Chogyam Trungpa Video: What is Spiritual Materialism?

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Spiritual materialism? It is, say, watching this video because I think it might make me a better, more confident, attractive, enlightened or sane person:

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6 Responses to “Chogyam Trungpa Video: What is Spiritual Materialism?”

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