Friday, April 29, 2016

Recollection Of Generosity by Dawn Neal

Dawn Neal began contemplative practice in 1997. She started practicing Insight Meditation and Sōto Zen after being exposed to biofeedback in 2004. She is currently earning an MA from the Institute of Buddhist Studies and Sati Institute, and receives mentoring from Anālayo Bhikkhu and Gil Fronsdal. Dawn temporarily ordained in Burma in 2009, and was authorized to teach loving-kindness by Sayadaw U Indaka. She teaches meditation, mindfulness, and loving-kindness in Buddhist, clinical, and educational settings. A volunteer in the Dharma community, Dawn has also served as a commissioned interfaith chaplain.

This is the third talk in the speaker series titled "Recollective Meditations."



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Friday, April 22, 2016

Recollection Of The Dhamma by Tony Bernhard

This is the second talk in the speaker series titled "Recollective Meditations." According to Tony Bernhard, the Noble Eightfold Path is the Dhamma to recollect because each of the path factor leads to the cessation of suffering, and thus, to the goal of liberation.




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Friday, April 08, 2016

Recollection Of The Buddha by Shaila Catherine

The Buddha taught a broad range of meditation practice -- far more extensive than simply observing sensations and breath. Practitioners can use six classic meditation subjects to nurture calmness, focus attention, inspire patience persistence, gain confidence in the efficacy of the path, and contemplate the nature of kamma, action, and mind. The six recollections are: Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha, Virtue, Generosity, and Heavens.


This is the first talk in the series, Recollection Of The Buddha and is by Shaila Catherine.




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