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Is Being in the Now the goal of spiritual practice? Is it similar to living like a canary in a cage?

On a retreat, Christopher offers an invitation to a participant to sit next to him at the front in the Dharma Hall to engage in a Dharma Inquiry. A single inquiry may last for a few minutes or up to an hour or more. These periods of inquiry contribute to insight and awakening for one and all in the Dharma Hall. Hundreds of these Dharma inquiries have been recorded over the years. Continue reading 



Seven Kinds of Karma. Do you need to give attention to any of them?

It is important to understand the essential meaning of karma. Continue reading 



Fundamentals of the Middle Way. Selection of about 182 Verses from Text of Nagarjuna, 2nd century Buddhist Sage

FUNDAMENTALS OF THE MIDDLE WAY
(Mulamadhyamaka-Karika). Written by Nagarjuna, the second century Buddhist sage of India. The Buddhist tradition often regards Nagarjuna as the finest in-depth commentator on the Buddha’s teachings on causes/conditions, emptiness and liberation. The verses serve as a reflection and meditation. The text begins with appreciation to the Buddha. Continue reading 



Mindfulness – Being Centred, plus a Guided Meditation on Integration of our Whole Being

The priority of connecting and reconnecting regularly, mindfully during the day, gives support to being centred and grounded. Continue reading 



The Cicadas interrupt the Dharma Talk. Reflections on Forest Meditation Centre, near Lismore, NSW, Australia.

Published in November 2022, Living and Working Together tracks the 50-year-old history of the Dharmananda Community in The Channon, near Lismore, NSW Australia. Continue reading 




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