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Not Two, Not Even "One": Non-Duality in Theravada and Zen Buddhism by Ajahn Amaro and Joseph Bobrow RSS iTunes

Two teachers from the Thai Forest and Zen traditions explore the experience of non-duality in Buddhist practice and everyday life. Buddhist schools have diverse perspectives on non-duality: overlapping, complementing, and sometimes, through a playful exploration of differences, cross-fertilizing one another. A day of Dharma talks, meditation practice and dialogue.


Non-Duality - 5 Talk - (1 of 7) Ajahn Amaro 2007-06-23 1:17:44
Non-Duality - 18 Talk - (2 of 7) Joseph Bobrow 2007-06-23 57:09
Non-Duality - Morning Q and A - (3 of 7) Ajahn Amaro 2007-06-23 33:17
Non-Duality - Afternoon Q and A - (4 of 7) Ajahn Amaro 2007-06-23 31:09
Non-Duality - Afternoon Q and A - (5 of 7) Ajahn Amaro 2007-06-23 43:29
Non-Duality - Meditation - Q and A - (6 of 7) Ajahn Amaro 2007-06-23 45:27
Non-Duality - Q and A - Wrap Up - (7 of 7) Ajahn Amaro 2007-06-23 51:56

 

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