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2012-03-21 02 The Four Noble Tasks 48:14
The Pali Canon as a user's manual for this life; reconfiguring the core elements of the dharma; problems with the term "truth;" rewriting the operating system of Buddhism: from Buddhism 1.0 to Buddhism 2.0; the post-metaphysical practice of the four noble tasks; the acronym ELSA.
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Sine Cera Retreat Center) An Introduction to Secular Buddhism
2012-03-19 01 What is Secular Buddhism? 52:59
A definition of the term "Secular Buddhism;" a practice-based rather than belief-based form of the dharma; concern with human flourishing in this life; links with the Hellenistic philosophies of Pyrrho and Epicurus.
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Sine Cera Retreat Center) An Introduction to Secular Buddhism
2012-03-16 09 Stream Entry 63:06
Negative capability; the ambiguous nature of self; self as process; foundations of ethics; Buddha and the sick monk; definitions of stream entry: as lucid confidence, as freedom from perplexity, as abandoning three fetters; the lay sangha.
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Sine Cera Retreat Center) An Introduction to Secular Buddhism
2012-03-15 08 Mara 56:38
Reflections on the demonic: what rises up and limits us on the path; Mara and Namuci; the parable of the crow and the piece of rock as an alternative metaphor of freedom; the Buddha's response to Mara who appears as a farmer.
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Sine Cera Retreat Center) An Introduction to Secular Buddhism
2012-03-14 07 Conditionality and The Four 58:41
Insight into conditionality as the core of the Buddha's awakening; reading of and reflection on the first discourse; the process of the four: embracing dukkha, letting go of craving, experiencing the stopping of craving, cultivating the path.
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Sine Cera Retreat Center) An Introduction to Secular Buddhism
2012-03-13 06 Dukkha and Tanha 60:27
Definition of dukkha; dukkha and pleasure; "fully understanding" dukkha; the Buddha and Nagarjuna's understanding of the five bundles as not self; definition of tanha (craving); clinging and narcissism.
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Sine Cera Retreat Center) An Introduction to Secular Buddhism
2012-03-12 05 Namarupa and Consciousness 61:57
Meaning of the term "namarupa" in Upanishads and early Buddhism; the Buddha's critique of an unconditioned consciousness; the interdependence of namarupa and consciousness like two sheaves of reeds.
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Sine Cera Retreat Center) An Introduction to Secular Buddhism
2012-03-11 04 Experience 57:02
The Buddha's criteria for regarding a statement as valid; a pragmatic view of the dharma; the "all" is equivalent to "experience" or "life" -- no need of metaphysical realities; supportive quote by Lucretius; awakening to the delight, tragedy and emancipation of life.
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Sine Cera Retreat Center) An Introduction to Secular Buddhism
2011-11-20 Nama-Rupa Consciousness Talk 4/4 Nama-Rupa Conciencia Charla 4 de 4 1:10:10
Fourth talk of four on the subject Nama-Rupa and Consciousness, by Stephen Batchelor. Given on November 17, 2011, at Xic Xanac Retreat Center, Zacatlan, Mexico. Presented by Yoga Espacio. Translated by Kavindu. Cuarta charla de cuatro, sobre el tema de Nama-rupa y conciencia. Por Stephen Batchelor. Impartida el 20 de noviembre de 2011 en Xic Xanac, Zacatlán. Presentado por Yoga Espacio, traducida por Kavindu.
Yoga Espacio Nama-Rupa and Consciousness
2011-11-19 Nama-Rupa and Consciousness Talk 3/4 1:10:10
Third talk of four on the subject Nama-Rupa and Consciousness, by Stephen Batchelor. Given on November 17, 2011, at Xic Xanac Retreat Center, Zacatlan, Mexico. Presented by Yoga Espacio. Translated by Kavindu
Yoga Espacio Nama-Rupa and Consciousness

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