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Through effective story telling from the life of the Buddha and the sharing of tales from her personal experience, Vajratara beautifully illustrates what it is to long to find a place of shelter; to realize there is nothing in this world that is solid at base, and discovering in the end that the refuge has to be the Dharma itself.
Coming from the depth of her own practice, Vajratara expounds on the qualities of the Dharma we reverence in the Tiratnavanadana, with poetic imagination and dynamic, vajra-like clarity.
Talk given at the Women's International Order Convention 2011.
|1.||Introduction by Maitreyi (4:33)|
|2.||Vajratara - Dharma Vandana (49:39)|
Total running time: 54:12