In his second address at SAND 18 Europe Mauro Bergonzi reminds the audience that it is the mind that turns now into past, present and future, and there is no way to leave the now. He compares the search for the absolute to searching for darkness with a flashlight, and points out that this can go on and on—but only until the batteries run out.
When even the sense of being collapses into the utter simplicity of what is.
We look back at a selection of talks of Peter's from SAND conferences and host a discussion about his history with science and spirituality
Touching into listening, embodiment, the shadow, and devotion with teacher and author Ellen Emmet
The meaning of death and dying in a death-phobic culture and more on Sounds of SAND Episode 2
The process of dependent origination is sometimes said to be the heart or the essence of all Buddhist teaching. What is described in the process is the way in which suffering can arise in our lives, and the way in which it can end.
A dialog between two modern spiritual teachers on the nature and wonder of the heart
For many meditators, reclaiming an awareness of feelings is a long and difficult process. Yet in Buddhist psychology bringing consciousness to feelings is critical for awakening.
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