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As part of a whole year at San Francisco Buddhist Center dedicated to the theme of 'Going for Refuge', we have this talk from Viveka. It's a personable and wide-ranging look at one of the most important aspects of Buddhist practice, whose significance is upheld in every tradition. What is it to look to the 'Three Jewels' as a response to our dissatisfaction? A thoughful exploration, taking in traditional Dharma approaches and contemporary counter-cultural art forms and ways of living...
Please note that some small noise artefacts can be heard occasionally on this talk due to a poor original recording.
Talk given at San Francsisco Buddhist Center, 2006
|Going for Refuge (40:14)|
Total running time: 40:14