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OUTLINE OF DHARMA INQUIRY ON A RESIDENTIAL RETREAT

Dharma teachings relate directly to experience and insight. The teachings do not require a religious or theoretical belief system.

This makes Dharma Inquiry an essential feature of the teachings alongside ethics, mindfulness, meditation, love, wisdom and liberation. Continue reading 



Inquiry. Projecting authority onto Mother. Projecting Authority onto Doubt. 1-1 with Christopher

This is a transcription/adaption for reading of an Inquiry on an Insight Meditation retreat with myself. The person has given permission for the recording. The Inquiry sessions take place regularly on the retreats. Inquiry may last from a few minutes to 30 minutes or longer. Continue reading 



A Question on Practice/Liberation in Dharma teachings

This is an edited/adapted question and response at the end of my commentary on Zoom with the Sangha on the Discourse on the Greater Cessation of Craving/Desire given by the Buddha (Middle Length Discourses. 38). Continue reading 



Sex. Identity. Gender. LGBTQ+, Non-Binary, Animals, Rights and Dharma. Are we a narcissistic species?

I regularly refer to women and men in public talks or men, women and children or all sentient beings. Continue reading 



Beyond Distraction. by Shaila Catherine. A Book Review

Dharma teachings/practices have a great strength to them. These strengths include the capacity to focus on direct experience, develop or transform these experiences giving nourishment clarity and insight to our daily life. Continue reading 




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