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Course language: English , Translation to: Deutsch
The young Pargang Tulku Rinpoche will teach about the four emptiness from the perspective of Buddhist philosophy.
To look at the mind in this way is very differentiated and unknown to us in this way. For a long time, these philosophical teachings were only accessible to monks who had completed extensive training courses of 20-30 years and then graduated with the high academic degree of Geshe (comparatively equivalent to a doctorate).
Just as Buddha Sakyamuni proposed and taught it 2600 years ago, this approach is not religious, but a neutral form of philosophical observation of phenomena. Proposed because he recommended to examine everything individually in order to fully understand it in his phenomenology of the phenomenon.
To later combine this understanding of philosophy with altruism, human compassion and pure love is a profound spiritual act that leads to enlightenment.