Idims – La Sabiduría De Nagarjuna Curso 4: El Misterio De Los Capítulos (2022, Arizona)

Atención: Para hacer de esta una herramienta de estudio aún más poderosa, vinculamos cada imagen con el momento exacto en el video donde Geshe Michael explica la idea importante. Simplemente puede hacer clic en cada Idim y se abrirá el video en la ubicación precisa.

Idim 4.1: A Review and word-by-word commentary of the title – “A Ship on the Sea of Emptiness”

Idim 4.2: Causes are the Key

Idim 4.3: Which part of my foot is gone, and which part is going?

Idim 4.4: But Buddha said, in the first turning, that the parts do have a nature

Idim 4.5: Don’t the agents have some nature to do something?

Idim 4.6: Agents & actions in the sense of coming & going from lives to lives

Idim 4.7: How could anyone have been there, before?

Idim 4.8: Fire & firewood: there was someone there before!

Idim 4.9: Not just no beginning, but there never was

Idim 4.10: An Investigation of Factors (really = illusion). Anyone who cheats us lies to us

Idim 4.11: When you want money enough to hurt someone, you can’t touch it

Idim 4.12: What is white karma?

Idim 4.13: A temple with a stone wall

Idim 4.14: A pile of leaves blown in the wind

Idim 4.15: The necessary details of our general relationship to emptiness

Idim 4.16: Two steps to engaging in emptiness

Idim 4.17: No me leading to no mine

Idim 4.18: Investigation, and living with the results

Idim 4.19

Idim 4.20: Me as body and mind never in an instant

Idim 4.21: Gone in the next instant, and in the next life

Idim 4.22: Where there are no two, there is no relationship

Idim 4.23: There would have to be two me’s

Idim 4.24: There would be no indication that I had been; or was; or would be there

Idim 4.25: Nothing to see, and no one to feel

Idim 4.26: It’s mine!

Idim 4.27: Me & mine: two parts to the view of destruction

Idim 4.28: Those who see, do not

Idim 4.29: Grasping to the pretty; to my wrong ideas; to a “me”; and to disastrous practices, all leading to another kind of taking

Idim 4.30: Looking at things the wrong way

Idim 4.31: Again, the idea of fixing the sink— rather than constantly mopping up puddles

Idim 4.32: Three kinds of me’s: all of them approved, all of them wrong

Idim 4.33: Another version of the three denials

Idim 4.34: Why the Buddha never teaches

Idim 4.35: The different kinds of pure

Idim 4.36: Not something that someone can describe to you

Idim 4.37: Peace, in its very essence

Idim 4.38: Inexpressible with normal words

Idim 4.39: Devoid of conceptual thought

Idim 4.40: Inseparable emptiness

Idim 4.41: The connection of a keystroke and a screen

Idim 4.42: Plant the seeds for Joe

Idim 4.43: The present and the future must depend on the past; but then….

Idim 4.44: And what if the present and future did not exist in the past?

Idim 4.44: And what if the present and future did not exist in the past?

Idim 4.45: Which happens first, the future or the past?

Idim 4.46: What is the difference between the present & the future depending on the past naturally, and not in that way?

Idim 4.47: A non-relativity that now goes all different possible ways [it’s not just that present & future should depend on the past]

Idim 4.48: The same problem of non-relativity with any such set made of ones

Idim 4.49: False units of time, for no one could ever hold them

Idim 4.50: If “a book in the present moment” isn’t there really, then neither is the present moment it possesses

Idim 4.51: time as a segue to causes & conditions, in two different senses

Idim 4.52: Is the result already there, in the convening of causes & conditions?

Idim 4.53: If the result is not already there, in the convening of causes & conditions, it could never grow; for a s-e result could never change

Idim 4.54: A result in the consummate collection should be something we could perceive

Idim 4.55: A consummate collection without a result could also be a lump of coal

Idim 4.56: The hi-octane gas & the disappearing car

Idim 4.57: If the cause stopped first, then the result would have no cause

Idim 4.58: The seed could never remain once the trunk has grown

Idim 4.59: A future result that existed already would not depend upon the consummate collection

Idim 4.60: A cause like an actor on the stage

Idim 4.61: An infinite progression of results

Idim 4.62: Options for the first of seven possibilities; starting with a cause that stops before its result begins

Idim 4.62a: The parts coated with a luminous image

Idim 4.63: “In sight of,”or “anticipate”; if the cause can anticipate, then it has lost its job

Idim 4.64: If the result were not in sight, one cause would trigger all possible results

Idim 4.65: Is it that a cause already past triggers a result also past?

Idim 4.66: Is it that a cause that is yet to come triggers a result that is past?

Idim 4.67: Is it that a resultwhich is past touches a present cause already arisen?

Idim 4.68: Is it that a present result is triggered by a cause which is yet to come?

Idim 4.69: Could there be a touching that existed in and of itself?

Idim 4.70: The concept of a pointless starting

Idim 4.71: The necessary meeting of ends {front & back ends}

Idim 4.72: Pieces meeting is enough

Idim 4.73: Water: a cause empty of its result

Idim 4.74: How can an empty thing start and stop?

Idim 4.75: The mother is her baby

Idim 4.76: An elephant gave birth to her baby

Idim 4.77: Too late for seeds to work

Idim 4.78: Nothing for seeds to do

Idim 4.79: If it didn’t start something from its own side, it never existed from its own side

Idim 4.80: The consummate collection is not solid enough to produce a result

Idim 4.80a: the carving for the above question

Idim 4.81: Life that never had death, or death while we are still alive.

Idim 4.82: A room that is all dark and all lit up at the same time…

Idim 4.83: Together, or separate?

Idim 4.84: Anything that does something must thereby wear out

Idim 4.85: Neither both here nor either here