Tiantai and it's relevance to "Western Buddhism"

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Tiantai and it's relevance to "Western Buddhism"

Post by coldwater » Sun Jul 17, 2016 7:09 pm

Interesting lectures/retrospectives about Chinese Tiantai as a transformative practice and the development/integration of various streams of Buddhism in China, the long-term effect and how this could be applied to the current mix of many streams entering other countries. If these talks were reposted here earlier- apologies!

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Re: Tiantai and it's relevance to "Western Buddhism"

Post by Seishin » Mon Jul 18, 2016 11:37 am

Thank Myoei san :smile:

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Re: Tiantai and it's relevance to "Western Buddhism"

Post by Queequeg » Mon Jul 25, 2016 4:15 am

Thank you for posting.
Who is this lecturer? When?
He mementionethe lecture is given on the East coast - where?
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Re: Tiantai and it's relevance to "Western Buddhism"

Post by coldwater » Mon Jul 25, 2016 6:28 am

Rev.Heng Sure is the translator. The video appears to be posted in October 2014. The location appears to be Chuang Yen Monastery-http://www.baus.org/en/?cat=3

Not sure who the lecturer is, maybe someone from CTTB..? Sorry I can't provide more info.

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