The Four Noble Truths: Fundamentals of Buddhist Teachings
Life involves suffering. Desire is the source of our suffering. There is a way to put an end to our desire. The way out of desire is to live one's life according to eight basic principles. These four noble truths were the subject of the Buddha's first sermon and form the core of Buddhist teaching. The Dalai Lama describes these unique teachings here as he presented them to the West for the first time in 1997.
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INTRODUCING THE FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS
THE TRUTH OF SUFFERING
THE TRUTH OF THE ORIGIN OF SUFFERING
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Abhidharma Abhidharmakosha according actually afflictive emotions anatman arhat arise Asanga aspiration attain basis Bhavaviveka Bodhicharyavatara bodhichitta bodhisattva Buddha buddhahood Buddhapalita Buddhist path Buddhist teaching causal causes and conditions cessation Chandrakirti Chittamatra compassion continuum dependent origination Desire Realm develop Dharma duhkha effect emotions and thoughts enlightenment example experience factors feel Form Realm Formless Realm Four Noble Truths fundamental ignorance gain genuine happiness HHDL human impermanence important individual insight into emptiness intrinsic karma karmic actions lead level of suffering liberation Madhyamaka Mahayana meaning meditation mental mind Nagarjuna nature of reality negation negative actions ness overcome suffering person phenomena physical possible practice practising Buddhist practitioner Prasangika principle realization reason religion result samsara Sangha Sarvastivadin scriptures sense sentient shamatha Shantideva Shravakayana spiritual stage Taking Refuge talk things and events Three Jewels Tibetan tion types understanding of emptiness unenlightened existence Uttaratantra Vajrayana valid Yoga tantra