The English lectures on the Thousand Hands Sutra concluded last Thursday with a summary lecture over the last part of the book. I’m going to be traveling for a bit, so I won’t have time to record that lecture right away, but when I return, I’ll record another three lectures and cover the last section of this Sutra. I hope this has been helpful, and a learning experience!
Below is a link to a recording of the full sutra, without commentary.
4 thoughts on “Recording of the Thousand Hands Sutra, in English”
Dear Chong Go Sunim, I write in appreciation and thanks for your loving effort in bringing Daehaeng Sunim’s voice and continuing spiritual presence to the speakers of many languages. The Thousand Hands Sutra is a wonderful gift.
In dharma, with hands palm to palm, Eko
Thank you so much for your kind thoughts!
Dear Chong Go Sunim,
I really wish to thank you for these wonderful Dharma talks. They are very clear and helpful. I also appreciate the recording of the Thousand Hands Sutra as I am unable to get my hands on the published version of it (Thousand Hands of Compassion). I eagerly look forward to more Dharma talks in the future.
PS. Happy belated Buddha’s Birthday!
Bowing with palms together,
I’m glad you found these helpful! I’ll be trying to do more talks like this once I get back to Korea. (I think you can buy a copy of A Thousand Hands of Compassion through http://www.seoulselection.com)