.