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Heart Sutra 5 - The Four Noble Truths and the Twelve Nidanas 

In the fifth of this series of talks on the Heart Sutra, Taranita discusses the Four Noble Truths, the Noble Eightfold Path …

Taranita 2007
01. Heart Sutra 5 - The Four Noble Truths and the Twelve Nidanas (15:16)
The Wheel of Life (The Twelve Nidanas) 

Vajratara explores the 12 nidanas of The Wheel of life as part of a series of talks on Stories and Symbols …

Vajratara 2006
01. The Wheel of Life (The Twelve Nidanas) (51:04)
The Twenty-Four Nidanas 

In this masterly lecture to an American conference audience, Sangharakshita reminds us of the basic conceptual formulation …

Sangharakshita 1994
The Wheel of Life. the Twelve Nidanas 

Part 3 of a series of four talks on the Wheel of Life. This talk on the Twelve Nidanas was originally recorded …

Jnanagarbha 2003
The Cyclic Nidanas 

Self consciousness is a miracle and a profound evolutionary advantage but it is also a trap. The Buddha described the processes …

Manjuvajra 2012
01. The Cyclic Nidanas (51:28)
Unraveling the Mind - Reactivity - Meditating On the Nidanas 

Subhuti leads a weekend retreat for Order Members at the Hsuan Tsang Retreat Centre at Bor Dharen. His talks and led meditative …

Subhuti 2012
01. Unraveling the Mind - Reactivity - Meditating On the Nidanas (42:51)
Twenty Four Nidana Reflection 

This is guided reflection on the 24 nidanas led by Dhivan, to accompany the 'Conditionality' module …

Dhivan 2009
10. Cyclical Nidanas 1st Nidana: Ignorance (2:00)
11. Cyclical Nidanas 2nd Nidana: Formations (1:30)
12. Cyclical Nidanas 3rd Nidana: Consciousness (1:30)
13. Cyclical Nidanas 4th Nidana: Name and Form (1:30)
14. Cyclical Nidanas 5th Nidana: Six Sense Realms (1:30)
15. Cyclical Nidanas 6th Nidana: Contact (1:30)
16. Cyclical Nidanas 7th Nidana: Feeling (1:30)
17. Cyclical Nidanas 8th Nidana: Craving (2:00)
18. Cyclical Nidanas 9th Nidana: Clinging (1:30)
19. Cyclical Nidanas 10th Nidana: Existence (1:30)
20. Cyclical Nidanas 11th Nidana: Birth (1:30)
21. Cyclical Nidanas 12th Nidana: Aging and Death (1:30)
The Dynamics of Being 

An explanation of the twelve links of conditioned co-production (nidanas), and how Faith (shraddha) arises …

Sangharakshita 1966
04. Conditioned co-production and the twelve nidanas (5:00)
Evolucion Superiro. 5ta Charla: El Budismo Como Camino De Evolucion Superior 

La charla comienza con un acercamiento amplio a qué es el budismo para enfocarse posteriormente en una enseñanza …

Saddhakara 2009
The Stages of the Spiritual Path 

Practising Buddhism (so much harder than understanding it) involves breaking the chain of the twelve negative links, or nidanas, …

Sangharakshita 1966
The Stages of the Spiritual Path (Reprised) 

A detailed explanation, significantly different from Sangharakshita's earlier talk on the same theme, of the twelve positive …

How to Have Fun 

Looking at the Buddhist path in terms of happiness, engagement, interest and delight. A new take on the positive

Ratnaprabha 2010
Pleasure and Happiness 

The second of two talks that Ratnaguna gave during a 12-day visit to Stockholm, in April 2010. He begins with a personal …

Ratnaguna 2010
This Being Day 3, The Structure of Experience 

On the third day of the This Being retreat, Dhivan explores the twelve nidanas as a model for how experience …

Dhivan 2014

Lovely talk by Dhammavijaya on happiness. He starts with the immortal lines 'Bring me sunshine, in your smile...'! …

Dhammavijaya 2017
Unraveling the Mind - Reactivity (series) 

Subhuti leads a weekend retreat for Order Members at the Hsuan Tsang Retreat Centre at Bor Dharen. His talks and led meditative …

Subhuti 2012
Buddhism and the Path of the Higher Evolution 

In answering the question 'What is Buddhism?', Sangharakshita identifies higher evolution - the development of higher …

Sangharakshita 1969
08. The Twelve Positive Nidanas – an introduction (4:05)
16. Knowledge and Vision of Reality; the four remaining nidanas (3:49)
The Taste of Freedom 

Just as the mighty ocean has but one taste, the taste of salt, even so the Dharma-vinaya (Buddhism) has but one taste, the …

Sangharakshita 1979
03. The place vimutti occupies in the Twelve Positive Nidanas: no real freedom without Insight into Reality (10:58)
The Meaning of Parinirvana 

A lecture celebrating the anniversary of the Parinirvana or 'death' of the Buddha. It outlines six basic meditation …

Sangharakshita 1972
07. iv. Ignorance: contemplation of the chain of conditioned coproduction; the twelve links (nidanas) (9:22)
Meditation: the Expanding Consciousness 

A traditional exposition of Buddhist meditation looking at why we meditate; preparation for meditation; the five meditation …

Sangharakshita 1967
09. Contemplation of the twelve nidanas (5:41)
Stream Entry 

Ordinary experience is governed by the endless round of the Wheel of Life, which can be gradually halted by treading the …

Sangharakshita 1965
07. The ‘gradual path’ in terms of the first seven of the twelve positive nidanas (links) (15:30)
The Bodhisattva Vow 

"May I deliver all beings from difficulties; may I eradicate all passions; may I master all dharmas; may I lead all …

Sangharakshita 1969
12. v. Ignorance – contemplation of the 24 Nidanas (2:21)
The History of My Going for Refuge 

An often inspiring autobiographical lecture taking up Sangharakshita's story from his earliest experiences of Buddhism …

Sangharakshita 1988
17. The communal context of Going for Refuge: the Sangha; the higher-evolutionary context: the twelve positive nidanas; the cosmic context: the Bodhisattva Ideal and the Cosmic Bodhichitta (15:23)
The Psychology of Spiritual Development 

A discussion of the law of conditionality and its two trends, represented by the twelve links on the Wheel of Life and the …

Sangharakshita 1967
06. The twelve nidanas (Œlinks¹) (6:11)
07. Two kinds of nidanas: causal and resultant (2:56)
10. The gradual method and the twelve positive nidanas: i. suffering (6:51)
Pratitya Samutpada oder die vier Prinzipien des Universums 

Warum leben wir? Was ist der Sinn? Ist alles Zufall oder vorbestimmt? Wie funktioniert das Universum? Die Fragen sind so …

Bodhimitra 2009
08. Die progressiven Nidanas. Zwei Wege aus dem Kreislauf (7:59)