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This talk is the third in a series of talks on the Six Paramitas given at the Glasgow Buddhist Centre in the summer of 2012.
Jyotipakshini uses the four preliminary lines from the beginning of the Ratnaguna Samcayagatha as a structure, starting with the words, Call forth as much as you can of love, of respect and of faith!
She goes on to talk about the character of virya, the hinderances to virya and how to develop it, using the the teaching of the Four Right Efforts.
|Virya Paramita (56:47)|
Total running time: 56:47