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2007-07-12 Rembrandt's Eyes 64:12
Rather than four propositions to believe, the four enobling truths are to be seen as injunctions on which to act: Fully know suffering, Let go of craving, Experience cessation, and Creatre a path. Awakening is not, therefore, a 'state', but an ongoing process.
Gaia House Awareness, Questioning, and the Path of Compassion
2007-07-10 Turning the Wheel 59:31
Although initially reluctant to teach, the Buddha goes to Benares and explains to five of his former companions what he has realized. This first sermon, Turning the Wheel of Dhamma (Dhammacakkapavatana Sutta), expands the principle of conditioned arising into the practice of 'four enobling truths'.
Gaia House Awareness, Questioning, and the Path of Compassion
2007-07-08 The Groundless Ground 60:34
Who was Siddhattha Gotama and what did he awaken to? A reflection on his own account of the awakening as found in his discourse The Noble Quest (Ariyapariyesana Sutta), which identifies 'conditioned arising' as the foundational insight for an awakened life.
Gaia House Awareness, Questioning, and the Path of Compassion
2007-04-12 Ten Pictures of Zen 40:03
Gaia House Zen Meditation
2007-04-11 Be An Island Unto Yourself 51:58
Gaia House Zen Meditation
2007-04-09 The True Person of No Status 57:49
Gaia House Zen Meditation
2007-04-07 Zen is not a Finished Product 45:09
Gaia House Zen Meditation
2006-07-21 A Democracy of the Imagination 58:25
Gaia House Study Retreat
2006-07-20 Buddhanature 56:58
Gaia House Study Retreat
2006-07-19 Entering the Stream 56:57
Gaia House Study Retreat

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