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The Symbolism of the Cremation Ground and the Celestial Maidens 

Are we ready to face our own death, and the total transformation it symbolises? Here Sangharakshita describes …

Sangharakshita 1972
 
The Symbolism of Colours and Mantric Sound 

In this lecture Sangharakshita explores the rich symbolic significance of colour and sound, highlighting …

Sangharakshita 1972
 
The Way to Enlightenment 

In a lecture to celebrate the anniversary of the Buddha's Enlightenment, Sangharakshita tells the story …

Sangharakshita 1972
 
The Meaning of Parinirvana 

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

Sangharakshita 1972
 
The Symbolism of the Tibetan Wheel of Life 

The Wheel of Life, described here in all its wealth of detail, is not really a painting but a mirror, giving one successively …

Sangharakshita 1972
 
Padmasambhava: Tantric Guru of Tibet 

Padmasambhava, often known as the 'Second Buddha', is famous for converting the demons of Tibet. In this lecture …

Sangharakshita 1972
 
The Symbolism of the Sacred Thunderbolt or Diamond Sceptre of the Lamas 

The vajra (symbolises the union of opposites and the Transcendental 'power' that breaks through all obstacles to …

Sangharakshita 1972
 
The Symbolism of the Cosmic Refuge Tree and the Archetypal Guru 

Revealing the Three Esoteric Refuges of Tantric Buddhism, this lecture then describes the practices of Prostration and Guru-Yoga.

Sangharakshita 1972
 
The Symbolism of the Five Buddhas, ‘Male’ and ‘Female’ 

The Buddha was born as we are born, and through his achievement symbolises human Enlightenment as a possibility for us all. …

Sangharakshita 1972
 
The Symbolism of Offerings and Self-Sacrifice 

In this lecture we are shown how the symbolism of ritual offerings originated in the Hinayana and Mahayana, and later flowered …

Sangharakshita 1972
 
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