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Easing into the Middle Way

The Buddha’s teachings invite us away from the extremes to the easeful freedom of the middle way. The Dharma path is endlessly subtle and refined, but also accessible and tangible right now.

Shantideva defines the middle way as “complete non-referential ease.” How would it be to neither grasp onto, nor reject the dance of appearances; to neither inflate our sense of importance, nor diminish our sense of value; to find space and well-being between the habitual play of opposites?

May we feel a warm invitation to engage with sensitivity and purpose into the middle of the middle way.

Any names or 'live' questions have been removed from the Questions and Responses recordings.

2022-02-08 (5 days) Gaia House

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2022-02-08 Dharma Talk - The Middle Way of Balancing & Gathering 20:51
Nathan Glyde
2022-02-08 Guided Meditation 19:17
Zohar Lavie
The middle way of balancing & gathering.
2022-02-09 Meditation Instructions 58:30
Zohar Lavie
Subtlety of attention; breath as energy.
2022-02-09 Questions and Responses 22:09
Zohar Lavie
This recording also includes Nathan Glyde.
2022-02-09 Guided Meditation 45:53
Zohar Lavie
Relaxed and kind.
2022-02-09 Dharma Talk - Inconstancy 51:33
Nathan Glyde
2022-02-10 Meditation Instructions 59:47
Nathan Glyde
2022-02-10 Questions and Responses 29:45
Nathan Glyde, Zohar Lavie
This recording also includes Zohar Lavie.
2022-02-10 Guided Meditation 45:44
Nathan Glyde
Metta with a dash of Anicca.
2022-02-10 Dharma Talk - the Construction of Dukkha and Release 55:50
Zohar Lavie
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