Sep 12, 2015

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Lesson 1: Five arguments from a profound and rigorous philosopher, Dharmakīrti (Năm luận điểm của một Luận sư)

Right Buddhist teachings, wrong method of dharma practice Lesson 1: Five arguments from a profound and rigorous philosopher, Dharmakīrti His holiness The Twelfth Gyalwang Drukpa once said: “dharma must be practiced correctly; otherwise there will occur a problem”. It means that Buddhist teachings are absolutely right, but Buddhists who have wrong method of practicing should get bad consequences, instead of getting the good results. Buddha taught compassionately 84,000 methods to those who have different approaches to the Buddha-dharma in order to attain the ultimate liberation. What does the figure of 84,000 mean? It is necessary that the Guru with a wealth of knowledge about Buddhist teachings has the right pedagogical methods to teach the disciples. Therefore, Dharmakīrti, Indian Buddhist philosopher and logician pointed out five arguments for teaching as follows: 1 / Know exactly all objects which require to be dismissed 2 / Know thoroughly many methods to abandon them


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