1. Buddha Potential 1 Uttaratantra (2003) by Kirti Tsenshab Rinpoche - part 7 of 9 - Discussion 1

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    In this 9 part series the great Tibetan Buddhist Lama, Kirti Tsenshab Rinpoche teaches on chapter one of the Uttaratantra text by Maitreya. Uttaratantra, Sublime Continuum of the Mahayana, is one of the most important teachings in all traditions of Tibetan Buddhism - clarifying the meaning of our Buddha potential, in particular the emptiness of the mind that allows the evolution to a state of complete enlightenment and gives an extensive explanation of the meaning of the Three Jewels - Buddha Dharma and Sangha. This teaching was given at Land of medicine Buddha in 2003 and includes both Tibetan and English, exceptionally translated by Voula Zarpani. 6 parts of 6 Classes plus 3 parts of 3 Discussion Classes led by Venerable George Churinoff. Please consider making a donation to Land of Medicine Buddha at http://dharma.landofmedicinebuddha.org/donate/

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    • Everything Happens for a Reason

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      Ira survived a near-fatal accident that blew off his face. He spent the next 20 years searching for the meaning of life until suddenly life became clear.

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      • "Enmeshed in Suffering" - by Ajahn Dhammasiha

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        Short Dhammatalk on Āsālha, the full moon day in July, which commemorates the Buddha's teaching of his first discourse, the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta. Ajahn makes the point that we are not passively enmeshed in suffering somehow imposed on us externally, but that the defilements in our heart, craving & clinging, continuously generate suffering. If this process of producing suffering is stopped, that in itself is the immediate end of all Dukkha. News from Dhammagiri Forest Hermitage: dhammagiri.org.au/-news1.html Audio recordings of Ajahn's talks: dhammagiri.org.au/bhikkhu-dhammasiha.html

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        • "Having Something to Respect & Look Up To" - Shortie Talk by Ajahn Dhammasiha

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          Shortly after his supreme enlightenment, the Buddha realised that someone who has nothing to respect and look up to lives in suffering. Finding no one in the whole universe who would be superior to him in virtue, samādhi, wisdom, or knowledge, he decided to live in reverence & respect to the ultimate Dhamma he had discovered. If even the Buddha felt he needs something to respect & revere, who much more would we require it? About Dhammagiri Forest Hermitage: dhammagiri.org.au/about-dhammagiri.html Ajahn's bio: dhammagiri.org.au/bhikkhu-dhammasiha1.html

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          • Ajahn Tiradhammo - Ending the Disturbance of Ego

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            Ajahn Tiradhammo gave this dhammatalk on occasion of Vesak/Visākhā Pūjā 2015 at Dhammagiri Forest Hermitage. Our community was exceedingly happy to have one of the most senior Western Buddhist monks sharing his insights into one of the most profound aspects of the Dhamma, 'anatta' (non-self), with us on this day. www.tiradhammo.blogspot.com Images from Ajahn's visits to Dhammagiri: dhammagiri.org.au/vesak-2013.html dhammagiri.org.au/vesak-2015.html facebook.com/Dhammagiri-Forest-Hermitage

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            • Buddha Potential 1 Uttaratantra (2003) by Kirti Tsenshab Rinpoche - part 6 of 9

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              In this 9 part series the great Tibetan Buddhist Lama, Kirti Tsenshab Rinpoche teaches on chapter one of the Uttaratantra text by Maitreya. Uttaratantra, Sublime Continuum of the Mahayana, is one of the most important teachings in all traditions of Tibetan Buddhism - clarifying the meaning of our Buddha potential, in particular the emptiness of the mind that allows the evolution to a state of complete enlightenment and gives an extensive explanation of the meaning of the Three Jewels - Buddha Dharma and Sangha. This teaching was given at Land of medicine Buddha in 2003 and includes both Tibetan and English, exceptionally translated by Voula Zarpani. 6 parts of 6 Classes plus 3 parts of 3 Discussion Classes led by Venerable George Churinoff. Please consider making a donation to Land of Medicine Buddha at http://dharma.landofmedicinebuddha.org/donate/

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              • Buddha Potential 1 Uttaratantra (2003) by Kirti Tsenshab Rinpoche - part 5 of 9

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                In this 9 part series the great Tibetan Buddhist Lama, Kirti Tsenshab Rinpoche teaches on chapter one of the Uttaratantra text by Maitreya. Uttaratantra, Sublime Continuum of the Mahayana, is one of the most important teachings in all traditions of Tibetan Buddhism - clarifying the meaning of our Buddha potential, in particular the emptiness of the mind that allows the evolution to a state of complete enlightenment and gives an extensive explanation of the meaning of the Three Jewels - Buddha Dharma and Sangha. This teaching was given at Land of medicine Buddha in 2003 and includes both Tibetan and English, exceptionally translated by Voula Zarpani. 6 parts of 6 Classes plus 3 parts of 3 Discussion Classes led by Venerable George Churinoff. Please consider making a donation to Land of Medicine Buddha at http://dharma.landofmedicinebuddha.org/donate/

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                • The Moonlight and the Moon - the importance of beauty in the Dharma life - Subhadramati

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                  Subhadramati starts Bhante Sangharakshitas birthday celebrations off with a beautiful talk for Triratna Night at the Manchester Buddhist Centre

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                  • 21st Century Buddha

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                    21st Century Buddha uses physics, biology and Buddha’s philosophy to explain consciousness. Buddha's philosophy had a massive influenced on Judaism, Christianity and Islam - that is until each added their own specific caveat that made their church's leaders 'God's representatives on Earth'. Salvation could then only be granted through their church, giving them immense power. For 1200 years, (the dark ages,) science and logic were subverted in favour of superstition and irrational belief. Even though today many folk are still duped by their convincing rhetoric, physics, biology and Buddha's way of knowing yourself offer a rational science based alternative that unites all people regardless of colour, religion or politics.

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                    • Dharma Talk with Venerable Pannavati

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                      Recorded August 14, 2015, at Seattle Insight Meditation Center.

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