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What is the ideal human being? This lecture introduces the ideal of human Enlightenment as an ideal springing from one's true nature and deepest yearnings.
Talk given in 1975.
This talk is part of the series Human Enlightenment.
|1.||The image of the Buddha (8:46)|
|2.||What is an Ideal? (7:19)|
|3.||The Ideal Man is the Enlightened man (5:24)|
|4.||What is Enlightenment? i. awareness, knowledge, vision ii. compassion iii. energy (9:25)|
|5.||How do we know Enlightenment is the Ideal for man? (9:11)|
|6.||Where does the Ideal of Enlightenment come from? (2:24)|
|7.||Misunderstandings about the Buddha (6:04)|
|8.||An extraordinary man (7:35)|
|9.||Misunderstandings about Buddhism (3:49)|
|10.||The vision of the lotus blossoms (5:28)|
Total running time: 1:05:25