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June 2022 Dhamma Talks

The June 2022 Dhamma talks are available for downloading (posted June 25).Read More

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June 2022 Short Dhamma Talks

The June 2022 short Dhamma talks are available for downloading (posted June 25).Read More

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Andrea Fella: Morning Sit with Instructions: Allowing and Recognizing Wisdom at Work (Retreat at Spirit Rock)

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Jill Shepherd: A short talk on developing gratitude as a resource for facing up to the climate crisis

(Auckland Insight Meditation) Developing gratitude as a resource that strengthens our capaity to turn towards challenges, based on the Active Hope training by Joanna Macy and Chris JohnstoneRead More

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David Loy: What does the ecological crisis mean for Buddhism?

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Donald Rothberg: Practicing with Polarization, Differences, and Conflict: Six Basic Practices

(Spirit Rock Meditation Center) In the context of increased political polarization in the United States and many other places, we look at how, in so many settings, whether the larger political situation, or social change organizations, or spiritual communities, there is very often a lack of skill in working with differences and conflicts. We examine…

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Tapping Into Our Collective Wisdom with Sumi Loundon Kim

For chaplain Sumi Loundon Kim, sangha, or community, is the foundation of Buddhist practice. As a child, Kim grew up in a Soto Zen community in rural New Hampshire, and her immersive experience of Buddhism has informed her understanding of how we engage with the dharma. Kim later went on to found Mindful Families of…

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Andrea Fella: Morning Sit with Instructions: Using Questions to Support Practice (Retreat at Spirit Rock)

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Brian Lesage: Contentment

(Flagstaff Insight Meditation Community) This talk offers reflections on the heart quality of contentment and then offers a guided meditation along this theme.Read More

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Brad Warner, “The Other Side of Nothing: The Zen Ethics of Time, Space, and Being” (New World Library, 2022)

In the West, Zen Buddhism has a reputation for paradoxes that defy logic. In particular, the Buddhist concept of nonduality — the realization that everything in the universe forms a single, integrated whole — is especially difficult to grasp. In The Other Side of Nothing: The Zen Ethics of Time, Space, and Being (New World Library, 2022),…

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