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The Four Great Reliances: Criteria for the Spiritual Life 

Concluding his exposition of the Sutra, Sangharakshita explains that traditionally one should rely on: i. …

Sangharakshita 1979
 
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
 
The Magic of a Mahayana Sutra 

The Vimalakirti Nirdesha Sutra is also known as the Inconceivable Emancipation. Sangharakshita reminds us …

Sangharakshita 1979
 
Western Buddhists and Eastern Buddhism 

Here Sangharakshita emphasises the importance of distinguishing Buddhism as a universally applicable path …

Sangharakshita 1979
 
The Way of Non-Duality 

How do the Bodhisattvas enter the Dharma door of non-duality? Sangharakshita explains some of the dualities …

Sangharakshita 1979
 
The Individual and the World Today 

With a number of modern trends submerging the individual in ever larger group situations, Sangharakshita

Sangharakshita 1979
 
Commitment and Spiritual Community 

Why is the WBO an Order, and not just a Buddhist organisation? Sangharakshita here emphasises commitment …

Sangharakshita 1979
02. Sangharakshita’s experience of Buddhist organisations (9:17)
 
The Inconceivable Emancipation - Themes from the Vimalakirti Nirdesha (series) 

The themes of this splendid series form the basis of Sangharakshita's book, 'The Inconceivable Emancipation'. …

Sangharakshita 1979
 
The Transcendental Critique of Religion 

The professed aim of the great religions is emancipation, yet religion can inhibit one's freedom. To guard against this …

Sangharakshita 1979
 
Padmasambhava Talk 

Previously unreleased and, rather famously, given off-the-cuff at the London Buddhist Centre, this is an enjoyable and stirring …

Sangharakshita 1979
 
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