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Essence of Tibetan Buddhism: Essence of Tibetan Buddhism 24

Mental Faculty of Equanimity The mental faculty of equanimity is an equally balanced mind, enjoying the lack of influence of negative emotions. It leads to very strong concentration,…

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The Meaning of Refuge In Abhisamayalankara’s 10 instructions, the basis on which you conduct your spiritual practice is developing refuge in the Three Jewels. Taking refuge is more…

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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…

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Nature of Mind Is mind or matter more important? What is the difference between brain, mind and soul? Mind is intangible, free flowing. Important to understand because principal…

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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…

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Mental Faculties of Pliancy and Conscientiousness Rimpoche first talks about physical and mental pliancy is a joy that removes all obstacles to meditation, making body and mind totally…

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The Five Eyes The Abhisamayalankara explains five eyes in the section on the extraordinary path. The five eyes are: 1) the physical sublime eye, 2) the celestial sublime…

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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…

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Nature of Mind Rimpoche restates topic of taming the mind and goes on the relationship between main mind and mental faculties. He likens taming the mind to taming…

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The Six Clairvoyances The six clairvoyances are 1) the clairvoyance of magical emanations, 2) the clairvoyance of the celestial ear, 3) the clairvoyance of knowing other’s minds, 4)…

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The Path of Seeing and Path of Meditation To conclude the explanation of the 10 instructions of the Abhisamayalankara, Rimpoche summarizes them and focus particularly on the last…

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Four Aspects of the Truth of Cessation and Path of Cessation Rimpoche begins with talking on bodhimind, drawing attention to the 22 types of bodhimind and the shepherd…

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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…

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Nature of Mind Reporting on his Malaysia trip and India Buddhist conference, Rimpoche talks in detail on the issue of female ordination. Then he resumes his topic of…

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Four Aspects of the Truth of Suffering and Cause of Suffering Rimpoche talks about the last two aspects of the 1st Noble Truth, emptiness and selflessness, pointing out…

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