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"And there he saw a man beating that drum. Then from the sound of the drum he heard these confessional verses." This lecture establishes the importance of the spiritual practice of confession and concludes with a description of the Bodhisattva Vajrasattva.
Talk given in 1976.
This talk is part of the series Transformation of Life and World in the Sutra of Golden Light.
|2.||The importance of confession (9:17)|
|3.||On the terms 'psychological' and 'spiritual' (11:02)|
|4.||The 'prayer' from the drum and the Bodhisattva Vow (9:49)|
|6.||i. Who confesses? (5:06)|
|7.||ii. To whom is a confession made? (4:38)|
|8.||iii. What is confessed? (6:09)|
|9.||iv. When does one confess? (1:16)|
|10.||v. How does one confess? (13:48)|
|11.||vi. The effects of confession (6:16)|
Total running time: 1:29:05