Gregory Kramer offers a talk about awareness and release. Recorded in BC, Canada in September 2010.
Gregory Kramer speaks about how awareness releases the knot. Recorded in Eire, Tulloch during 7-day open retreat co-taught with Anne Michel. June 2010.
This talk considers how right effort and the calling forth of joy and curiosity cultivates a path of remembering and mindfulness for daily life. Recorded in Holland, September 2012.
In this talk, Mary Burns describes how we can have stability of mind even when changes happen in life and we take it personally, thinking things shouldn’t be as they are. We can guard the sense doors and know how to meet with awareness the worldly dhammas of gain and loss, praise and blame, pleasure and pain, fame and disrepute. When we know it, we can meet it in the way that it is, not in the way we thought it should be.
Gregory Kramers gives a talk on Cracking Hunger and Ignorance. Recorded in September 2010 in BC, Canada.
In this talk, Gregory Kramer describes how to bring listening and speaking into meditation while maintaining the integrity of practice. The four doorways of listening and speaking are: 1) mindful versus habitual speech; 2) relationship; 2) psychotherapy; and, 4) the meditative. Speech comes from and the development of a capacity for the auditory system to perceive. Through the enlightenment factors and the capacity to reside in loving kindness receptivity, meditators share the intimacy of the moment. Recorded in Kansas City, Missouri in May 2011.
Gregory Kramer offers a dharma talk on how Insight Dialogue Disrupts the Structures. Recorded in 2007.
In this talk, Gregory Kramer begins with the question, “What is the spiritual path for, why am and how am I doing it?” He continues to explain how the human is hindered by ignorance and fettered by craving.
In this second part of the talk on Liberated through Sense Contact, Phyllis Hicks describes how we keep it real by being here now with what is here now. By bringing presence to the difficulty and knowing the reactivity, the mind grows bright and we can know what it is to be caught. We are cultivating a path that leads to the cessation of suffering.