Thich Nhat Hanh: This is an excerpt of a talk at the Sandy Beach Hotel in Da Nang in April, 2007.
by Thich Nhat Hanh: With great understanding, you are no longer afraid of being born, of dying
Thich Nhat Hanh: Remove wrong perceptions and you remove suffering.
by Thich Nhat Hanh: Suppose your partner says something unkind to you, and you feel hurt. If you reply right away, you risk making the situation worse.
by Tara Brach: Over a decade ago, a small group of Buddhist teachers and psychologists from the United States and Europe invited the Dalai Lama to join them in a dialogue about emotions and health.
Ken Wilber discusses seeking enlightenment in the modern World in this clip from the new DVD “Spirituality in the Modern World: A dialogue with Ken Wilber and Traleg Rinpoche”
by Bill Harris, Centerpointe Research Institute: This is Bill Harris Director of Centerpointe Research Institute and I am here today with Ken Wilber,
Adyashanti reads and interprets Sandokai.
Adyashanti speaks about the different forms of wanting and how it displays the idea of the separate self.
Talk from a retreat with Adyashanti.