Christopher Titmuss Dharma Blog

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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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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 



THE PRECISION OF PALI (the language of the Buddha). Past. Present. Future. Hope. Explore the subtle meaning to change your view of time and a positive desire

The teachings make clear our view of what is viewed matters as much as the viewed of the past, present or future. Continue reading 



I Experience Fear around People who Express Strong, Aggressive Views about Others. What is your response?’

Edited email and Response to a Concern Around Fear and Aggression

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MINDFULNESS OF THE BODY SCAN. The Reason. The Application. The Practice. The Benefits

MINDFULNESS OF THE BODY SCAN.

In his masterly discourse on Mindfulness, the Buddha encouraged mindfulness of the body. Continue reading 




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