The I appears to exist from its own side, but it is merely imputed by the mind
A teaching on the dualistic mind, excerpted from a commentary on the Manjushri Yoga Method
A teaching on non-duality excerpted from a commentary on the Manjushri Yoga Method.
How to meditate on emptiness in whatever activity we are doing.
In this excerpt from Kopan Course No. 27, Rinpoche explains how the hallucinatory mind sees everything as inherently existent
Self-grasping ignorance believes the I to be concrete and inherently existent
"All existing phenomena, whether deemed good or bad, are by nature beyond duality, beyond our false discriminations."
Things exist in mere name and are merely imputed on the base.
A Dharma talk explaining the mind, or cognition
A teaching on the mind, the death process and the ultimate nature of the I
The I and the aggregates are merely imputed by the mind
The I appears to exist, but it can't be found anywhere on the aggregates
The omniscient mind is the continuity of consciousness that is completely purified of all obscurations.
Rinpoche gives an oral transmission of Lama Tsongkhapa's text, In Praise of Dependent Arising, and teaches on emptiness, karma and bodhicitta
Lama Zopa Rinpoche gave these teachings in Crestone, Colorado, in June 2008.