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Dharma Talks
2012-05-22 Engaged Buddhism: Personal Transformation and Social Justice 41:05
  David Loy
"The mercy of the West is social revolution. The mercy of the East is insight into the basic self/void. We need both" (Gary Snyder)
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening in Service and Action: A Study Retreat on Socially Engaged Buddhism

2012-05-22 Practicing the Dharma with Others 42:13
  Howard Cohn
Mission Dharma

2012-05-22 Tuesday Evening Dharma Talk, May 22nd, 2012 1:20:58
  Gina Sharpe
New York Insight Meditation Center NYI Regular Talks

2012-05-22 Dhamma as Refuge, the Aggregates 1:10:53
  Norman Feldman
True North Insight Celebrating Buddha, Dharma and Sangha

2012-05-22 Engaged Buddhism - Vignettes, Challenges, Possibilities 45:49
  Donald Rothberg
A second overview of socially engaged Buddhism is offered, through vignettes and stories of engaged practices, a discussion of some of the challenges of connecting inner and outer transformation, and a sense of the great creative possibilities of such an approach. With Q&A.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening in Service and Action: A Study Retreat on Socially Engaged Buddhism

2012-05-23 The "Lack" of Self 54:02
  David Loy
Our most problematic dukkha is due to our sense of a separate self, a dukkha usually experienced as a sense of lack.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening in Service and Action: A Study Retreat on Socially Engaged Buddhism

2012-05-23 Understanding Anata 63:15
  Tony Bernhard
Anata, non-self is one of the characteristics of experience; concepts are labels we use to map process to make it understandable. All is in process and interconnected.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2012-05-23 Sangha as Refuge 52:21
  Molly Swan
True North Insight Celebrating Buddha, Dharma and Sangha

2012-05-23 Right Speech and Listening 1:25:29
  Anushka Fernandopulle
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Living Dharma: The Noble Eightfold Path

2012-05-23 Practicing with Views and Judgements in the Context of Service and Social Action 53:50
  Donald Rothberg
For many Western Buddhists, it is challenging and often confusing to know how to work with views, theories (whether spiritual or social) and the judgmental mind. We explore the nature of views and judgements and how to practice with them, especially in the context of service and social action.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening in Service and Action: A Study Retreat on Socially Engaged Buddhism

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