In these weekly Sunday morning teachings spanning from March 2013 to December 2014, Gelek Rimpoche elaborates on the “Tibetan Buddhism” series, with the earlier sessions on the foundational Compassion for Oneself meditations, laying the ground work for the later sessions emphasizing Great Compassion for all living beings.
The Goal of Mahayana Buddhism is Bodhimind
The three yanas (vehicle) in Mahayana Buddhism are divided into Sravakayana, Pratyekayana and Buddhayana/ Mahayana. Understanding that the differences in the scope of Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism, changes the goal from freedom from suffering, pain and misery to that of total knowledge of everything that there to be known. Hence the Mahayana path provides the practice to the perfection of the bodhimind. In both the Mahayana and Theravada path, wisdom and compassion are always present. The Four Noble Truths form the base for compassion and wisdom.
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This Sunday webcast, June 29, 2014 was sponsored anonymously.