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Eugene Cash's Dharma Talks
Eugene Cash
I am intrigued by how we can live the 'holy life' as lay people. How do we erase the imaginary line between formal sitting practice and the rest of our lives? How can we bring full engagement to formal and informal practice? Is it possible to embody, in our lives, the understanding and insight that comes with intensive training? And can we live our lives in a way that expresses and continues to deepen our realization? These questions fuel my practice and my teaching.
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2018-11-30 Day 4 Instructional Sit (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 54:50
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Seven Factors of Awakening
2018-11-29 Day 3 Instructional Sit (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 55:27
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Seven Factors of Awakening
2018-11-27 Investigation (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 52:46
The function of 'dhamma vicaya'-Investigation in the service of awakening. How investigation is understood traditionally as well as conventionally. What arouses and sustains ones investigative awareness in formal meditation and life.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Seven Factors of Awakening
2018-10-07 Earth Care 2018 40:06
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community
2018-08-12 Mind and Nature 58:06
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community
2018-06-09 Miracle of Aging, Letting Go and Awakening (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 51:59
Aging brings many surprises. We can develop a ‘big picture’ that includes the wisdom of equanimity and relaxation. This wisdom of not clinging or letting go is fundamental to the Buddhist goal of awakening. It also can arise as we age, let go of everything, as we see that we can’t actually hold on to anything. The freedom of letting go is part of the fruit of practice and aging.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Aging, Dying and Awakening
2018-06-07 Maranasati: Mindfulness of Death (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 56:31
Mindfulness of death is both personal and impersonal. Eugene gave a picture of his experience of death and it’s relationship to his personal practice that included his time as a hospice volunteer/trainer, as a son caring for his dying parents, and, his near death experience. He also outlined Buddhist teachings about death in the Theravada and Zen lineages.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Aging, Dying and Awakening
2018-05-27 Noble Eightfold Path (Right Livelihood) 56:41
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community
2018-05-20 Noble Eightfold Path (Right Action) 56:46
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community
2018-05-13 Noble Eightfold Path (Right Speech) 54:34
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community

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