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Other talks from Buddhafield East
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In this second of two talks during the Buddhafield East Buddhism and the Natural World retreat Sanghamani draws inspiration from the use of images in nature linked to the Buddhas Enlightenment Maras assault and calling the earth goddess to witness and how we can use them to help us contact our own fearlessness and confidence. Encouraging us to see our weeds as wild flowers and using metta to plant new seeds to create our own Buddhafields. Also she talks more personally about Buddhafields as places that offer the perfect conditions for spiritual growth.
Listen out for the creaking mast of the Rainbow Tent ship!
|May All Your Weeds Be Wildflowers (33:08)|
Total running time: 33:08