In this dhamma talk, Peter shares his experiences and insights from his three month retreat at the Forrest Refuge.
In this Dhamma dialogue, Kitty shares an insight into non-self that stemmed from a personal experience. The dhamma talk is followed by a lively discussion on non-self and its relationship to letting go, particularly in regards to letting go of life itself when the time comes.
Tommy continues exploring the Satipatthana Sutta, this time focusing on the refrain.
As a “Halloween special”, Robert discusses the hungry ghost within us. As we try desperately to find satisfaction within the outside world, we create suffering for ourselves and others. The Buddhist spiritual path aims at letting go of desires and seeking satisfaction in being present within this moment.
Kitty discusses the Gates of Awakening from Jack Kornfield’s book, “After the Ecstasy, The Laundry”. This is the second talk of a two part series. Unfortunately, the first recording is not available due to a recording malfunction.