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With a number of modern trends submerging the individual in ever larger group situations, Sangharakshita traces how this can lead to frustration and a sense of powerlessness, asserting that only a spiritual solution such as Buddhism, can overcome the problem.
Talk given in 1979.
This talk is part of the series A New Buddhist Movement - the Meaning of the FWBO.
|1.||A new Buddhist Movement (7:01)|
|2.||Why the FWBO is 'Western' (6:39)|
|3.||The individual and the group (12:16)|
|4.||The True Individual and the Axial Age (4:51)|
|5.||The imbalance of the group and the True Individual (13:25)|
|6.||Buddhism and the individual (8:12)|
|7.||Buddhism only shows the way (4:50)|
|8.||Christianity and the restriction of the individual (5:19)|
|9.||A better Christianity or a Buddhist spiritual Movement? (2:57)|
Total running time: 1:05:30