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An explanation of the twelve links of conditioned co-production (nidanas), and how Faith (shraddha) arises in dependence on unsatisfactoriness (dukkha).
N.B. Last few words missing.
Note: unfortunately, there is no recording of the preceding lecture, which dealt with the five skandhas.
Talk given in 1966
This talk is part of the series Introducing Buddhism.
|1.||The history of Buddhism in Britain (3:57)|
|2.||Changing faith (15:01)|
|3.||The attraction of Buddhism (6:04)|
|4.||Conditioned co-production and the twelve nidanas (5:00)|
|5.||i. Avidya - ignorance (8:02)|
|6.||ii. Samskaras - volitions/karma formations (5:38)|
|7.||iii. Vijnana - 'relinking consciousness' (7:54)|
|8.||iv-viii. Nama-rupa, salayatana, sparsha, vedana, trishna - Name and form, 'six bases', contact, feeling, craving (3:26)|
|9.||ix. Upadana - attachment (6:22)|
|10.||x-xii. Bhava, jati, jara-marana - becoming, birth, decay and death; past, present, and future. (4:44)|
Total running time: 1:06:08