The Bodhisattva Warrior: The Six Paramitas

with Ellen Rook

November 5th—December 3rd

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Room: Meditation Hall

In Mahayana Buddhism, the bodhisattva practices the six paramitas (generosity, discipline, patience, exertion, meditation, and wisdom), or transcendent perfections. These are a path to enlightenment, the fruition of the bodhisattva way, and a means to benefit sentient beings. They are transcendent because the subject, object, and practice of the perfections are all free of self, which is known as the threefold purity.

You don’t have to be perfect to practice the perfections. Because each of the paramitas is the antidote to a particular obstacle—generosity overcomes stinginess, etc.—you can practice them now as the step-by-step path to your own bodhisattvahood.

- description from Lion's Roar (https://www.lionsroar.com/what-are-the-6-transcendent-perfections/)

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