Teachings

Je Tsongkhapa's Song of the Stages for the Path to Enlightenment
Je Tsongkhapa's Song of the Stages for the Path to Enlightenment

Venue: Main Temple, Dharamsala, India
Date: 25-27 September 2008
Duration: 6 Sessions (each approx. 1:45)
Languages: English / Chinese / Tibetan

His Holiness the Dalai Lama's teachings on Je Tsongkhapa's Song of the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment (lamrim dhuedon) for a group from southeast Asia.

Atisha's Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment
Atisha's Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment

Venue: Main Temple, Dharamsala, India
Date: 4-6 August 2008
Duration: 5 Sessions (each approx. 2:10)
Languages: English / Chinese / Tibetan / Korean

His Holiness the Dalai Lama's teachings on Atisha's Lamp for the Path To Enlightenment (jangchup lam kyi drolma) at the request of a Korean group.

Introductory Teachings on Buddhism for Tibetan Students
Introductory Teachings on Buddhism for Tibetan Students

Venue: Upper TCV, Dharamsala, India
Date: 5-6 June 2008
Duration: 2 Sessions (each approx. 3 hours)
Languages: English / Chinese / Tibetan

His Holiness the Dalai Lama gives a special two day introductory teaching on Buddhism for the younger generation of Tibetans.

Dhammapada and the Jataka Tales
Dhammapada and the Jataka Tales

Venue: Main Temple, Dharamsala, India
Date: 22 February to 1 March 2008
Duration: 12 Sessons (each approx. 1:30)
Languages: English / Chinese / Tibetan

His Holiness the Dalai Lama's annual spring teaching on Dhammapada and the Jataka Tales.

The Jataka Tales
The Jataka Tales

Venue: Main Temple, Dharamsala, India
Date: 21 February 2008
Duration: 1:39
Languages: English / Chinese / Tibetan

His Holiness's annual teaching on the Jataka Tales

Tsongkhapa's Three Principal Paths
Tsongkhapa's Three Principal Paths

Venue: Main Temple, Dharamsala, India
Date: 9 November 2007
Duration: 2 Sessions (each approx. 2 hours)
Languages: English / Chinese / Tibetan / Russian

His Holiness the Dalai Lama's teachings on Tsongkhapa's Three Principal Paths (lamtso namsum) at the request of Buddhists from the Russian Republics of Buryat, Kalmykia and Tuva as well as Mongolians from Mongolia.

Nagarjuna's Bodhichitta Commentary
Nagarjuna's Bodhichitta Commentary

Venue: Main Temple, Dharamsala, India
Date: 1-5 October 2007
Duration: 5 Sessions (each approx. 3 hours)
Languages: English / Chinese / Tibetan / Korean

His Holiness the Dalai Lama's teachings on Nagarjuna's Commentary on Bodhichitta (jangchup semdrel) and Kamalashila's Middle Stages of Meditation (gomrim barpa) at the request of a group of Koreans.

Nagarjuna's Commentary on Bhodhichitta
Nagarjuna's Commentary on Bhodhichitta

Venue: Main Temple, Dharamsala, India
Date: 3-5 September 2007
Duration: 5 Sessions (each approx 2:15)
Languages: English / Chinese / Tibetan

His Holiness the Dalai Lama's teaching on Nagarjuna's Commentary on Bodhichitta (jangchup semdrel) along with Kamalashila's Middle Stages of Meditation (gomrim barpa). This teaching is mainly for people from South-East Asia at the request of the Tibetan Buddhist Society, Singapore.

Principal Path to Enlightenment
Principal Path to Enlightenment

Venue: Main Temple, Dharamsala, India
Date: 7-13 July 2007
Duration: 11 Sessions (each approx. 2:50)
Languages: English / Chinese / Tibetan

His Holiness the Dalai Lama's teaching on Tsongkhapa's Principal Path to Enlightenment (byang chub gshung lam). The text is a commentary on the chapter of Asanga's Bodhisattva Bhumi which details the Bodhisattva's ethics.

Essence of Tibetan Buddhism
Essence of Tibetan Buddhism

Venue: Upper TCV, Dharamsala, India
Date: 1-3 June 2007
Duration: 3 Sessions (each approx. 2 hours)
Languages: English / Chinese / Tibetan

His Holiness explains the key aspects of Tibetan Buddhism with great emphasis on the benefits of studying Buddhism to Tibetan high school and college students. Highlighting the need for the study of Buddhism, His Holiness advises that a deeper and fuller understanding of Buddhism enables one to become what His Holiness calls a Buddhist of the 21st century. Complimenting faith with knowledge and reason, one understands why Buddhism is a philosophy, a religion, a science, to transform the mind.

 

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