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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 …

The Meaning of Conversion in Buddhism (series) 

'The Meaning of Conversion in Buddhism' is more classic Sangharakshita. In Buddhism, conversion means the progressive …

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
The Arising of the Bodhichitta 

Two contradictory trends are discernible in spiritual life: withdrawing from the world and compassion for it. The arising …

Sangharakshita 1965
01. Conversion understood in terms of bodhichitta utpada: the arising of the ‘Will to Enlightenment’ (3:59)
05. Dedicating one’s merit to the cause of perfect Enlightenment; the danger of spiritual individualism (9:48)
Introducing Buddhism 

In a talk delivered to teacher-training students, Sangharakshita tells the story of the Buddha's life, shows that there …

Sangharakshita 1966
05. Going Forth; attaining enlightenment (4:23)
The Approach to Buddhism 

Sangharakshita points out possible potentially misleading assumptions concerning Buddhism, and describes three principal …

Sangharakshita 1966
04. Approaching Buddhism as Buddhism – as the Way to Enlightenment (12:57)
Mind: Reactive and Creative 

In this brilliant and accessible approach to the essence of Buddhism, Sangharakshita shows that Buddhism starts with the …

Sangharakshita 1967
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
The Mandala: Tantric Symbol of Integration 

The Tantras (special scriptures of Vajrayana Buddhism) frequently refer to mandalas, circles of symbolic forms. Sangharakshita …

Sangharakshita 1967
10. The mandala as symbol for Enlightenment (4:20)
The Meaning of the Dharma 

Dharma is the experience of reality, and also the expression of that experience in the form of the Buddha's teaching, …

Sangharakshita 1968
06. The Buddha’s Enlightenment: the basic insight (3:22)
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