View, Meditation, Conduct, and Result

According to Buddhist Philosophy

The correct view, meditation, and conduct is essential when we practice Buddhism, whether it’s on the level of sutra, tantra, or dzogchen. Without them, the result will never arise, that of being liberated from uncontrollably recurring rebirth (samsara), or further, attaining the enlightened state of a Buddha for the benefit of all beings.

Once we’ve learnt the correct view of how things actually exist, in order to fully understand it, and to gain certainty that it’s indeed correct, we analyse it with a logical line of reasoning.


We then let the view sink in by meditating on it. Through the repeated practice of generating and focusing on the view, we familiarize ourselves with it.


With the conduct of non-violence, and ethical discipline, we act in such a way that is free from the disturbing emotions and attitudes that prevent the result from arising.


Chamtrul Rinpoche will speak about the view, meditation, and conduct, and how by depending upon our motivation and aim, we can achieve the result of liberation from samsara, or further, the enlightened state of a Buddha for the benefit of all beings.


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