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I am intrigued by how we can live the 'holy life' as lay people. How do we erase the imaginary line between formal sitting practice and the rest of our lives? How can we bring full engagement to formal and informal practice? Is it possible to embody, in our lives, the understanding and insight that comes with intensive training? And can we live our lives in a way that expresses and continues to deepen our realization? These questions fuel my practice and my teaching.
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2015-06-11 Wisdom of Aging 62:01
Exploring the paradox of aging and dharma practice. Through dharma practice we discover the possibility of maturing as a human at ages 50 and older. Meditation uncovers what we know and the unknown through our presence, awareness and curiosity. The Two Truths reveal both conventional and ultimate truths of reality as we continue to practice.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Aging, Dying and Awakening
2015-05-07 Upekkha/Equanimity 40:01
Upekkha is the wisdom of the heart. It reveals a balanced, equipoise of heart and mind that is woven with love, compassion and joy. Often confused with detachment equanimity is a heart/mind resting in the wisdom of reality and awareness. It is the balance of heart/mind rooted in insight.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Sacred Tenderness: Exploring the Energies of Our Hearts
2015-05-06 One Heart: Relative and Ultimate 63:47
Practice reveals the Spontaneous Heart of Reality inherent in each human being. Becoming intimately aware of each moment of experience reveals the phantasmagorical reality available here and now. Know reveals not knowing. The Universal is revealed through the Personal. As the hardening of Heart relaxes the Dharma displays itself.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Sacred Tenderness: Exploring the Energies of Our Hearts
2015-01-02 The Paradox of Reality 56:35
Paradox is at the heart of practice. It includes the teachings of suffering and the end of suffering; of self and not-self; and the Buddhist teaching of the two truths - relative and absolute reality being equally true.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center New Year's Insight Meditation Retreat
2014-12-29 Not Knowing is Most Intimate 49:52
As we move closer to our direct experience, the body-heart-mind is infused with awareness. The simplicity of intimacy reveals the dharma within us.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center New Year's Insight Meditation Retreat
2014-10-12 The Oneness of Duality: Eugene and Howie Share the Dharma 60:15
The Dharma is always right where you are, whether at Spirit Rock, or at home.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Discovering the Natural Mind of the Buddha
2014-10-11 Paradox of Dharma 63:05
How the Dharma reveals the paradox of self/not self, paradox of boundless awareness, paradox of Big Mind and Small Mind.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Discovering the Natural Mind of the Buddha
2014-06-07 The Endless End 58:51
Maranasati , Mindfulness of Death, reveals the potential for awakening as we live our life and open to the normalcy of death.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Aging as Spiritual Opportunity
2014-06-04 Paradox of Dharma 61:32
Things are not what they seem Nor are they otherwise - Buddha This talk explored the role and dynamic of paradox in Buddhist teaching and practice. We looked at the paradox inherent in the experience of the three characteristics -- anicca (impermanence), dukkha (suffering) and anatta (self and not self). As we relax with the paradoxical experience the three characteristics become portals to awakening.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Aging as Spiritual Opportunity
2014-01-02 The Samadhiness of Experience 48:58
Spirit Rock Meditation Center New Year's Retreat

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