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"All things whatsoever are devoid of unchanging selfhood,
When one sees this with Insight,
One becomes weary of suffering:
This is the way to purity."
In the last part of a series on the three lakshanas, 'marks' of conditioned existence, Saddhaloka comes to the doctrine of 'insubstantiality', 'no self', a teaching as hard to grasp as the wind itself...
Talk given at Padmaloka Retreat Centre, 2006
This talk is part of the series The Three Lakshanas.
|The Three Lakshanas: Anatta (17:49)|
Total running time: 17:49