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Teaching with Thubten Gyatso
Start:Wednesday, 06 August 2014 07:30 PM
End: Wednesday, 06 August 2014 09:30 PM
Duration: 2 hrs
Location:Atisha Centre Gompa
7.30pm. Treasury of Manifest Knowledge by Vasubandhu (Abhidharmakosha)
Treasury of Manifest Knowledge by Vasubandhu sets out a detailed
presentation of the constituents, faculties, Buddhist cosmology, the
six realms, karma, the afflictions and their antidotes, the various
types of spiritual practitioners and their paths, and the knowledge,
concentrations and absorptions.
The teaching is based on Geshe Jampa
Gyatso’s review, 2003, of the Standard commentary: Clarifying the Path
to Liberation: An Explanation of the ‘Treasury of Manifest Knowledge’ by
Gedun Drub, the First Dalai Lama.
Down Load the review here>>:
During 2014, Thubten Gyatso will continue to guide us through the
‘Meditation on Emptiness’ by Jeffery Hopkins. From the introduction to the beginning of part 5
We have one reference copy in the Library
and the Book is available from Atisha Gifts. There will be an order form in
the back of the Gompa.
‘Practice and Theory of Tibetan Buddhism’ by Geshe Sopa and Jeffery Hopkins
Go to the second part of this book Theory: System of Tenets.
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