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The Ideal of Universal Awakening

by Nagapriya (2009)

This is the second talk in a five-part series by Nagapriya exploring Mahayana Buddhism.

This talk explores the emergence of the Bodhisattva Ideal in the Mahayana tradition. Nagapriya discusses the historical context in which this basic concept developed, its ties to early Buddhist texts, and what the bodhisattva's life entails, on both the mundane and cosmic levels.

Talk given at Manchester Buddhist Centre, 2009

This talk is part of the series Visions of Mahayana Buddhism.

Total running time: 1:03:29