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Marking the 50th anniversary of his own 'Going Forth' in India, Sangharakshita offers us his thoughts on the significance this adventure had for him and reflects on its relation to the Buddha's search for Truth - with particular regard to actions of body, speech, and mind.
Talk given in 1997.
|1.||Sangharakshita's Going Forth (12:40)|
|2.||The Buddha's Enlightenment Experience (9:17)|
|3.||The ignoble and Noble quests (7:56)|
|4.||Kammachanda and Dhammachanda (13:00)|
|5.||Going Forth and Going for Refuge (5:42)|
|6.||Going Forth in body (12:26)|
|7.||Going Forth in speech (13:57)|
|8.||Going Forth in mind (10:38)|
Total running time: 1:25:36