You can download MP3's from the 13th class of the Fall semester (the 51st class of 2010), held on Wednesday, October 20, by right clicking the links below.
Track 1 - is not posted yet and concerns ancillary matters raised in Q&A that took place in the 45th Class of 2010 (7th of Fall semester) on October 1.
Track 2 - EXCHANGING SELF FOR OTHERS
- History of the Practice of Exchanging Self for Others
- To Practice Exchanging Self for Others, Understand Sequence & Meaning of Each Step
- Preliminaries to Practice of Exchanging Self for Others
- Seven-Fold Cause/Effect Practice Must Be Done Before Exchanging Self For Others Practice
- Practice of Exchanging Self for Others Based on an Understanding of Emptiness
- Basic Meaning of practice: Reverse Attitude that Cherishes Self and Not Others
- Identify Self-Cherishing
- Is the Wish to Be Happy, a Mind that Wishes to Be Happy, Self-Cherishing?
- Is the Wish to Attain Self-Liberation Self-Cherishing?
- Is the Innate Grasping at an Inherently Existent Self Self-Cherishing?
- Distinguishing Self-CHERISHING from Self-GRASPING (at an Inherently Existent Self)
Track 5 - Must Self-Cherishing mind Focus
- only on the Misapprehended Inherently Existent Self, or Can Self-Cherishing also focus on the Conventionally (validly existing) Self?
- Object of Focus of a Mind is not always its Object of Apprehension.
Track 6 - Q & A
- HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT: Spend time reflecting upon question raised in class for discussion in the next class on Monday, 25 October: Is it good to have Self-Cherishing? Is Self-Cherishing necessary for survival of the individual and/or the species? (Note, The text corrects Audio of Question)
Track 7 - Disadvantages of Self-Cherishing