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Do I have the right to be angry? No. But….

No word has an independent, self-existent meaning. The meaning of every word depends upon the general agreement of those who use it.

Take the word Anger for example. See its meaning in the Buddha’s teaching, which has a similar meaning in widespread public use.

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The Dharma of Non-Duality. With a verse from Wannabe by the Spice Girls

This is a transcribed, edited and adapted talk on the Dharma of Non-Duality. 2760 words. Eight-minute read. Continue reading 



A Guided Meditation. Talk. Making Amends. Transformation of the Old. Atonement.

Tovana, a Dharma network in Israel, invited me to offer teachings on Yom Kippur, two major holy-days in the Jewish calendar. Tal of Tovana hosted the sessions.  I gave six 60-minute sessions, three sessions on Day of Repentance and three sessions on Day of Atonement on 3 -4 October 2022. See previous blog on Day One. Day of Repentance. Continue reading 



Guided Meditation/Talk on Regret/Remorse/Repentance/Suffering from the Past

Tovana, a Dharma network in Israel, invited me to offer teachings on Yom Kippur, two major holy-days in the Jewish calendar. Tal of Tovana hosted the sessions. I gave six 60-minute sessions, three sessions on Day of Repentance and three sessions on Day of Atonement. Continue reading 



Sgt Pepper established The Beatles as The Buddhas of Rock Music. Intro, short comment on each song with some lyrics

I remember sitting at the top of a cheap hostel in Istanbul in late June 1967. A young American turned up and pulled out a copy of the latest album from The Beatles called Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Continue reading 




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