The Tantra Vision Vol 1 ~ 01
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|date & time||21 Apr 1977 am|
|location||Buddha Hall, Poona|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 39min. Quality: good.|
|online text||find the PDF of this discourse|
- Reader of the sutra: Sw Ananda Teertha.
- The sutra - the Royal song of Saraha:
- I bow down to noble Manjusri
- I bow down to him who has conquered the finite
- As calm water lashed by wind
- Turns into waves and rollers,
- So the king thinks of Saraha
- In many ways, although one man.
- To a fool who squints
- One lamp is as two,
- Where seen and seer are not two, ah! The mind
- Works on the thingness of them both.
- Though the house-lamps have been lit,
- The blind live on in the dark.
- Though spontaneity is all-encompassing and close,
- To the deluded it remains always far away.
- Though there may be many rivers, they are one in the sea,
- Though there may be many lies, one truth will conquer all.
- When one sun appears, the dark,
- However deep, will vanish.
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