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This talk takes a look at Buddhist practice in the light of parenting, and was given at the Buddhafield Festival in 2006. Look out for some lovely singing thoughout!
|1.||A song and introduction (4:21)|
|2.||The false dichotomy between family and spiritual life (4:25)|
|3.||Going beyond simply trying to find tranquillity; the thousand Dharma-doors in parenting (4:14)|
|4.||The Five Portions a Day Rule; building in regular reminders of the larger perspective; daily moments of retreat (4:14)|
|5.||Self-transformation through parenting and the burning of kshanti; transforming the world through our children (5:12)|
|6.||What enlightened parenting has to offer; returning a sense of the sacred and exemplifying spiritual life for a new generation (3:53)|
|7.||Closing song (1:57)|
Total running time: 28:16