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The Mental Faculty of Discrimination The mental faculty of discrimination has the function to collect the information or getting the message, then recognizing and then labeling it. There is correct…

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The Mental Faculty of intention The mental faculty of intention draws the mind like a magnet. it is the activity of the mind itself, the karma of the mind, which…

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Mental Faculty of Aspiration Motivation directs our mind to whatever we want to, so it is good to choose positive purposes. Aspiration, first of the five object-ascertaining mental faculties (along…

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The Mahayana Path – from Theravada to Vajrayana Mahayana is based on Theravada principles like Four Noble Truths and 12 links of dependent origination. Wisdom is common to both, but…

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Mental Faculty of Aspiration Aspiration is a form of desire that creates enthusiasm. Enthusiasm is needed to maintain a good daily meditation practice until joy is generated. In the beginning,…

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Mental Faculties of Conviction and Remembrance Conviction is holding onto the subject you have understood, sticking to one’s principles. In spiritual terms, resisting negativity. Thus it is the root of…

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Mental Faculties of Concentration and Wisdom In this last talk of the year Rimpoche directs awareness to the main essence of spiritual practice: avoiding negativity, building positivity and taming the…

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How Asanga brought Mahayana teachings to Tibet How the two great early Indian masters, Asanga and Nagarjuna, learned directly from Maitreya, the Buddha of Compassion and Manjushri, the Buddha of…

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Distinguishing Mahayana from Theravada; plus: a visit from the Loseling monks Samsara as the continuation of contaminated identity. The sufferings of birth sickness old age and death. The physical aspects…

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Equanimity and Love Back from Netherlands, Rimpoche reviews Bodhisattva’s Way of Life, especially conscientiousness and awareness. Our addictions and stubbornness are the obstacles to making real changes. The two truths…

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Wisdom – Central Philosophy Ego is the root of all suffering. We have to find the true object of negation, a clinging to a solid self, which is a false…

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The Qualities of the Dharma Up to now, our discussion has been about bodhimind, the union of compassion and wisdom, the Two Truths, and the Four Noble Truths. Today we…

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Introduction of the Cause of Suffering Suggests that why, how, where did it [ suffering and joy] come from are the real questions of the 2nd Noble Truth. We are…

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What Dharma Practice Means Dharma Practice begins by learning the motivation behind the Truth of Suffering Video and audio players remember last position of what you are currently playing. If…

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Rebirth and Karma Is Rebirth Real? We have to carefully investigate. Without rebirth, the chain and cause and result would not make sense. Karma is our reality. Causes and conditions…

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