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The momentous meeting between Vimalakirti and Manjushri, the Bodhisattva of Wisdom, represents the importance of the encounter between historical and archetypal realities in one's imaginative and day-to-day life.
Talk given in 1979.
This talk is part of the series The Inconceivable Emancipation - Themes from the Vimalakirti Nirdesha.
|1.||Buddhajayanti, 1957 (8:15)|
|2.||A Chinese painting (5:20)|
|3.||Manjushri pays a visit (11:50)|
|4.||Manjushri and Vimalakirti (12:09)|
|5.||Manjushri versus Vimalakirti (9:51)|
|6.||Where does Manjushri come from? (13:33)|
|7.||Archetypal Reality and 'something in us' (5:55)|
|8.||Poetry versus prose (5:35)|
|9.||The quest for meaning (4:59)|
Total running time: 1:17:27