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13. Karma, Conditionality and Clinging to the Self: The Tennant Years as Seen Through a Tibetan Buddhist Lens

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One of the most beloved of all Tibetan Buddhist texts is The Great Treatise on the Stages to the Path of Enlightenment (Byang chub lam rim chen mo), composed by the Tibetan scholar Tsong-kha-pa in 1402CE. This work, said to be a summary of all the Buddha’s teachings, is a lengthy commentary on the 68-verse poem A Lamp of the Path for Enlightenment, composed circa 1040CE by the Indian pandit Atisha specifically to spread the Buddha’s teachings throughout Tibet.1 Both Atisha’s original work and Tsong-kha-pa’s commentary are considered seminal works of the lam rim or graded path tradition in which teachings are given for the benefit of three classes of sentient beings: those of small capacity (who aspire for a better rebirth in their immediate next life), medium capacity (those who wish to leave the constant cycle of death and rebirth known as samsara and achieve enlightenment or nirvana), and those of great capacity (those who aspire to buddhahood in order to aid all sentient beings in becoming enlightened).2 Among the small capacity teachings are lessons on suffering, karma, and the need to be mindful of the death and resulting rebirths that will be caused by one’s accumulated karma.

 

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Author:Crome, Andrew,McGrath, James F. & James McGrath [Crome, Andrew & McGrath, James] , Date: July 4, 2019

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Author:Crome, Andrew,McGrath, James F. & James McGrath [Crome, Andrew & McGrath, James]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781630874605

Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers

Published: 2013-11-14T08:00:00+00:00
13. Karma, Conditionality and Clinging to the Self: The Tennant Years as Seen Through a Tibetan Buddhist Lens

Kristine Larsen

One of the most beloved of all Tibetan Buddhist texts is The Great Treatise on the Stages to the Path of Enlightenment (Byang chub lam rim chen mo), composed by the Tibetan scholar Tsong-kha-pa in 1402CE. This work, said to be a summary of all the Buddha’s teachings, is a lengthy commentary on the 68-verse poem A Lamp of the Path for Enlightenment, composed circa 1040CE by the Indian pandit Atisha specifically to spread the Buddha’s teachings throughout Tibet.1 Both Atisha’s original work and Tsong-kha-pa’s commentary are considered seminal works of the lam rim or graded path tradition in which teachings are given for the benefit of three classes of sentient beings: those of small capacity (who aspire for a better rebirth in their immediate next life), medium capacity (those who wish to leave the constant cycle of death and rebirth known as samsara and achieve enlightenment or nirvana), and those of great capacity (those who aspire to buddhahood in order to aid all sentient beings in becoming enlightened).2 Among the small capacity teachings are lessons on suffering, karma, and the need to be mindful of the death and resulting rebirths that will be caused by one’s accumulated karma.

Buddhist concepts have appeared in Doctor Who since the very first incarnation of the Doctor, for example in the First Doctor episode ‘Marco Polo’ (1964) and the Peter Davison era’s ‘Kinda’ (1982) and ‘Snakedance’ (1983).3 Specific references to Tibet also thread the classic series of Doctor Who, from the Troughton era’s ‘The Abominable Snowmen’ (1967) to Pertwee’s ‘Planet of the Spiders’ (1974) and Tom Baker’s ‘Terror of the Zygons’ (1975). Indeed, given the Doctor’s ability to regenerate (a form of reincarnation) as well as the Doctor’s nearly constant battle against evil and suffering throughout time and space, such a Buddhist connection is fairly obvious. However, in the David Tennant years of the new series certain aspects of the Tibetan lam rim tradition take centre stage, such as the suffering of change and separation, and the general conditional suffering of existence within time and space (the suffering of samsara). This chapter will examine the Tennant years through the lens of Tsong-kha-pa’s stages of the path for beings of small capacity, with the goal of demonstrating how such a reading ties together many important events throughout Tennant’s forty-seven episodes as the Doctor.

Emptiness, Karma and Rebirth

Central to Buddhist doctrine is the concept of emptiness, the idea that all things arise in dependence on causes and conditions (a concept sometimes termed dependent arising). Even the self is considered dependent (or empty of inherent, independent existence) because it, too, arises in dependence on (but is not identical to) the five aggregates (or skandhas) – form, feeling, perception, mental habits and consciousness. Because all things arise, they have an ending, and are, by their very nature, impermanent. Nothing is its own cause, and no cause can create a result that is not concordant with that cause.

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