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A Buddhist Perspective. On Emptiness, Mindfulness, Views, Experiences, Conditions for Suffering, Truth, Behaviour, War etc.

In September 2017, Lila Kimhi, a senior Dharma teacher in Israel, and I met for an in-depth Dharma exploration on a range of topics. We recorded the exchange consisting of Lila asking me a range of questions addressing issues that practitioners often bring up. Several of her questions or concerns were on behalf of meditators. She is a friend for more than two decades. Continue reading 



ZOOM AUSTRALIA. Mindfulness. Insight Meditation. Freeing up the Heart-Mind. With Christopher. In Australia time. Sunday 12 June to Tuesday 14 June 2022.

Join our three sessions per day on Mindfulness, Insight Meditation and Freeing up Heart and Mind. Continue reading 



This weekend Queen Elizabeth has been sitting on the Throne for 70 years – an Equanimity Portrait. Buddhist meditators often struggle sitting through a seven-day retreat. But…

This weekend, the Queen of England has been sitting on the throne for 70 years. I remember my mother buying a 12 inch (30 centimetres) black and white television with a very grain screen in early June 1953 to watch the Queen’s coronation in Westminster Abbey. Continue reading 



What is the Ultimate Truth? What is the relative truth? Guided Meditation. Talk. Q and A. with Christopher. On Line. Sangha Live. Sunday 5 June 2022. 20.00 – 21.30 CET

In the spiritual, mindfulness, religious, Buddhist circles, we use the word ‘practice’ with frequency. Practice provides a genuine sense of development, of moving forward, while a fading of practice can give the sense of being stuck or slipping back into old patterns. Continue reading 



Psychedelics and Meditation: Theories, Evidence, and Future Directions. A Talk by Marco Schlosser

Marco Schlosser offers a thoughtful 90-minute talk with summary/bullet points on screen on meditation, psychedelics and more. Marcus encourages exploration of the meditation experience and looks at current research on psychedelics. His talk is a contribution to understanding the dynamics of meditation in the context of contemporary views and points the way forward. Continue reading 




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