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A delightful talk indeed in which Sangharakshita looks at his own poem 'Sripada', the translation of which gives the title. Evoking the more mythical side of his own spiritual quest, he challenges us in ours with an often good humoured look at what it is to Go for Refuge to the Buddha and his teaching in the context of vibrant spiritual community.
With concluding remarks by Dharmachari Kulananda.
Talk given in 2001.
|1.||Looking back on writing (9:43)|
|3.||Following the Buddha's footprints (8:29)|
|4.||Where the footprints lead (9:16)|
|5.||Clearing the path (13:58)|
|6.||The path of whole-heartedness (5:47)|
|7.||Being alone and the value of spiritual community (2:53)|
|8.||Kulananda - Launch of 'What is the Sangha?' (15:18)|
Total running time: 1:16:18