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In this lecture Sangharakshita explores the rich symbolic significance of colour and sound, highlighting their role as crucial agents of transformation. The lecture concludes with a brief introduction to the figure of Manjughosha, the Bodhisattva of Wisdom.
Talk given in 1971.
This talk is part of the series Creative Symbols of the Tantric Path to Enlightenment.
|1.||Introduction - words that attract attention (5:12)|
|2.||Magic rites in India (8:00)|
|3.||Tantric magic rites (4:40)|
|4.||Tantric symbolism of colours (3:34)|
|11.||Colour and the Tantric tradition (6:55)|
|12.||Colour and spiritual qualities (16:01)|
|13.||Mantric sound and the Mantrayana (7:01)|
|14.||What is a mantra? (7:11)|
|15.||The importance of colours and mantric sound (5:56)|
|16.||Manjugosha Sadhana (8:20)|
Total running time: 1:32:05