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These reflections ask us to really take on board the 'unique occasion' of human life and, together with the reflection on the 'Ten Endowments', they descibe just how precious our human life is. Let yourself be led through them and take up the challenge of seeing just what positive circumstances we already have to do... Well, to do what with them? Therein lies the freedom and the challenge.
This is another in the series of talks from Taraloka inspired by Gampopa's text - 'The Jewel Ornament of Liberation'.
Given at Taraloka, December 2007
|1.||Intro and metta meditation (8:24)|
|2.||Remembrance of freedom (5:17)|
|3.||Reflection on the eight freedoms (13:26)|
|4.||Staying with the reflection (7:04)|
|5.||Being free enough (3:51)|
Total running time: 38:02