Middling Lamrim
~ Tuesday nights from 7.45pm

Middle Length Lam Rim by Lama Tsong Khapa

Geshe Doga will continue his commentary on Lama Tsong Khapa’s Middle Length Lam Rim. This commentary was previously given on Wednesday evenings over many years until 2018. How fortunate are we that Geshe-la will now continue the commentary. The sections on calm abiding and special insight in this text are especially praised for their clarity and detail. To hear the teachings of Lama Tsong Khapa are said to be extremely rare, but to receive these from such a qualified and realised teacher as Geshe Doga is beyond compare. This text is suitable and accessible for beginners through to experienced students and is a not to be missed opportunity to study in depth in a supportive and friendly environment. New students are welcome to join study group anytime. Geshe Doga begins teaching promptly at 7.45pm.

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These classes provide the opportunity to study Buddhist philosophy in depth. Study of these texts may continue for some years. The on-going courses comprise lectures, structured discussion, and the opportunity to ask questions.

 

Help is always available for new people from your fellow students. You are welcome to experience these teachings at any time. This Facebook group will facilitate discussion among attendees and the sharing of resources - https://www.facebook.com/groups/4117608314962323

There is no fee on Tuesday nights.

Some of the topics Geshe Doga has taught on Tuesday nights in recent years include:

  • "Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment" by Atisha

  • The Twelve Links of Interdependent Origination

  • Ganden Lha Gyama

  • Madhyamika

  • "Liberation the Palm of the Hand" (Lam Rim)

  • The Buddhist Schools of Tenets

  • Chapter 9 of Shantideva's "A Guide to a Bodhisattva’s Way of Life" 

  • The Stages and Paths (Sutra)

  • Tantric Stages and Paths

  • Chandrakirti’s "Supplement to the Middle Way"

  • Explanation of the Principles of Tenets

  • Aryadeva's "Four Hundred Verses"

  • Mahamudra

  • "A Precious Garland" by Nagarjuna