The Dharma of Climate Change

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1 year 7 months ago #111811 by Olivier
Here is a great talk by Rob Burbea that I'm listening to right now, and it's about this, the connection between meditation practice and engaging with the sufferings of the world : dharmaseed.org/teacher/210/talk/13850/
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1 year 6 months ago #111946 by Kacchapa
Just registered for this, Bhikkhu Analayo is amazing.
Mindfully Facing Climate Change
An Online Lecture Series
With Bhikkhu Anālayo

www.buddhistinquiry.org/resources/bhikkh...term=Register%20Here

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1 year 5 months ago #111951 by Tom Otvos

Kacchapa wrote: Just registered for this, Bhikkhu Analayo is amazing.
Mindfully Facing Climate Change
An Online Lecture Series
With Bhikkhu Anālayo

www.buddhistinquiry.org/resources/bhikkh...term=Register%20Here


How interesting that I am now reading, based on a recommendation, his "Satipatthana Mediation: A Practice Guide". He is a very clear communicator.

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1 year 5 months ago #111952 by Kacchapa
I read up on Bhikkhu Analayo a few years ago and read/heard some interviews. At that time if I remember correctly his practice regime was to sit solo retreat for 4 days a week and then do intensive translating for 3 days. Evidently he was a leading scholar/translator of Buddhist texts and an accomplished meditator. He said that because he didn't have the emotional distance from his work that other academics had he was much more productive. At some point I think he said he'd accomplished his translating goals and decided to go on to intensive meditation practice and teaching. He's German but spends a lot of time in Barre, MA.

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