The Fast Path : Buddha & The Yogis – Ep. 34
Tantric Buddhism is known as the fast path, meaning that it is possible to become enlightened in one or a few lives, instead of millions. In this podcast, Professor Thurman discusses how we can use our dreams to compress the virtue of many lives into one dream. He also speaks about the role of compassion, ethics and wisdom on the path.
This episode was recorded on June 8, 2011 at the “Buddha and Yogis: The Vajra Body” gathering at Menla Retreat, taught by David Swenson, John Campbell & Robert Thurman.
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