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The FWBO's 'lineage' includes teachers from Theravadan, Chinese, and Tibetan traditions, and is described here in a fascinating series of memories and stories given in the USA.
N.B. Poor original recording.
Talk given in 1990.
|2.||Bhikkhu Jagdish Kasyap: early studies; studies in Sri Lanka; meeting the Bodhisattvas in Penang (12:53)|
|3.||Bhikkhu Jagdish Kasyap: at Benares and elsewhere with Sangharakshita; personal description (8:18)|
|4.||Dhardo Rimpoche: tulku; early studies; first contact with Sangharakshita; on the train at the 2500th anniversary of Buddhism (13:22)|
|5.||Dhardo Rimpoche: photography; after the Chinese invasion of India; attitude to Tibetan government; sense of humour (10:05)|
|6.||Chetul Sangye Dorje (5:18)|
|7.||Jamyang Khyentse Rimpoche: interest in dancing; initiations; reciting the Vajrasattva mantra for the dead (12:25)|
|8.||Kachu Rimpoche (11:04)|
|9.||Dilgo Khyentse Rimpoche (1:41)|
|10.||Dudjom Rimpoche (2:58)|
|11.||Yogi Chen (9:35)|
Total running time: 1:32:48