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How do the Bodhisattvas enter the Dharma door of non-duality? Sangharakshita explains some of the dualities listed in the Sutra, gives some examples of his own (with tips on how to transcend them), and concludes with Vimalakirti's 'thunder-like silence'.
Talk given in 1979.
This talk is part of the series The Inconceivable Emancipation - Themes from the Vimalakirti Nirdesha.
|1.||The richness of the sutra (5:12)|
|2.||Shariputra's worries (11:45)|
|3.||Vimalakirti's family (5:41)|
|4.||The Dharma Door of Non-duality (9:02)|
|5.||The entrance to Ultimate Truth (3:07)|
|6.||How do we enter? (4:57)|
|7.||Transcending duality (7:01)|
|8.||Illusory 'Mind' (5:22)|
|9.||Transcendental individuality (6:05)|
|10.||One Unconditioned Reality (5:49)|
|11.||Down to earth again (2:33)|
|12.||Vimalakirti's silence (8:06)|
Total running time: 1:14:40