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Having considered Buddhism (in 'The Buddha - Man or Superman' and 'Evolution: Lower and Higher') in terms of process in time, and the Buddha himself as a historical figure, Sangharakshita now uses stories and quotations from the scriptures to show that the Buddha and reality are ultimately outside time.
Talk given in 1966.
This talk is part of the series Introducing Buddhism.
|1.||The Sarvastivada (9:54)|
|2.||The Buddha in time and eternity (9:25)|
|3.||Zen: gradual and sudden schools;-the story of Angulimala (9:21)|
|4.||Change is often superficial (8:04)|
|5.||The Buddha and Reality (3:13)|
|6.||Classifying the Buddha (9:19)|
|7.||Two forms of the Buddha - Rupakaya and Dharmakaya (4:19)|
Total running time: 57:02