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Buddhist Studies Course: Sensuality, Craving, Contentment and Dispassion

The Buddha’s teachings and practices encourage us to take a fresh look at all the ways we relate to sensuality. We discover that our heart is often burdened by being pushed around by conditioned habits of liking and disliking–the Buddha calls these habits craving. The deepening of wisdom leads to states of calm, contentment, and ease with conditions. With greater and greater trust in this wise, non-aversive dispassion, the heart lets go and a deeper freedom is revealed.

2022-03-14 (62 days) Common Ground Meditation Center

  
2022-03-14 Buddhist Studies Course: Sensuality, Craving, Contentment and Dispassion, Week 1 – Meditation 27:48
Mark Nunberg
2022-03-14 Buddhist Studies Course: Sensuality, Craving, Contentment and Dispassion, Week 1 – Talk 58:03
Mark Nunberg
2022-03-21 Buddhist Studies Course: Sensuality, Craving, Contentment and Dispassion, Week 2 – Meditation 30:06
Mark Nunberg
2022-03-21 Buddhist Studies Course: Sensuality, Craving, Contentment and Dispassion, Week 2 – Talk 37:53
Mark Nunberg
2022-04-04 Buddhist Studies Course: Sensuality, Craving, Contentment and Dispassion, Week 4 – Meditation 31:06
Mark Nunberg
2022-04-04 Buddhist Studies Course: Sensuality, Craving, Contentment and Dispassion, Week 4 – Talk 41:23
Mark Nunberg
2022-04-17 Spiritual Urgency and Renunciation – Meditation 36:03
Mark Nunberg
2022-04-17 Spiritual Urgency and Renunciation – Talk 36:42
Mark Nunberg
2022-04-24 Mountains Are Only Heavy if You Try to Lift Them: Understanding the Buddha's Wisdom – Meditation 35:34
Mark Nunberg
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