The eighth consciousness and the nature of suffering with Kelsang Wangmo
Tushita Meditation Centre

The eighth consciousness and the nature of suffering with Kelsang Wangmo

In this discussion , the first Western female Geshe, shares insights into various concepts.

She elucidates the eighth , the Chittamatra school, and the nature of , clarity on complex topics.

Kelsang emphasizes the role of shame, , remorse, and conscientiousness in the process, stressing their importance in cultivating positive emotions.

She encourages listeners to embrace suffering and afflictions as integral parts of the , essential for self-improvement if addressed correctly.

The significance of taking and the purpose of practicing in the Western world are also discussed, highlighting the transformative power of the and the aspirant’s intention in seeking .

Throughout the session, Geshe Kelsang Wangmo’s and compassionate guidance provide valuable insights for spiritual seekers, empowering them on their journey towards self-discovery and enlightenment.

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  1. Geshe Kelsang Wangmo clarifies complex Buddhist concepts:

    • Eighth Consciousness: Explains it as a repository of past experiences’ imprints, shaping present perceptions.
    • Chittamatra School: Emphasizes its focus on consciousness over the external world.
    • Nature of Suffering: Describes suffering as stemming from extreme emotions, distinct from guilt.

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