Tibetan Buddhist Lamrim: Great Compassion

Great Compassion in Lamrim is the profound desire to free all sentient beings from suffering, seeing their pain as one’s own and striving for their ultimate happiness.

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The first seven steps on the Great Scope of Lamrim focused on people, with the final step being the complete exchange of self with other. Lamrim teachings take this approach because it’s easier for people to relate to other people. When considering emotions like affectionate love, it…

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Buddhist practitioner and writer. My autistic son is the focus of my spiritual practice. He inspires me with his love and companionship.