A Cathedral of WordsPosted by Giulietta - Win... on Tue, 2 May, 2017 - 09:56
The Complete Works of Sangharakshita was launched successfully last October with four volumes published so far. These volumes include previously out of print material such as What is the Sangha?, and never-before published material like various talks by Sangharakshita in India in the 1980s. In addition to these important works, much effort has been made by the editorial team to trace back the source of original teachings and present them as endnotes. The last volume, the Concordance, will index teachings and themes across all twenty-seven volumes, tying them together. This will be priceless in referring to different talks and commentaries by Sangharakshita on a specific theme across his decades of teaching.
We’re sending you links to this beautiful talk by Vidyadevi on the Complete Works, given at Adhisthana in April for the celebrations around the fiftieth anniversary of Triratna. Vidyadevi gives a full and imaginative overview of Sangharakshita’s teachings, which is inspiring in or out of the context of the Complete Works project. We found it well worth a listen.
Beyond Us, Yet Ourselves by Vidyadevi
Vidyadevi likens Sangharakshita’s teachings to a cathedral, in an evocative metaphor that conveys the richness and depth of the wisdom and knowledge contained in them.
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