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Dharmabyte: Leisure and Opportunity

By Zac on Thu, 24 Feb, 2022 - 06:00

Saddhanandi says at the beginning of this talk that she’s concerned she won’t fully convey the depth of inspiration she feels about her theme, that of Tsongkhapa’s short text “The Three Principal Aspects of the Path - she shouldn’t have worried, she does it full justice. 

From the talk entitled Renunciation - Tasting Freedom given at Taraloka Retreat Centre, 2009.

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FBA Podcast: The Path of the Buddha's Delight

By Sadayasihi on Sat, 11 Dec, 2021 - 06:00

Here Samantabhadri expertly and imaginatively tackles the theme of Wisdom, using the verses in the third section of Tsongkhapa’s short text on the “Three Principal Aspects of the Path.” Dharma themes of the laksanas, suffering, niyamas, self - and no-self - are interwoven with more personal reflections, and with thought-provoking quotations - “…. emptiness, activity and compassion are not three things, but one thing looked at from three different points of view….” 

This is the third of three talks based on...

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Free Buddhist Audio

Dharmabyte: Being More in Tune with the Middle Way

By Sadayasihi on Mon, 30 Sep, 2019 - 14:00

Here Samantabhadri expertly and imaginatively tackles the theme of Wisdom, using the verses in the third section of Tsongkhapa’s short text on the “Three Principle Aspects of the Path”. Dharma themes of the laksanas, suffering, niyamas, self - and no-self - are interwoven with more personal reflections, and with thought-provoking quotations - “…. emptiness, activity and compassion are not three things, but one thing looked at from three different points of view….”

This is the third of three talks all based on...

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Free Buddhist Audio

Dharmabyte: Reality and Intuition

By Sadayasihi on Thu, 7 Jun, 2018 - 14:54

This FBA Dharmabyte is entitled ‘Reality and Intuition’ from the talk ‘All One Gorgeous Mistake’ by Vajradarshini.

A jewelled casket of a talk by Vajradarshini, with poetic accompaniment. Rumi meets Tsongkhapa in the Tavern of Ruin, and Dogen, Milarepa and Nagarjuna join them to talk about ‘self’ and ‘world’. Joanna Macy turns up too — then many voices, mixed and mingled, explore the experience of being part of an Order and following the Buddha’s way. Quite splendid...

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College of Public Preceptors

Bhante's translation of Tsongkhapa's Three Chief Paths

By Saccanama on Thu, 25 Aug, 2016 - 11:41

First published in the Middle Way in 1960, this is the first translation into English of a key text of the founder of the Gelug School of Tibetan Buddhism.

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Tsongkhapa's Three Chief Paths772.85 KB