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At times in the spiritual life we may need considerable energy to overcome obstacles, such as negative emotions, psychological conditionings, rational thinking, and even the sense of 'time' itself. How, when, and where can we break through?
Talk given in 1969.
|1.||A breakthrough into real Buddhism (16:52)|
|2.||Negative emotions and psychological conditioning (15:22)|
|3.||Rational thinking (8:06)|
|4.||The time sense; characteristics of Buddhahood (10:30)|
|5.||How one breaks through (5:11)|
|6.||Breaking through negative emotions and psychological conditionings (6:47)|
|7.||Breaking through rational thought and the time sense (9:25)|
|8.||Where and when one breaks through (5:07)|
|9.||The image of a wrathful deity (4:30)|
Total running time: 1:21:50