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FBA Podcast: Great Compassion Penetrates Into the Marrow of the Bones

By Sadayasihi on Sat, 9 May, 2020 - 14:00

A stirring and penetrating talk by Dhammadinna around the image that a Bodhisattva’s compassion runs as deep as their very bones. Nagarjuna, Milarepa and others add their voices as Dhammadinna makes an emotionally resonant but clear-eyed attempt to lay out the ground of a practice that is moving towards the development of Bodhichitta. Why bother? she asks us, and shows how open-heartedness can respond realistically and well to suffering in our own lives and in the lives of others.

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Free Buddhist Audio

FBA Podcast: Her Two Hands Are the Two Truths

By Sadayasihi on Sat, 10 Nov, 2018 - 12:00

Our FBA Podcast this week is by Kulaprabha entitled Her Two Hands Are the Two Truths.

This is the second in a four-part series by Kulaprabha on Nagarjuna’s ‘Lines Written to Tara.’

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Dharmabyte: Reality and Intuition

By Sadayasihi on Thu, 7 Jun, 2018 - 14:54

This FBA Dharmabyte is entitled ‘Reality and Intuition’ from the talk ‘All One Gorgeous Mistake’ by Vajradarshini.

A jewelled casket of a talk by Vajradarshini, with poetic accompaniment. Rumi meets Tsongkhapa in the Tavern of Ruin, and Dogen, Milarepa and Nagarjuna join them to talk about ‘self’ and ‘world’. Joanna Macy turns up too — then many voices, mixed and mingled, explore the experience of being part of an Order and following the Buddha’s way. Quite splendid...

Western Buddhist Review
Western Buddhist Review

Approaching the Middle Way

By Dhivan Thomas Jones on Sat, 24 Aug, 2013 - 19:37

Approaching the Middle Way

By Dhivan Thomas Jones on Sat, 24 Aug, 2013 - 19:37Nāgārjuna’s Middle Way: Mūlamadhyamakārikā, trans. Mark Siderits and Shōryū Katsura
Wisdom Publications, Boston, USA, 2013, 351pp., $28.95 pback, also in ebook

Review by Dhīvan Thomas Jones

This is a very welcome new translation of Nāgārjuna’s Mūlamadhayamakakārikā. Mark Siderits and Shōryū Katsura, two seasoned scholars of Indian philosophy, explain in their preface that they have been working on their translation since 1999, and the book comes across as carefully considered. They provide a short introduction that puts Nāgārjuna’s...