Overseas Teaching 05.04.18

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2018-04-05
AUTHOR:Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö
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The third mode of investigation applies to situations where what we seek to observe is extremely concealed—phenomena that we cannot understand through direct perception or through inference. In these cases we have to accept what the Buddha said, but only after looking at the entirety of the Buddha’s teachings. If there is no contradiction among the Buddha’s teachings on a particular subject then we can accept what he has said about it, since we are in a situation where we cannot know about it ourselves through direct perception or inference.

Depicted from "Buddhism in the 21st Century - Part 20" June, Sydney, Australia