In the previous 2 segments in this series, Postcards from Geshe La, Geshe Michael taught us about the core idea of Buddhism, which is called Emptiness, using his favorite example of a pen. The other core idea is what is traditionally referred to as Karma. As you’ll see in the video, you can think of these two core ideas as being totally indivisible: two sides of the same coin.
In this segment, Geshe Michael will begin teaching us about Karma, the knowledge we’ll need to begin consciously transforming ourselves and the world around us, using his favorite analogy of seeds.
Additional Resources to Further Your Understanding of Karma
If you like this teaching and want more detail on karma, the following resources are available to you on The Knowledge Base website:
Both ACI and Dharma Essentials course five have all the detail you’ll ever want to further your study about karma.