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Essence of Tibetan Buddhism: Essence of Tibetan Buddhism 63

Review of the 10 Instructions This talk is largely a recapitulation of previous weeks’ presentations on method and wisdom, the pervasiveness of the Two Truths (relative and absolute) in all…

Essence of Tibetan Buddhism: Essence of Tibetan Buddhism 64

The Qualities of the Three Jewels of Refuge The goal of Mahayana is to achieve the total enlightenment of a Buddha – which includes the Sambogakaya quality of being able…

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The Mental Faculty of Non-Violence Wishing for enlightenment is great motivation, but shouldn’t stop at only wishing. violence is a great obstacle to bodhimind, coming in many forms, physical, verbal,…

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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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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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Mind and the Mental Faculty of Feeling Mind itself is intangible, but is source of all our experience, can become virtuous, non-virtuous. Any particular expressions of that mind can be…

Essence of Tibetan Buddhism: Essence of Tibetan Buddhism 69

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) the clairvoyance…

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Nature of Mind The nature of the mind is clear and lucid, gets clear and unmistaken picture of any object and has the capacity to perceive anything. You become what…

Essence of Tibetan Buddhism: Essence of Tibetan Buddhism 65

Overcoming Laziness Through Enthusiasm What is spiritual laziness? How can use the perfection of enthusiasm to curb our laziness? There are three enthusiasms to counteract laziness. In this talk Gelek…

Essence of Tibetan Buddhism: Essence of Tibetan Buddhism 66

Three Types of Spiritual Laziness There are three types of ‘laziness’ explained in the Abhisamayalankara. The first is the laziness engaging in uncalled-for activities – being caught up in something…

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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 Need for Spiritual Practice We have many problems in our life, including financial. Yet, even if we manage we are never satisfied. We suffer from obsession, then violence and…

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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 that emptiness…

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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 the nature…

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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 an elephant,…

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