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Lama Surya Das's Dharma Talks
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2015-09-01 Make Me One with Everything 59:50
Lama Surya Das speaks about his most recent book, “Make Me One with Everything, Buddhist Meditations to Awaken from the Illusion of Separation.” Becoming one with everything, by seeing through separateness, is the heart of what Lama Surya Das calls “co-meditation.” “Co” means with. So co-meditating, is not just meditating with other people, but with everything that arises. This opens the door to what Buddhists call “everyday Dharma,” which integrates mindful Dharma into daily life. Everything is the object of our meditation, there are no distractions. When we co-meditate, we are being one with everything, not against it nor apart from it. This is the meaning of “inter-being.” This is also the answer to our great loneliness and alienation that we feel today.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley
2014-02-16 Part 1 22:31
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening the Buddha Within
2014-02-16 Part 5 59:29
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening the Buddha Within
2014-02-16 Part 4 68:00
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening the Buddha Within
2014-02-16 Part 3 49:59
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening the Buddha Within
2014-02-16 Part 2 1:14:10
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening the Buddha Within
2012-04-03 The Secrets Of Tibetan Mindfulness Practice 52:41
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Tuesday Talks—2012
2012-01-17 Right View 32:07
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Tuesday Talks—2012
2011-02-01 Metta 46:16
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Tuesday Talks—2011
2009-01-26 Spontaneous Meditation: The Sacred Art Of Presencing 27:31
The intrinsic nature of mind is naturally lucid, aware, bright, open, empty and cling free. It is only temporarily limited or corrupted by being mixed with adventitious obscurations. Lama Surya Das explains & elucidates natural meditation, nowness-awareness, how to sit and gage and be, and explains his original four kinds of mindfulness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

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