Dharma Talks

Video teachings with contemporary Buddhist teachers

2014 Archive

A Zen Approach to Conflict

Diane Musho Hamilton

How do you deal with the inevitable conflicts in your life? In this online video retreat, Diane Musho Hamilton, Zen teacher and professional mediator, will guide you through getting past the traditional fight-or-flight response and show you how to approach navigating conflict fearlessly and with innovation.

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Embracing the Mad Mind

Ruth King

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In this retreat, Ruth King will guide us to recognizing our own “mad minds” and present a series of techniques and practices to free ourselves from its grip and embrace our capacity for love and joy.

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Parting from the Four Attachments

Lama Jampa Thaye

Lama Jampa Thaye

In this retreat, Lama Jampa Thaye guides us through the Four Attachments, exploring the ways in which the mind, even for practitioners of the dharma, can create pitfalls and traps that lead one astray. By untangling these four attachments, we can discern further into our own motivations for practice, and adjust ourselves on the path.

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Real Happiness at Work

Sharon Salzberg

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In this retreat, Sharon Salzberg offers meditations for accomplishment, achievement, and peace in the work place. Guiding us through practices that have application in both the professional and personal realms, she outlines an attitude to achieve real happiness at work.

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