Teaching given by the author at Tibetan Buddhist Centre of Philadelpha from November, 1995 to March, 1996. It explains clearly the Lam Rim, stages of the path of mind training that a practitioner must practice in order to make oneself capable of understanding the true teaching of Buddha, its practice and finally attaining the Buddhahood. The notes on the Four Tenets and the Dzogchen are equallyrealving for understanding of the Buddhist concept of mind and its nature. The book is recommended for those who wish to study in brief the Buddhist Philosophy and Buddhist sceince in general and mind training in particular. It is a good book to start your mind on the selfless journey of the Buddhisattvas.