Tue, 26 April 2011
We are happy today to bring you a wonderful dharma talk on the Discourse on Loving-Kindness by Thay Phap Hai. In this talk, Thay Phap Hai guides us in a deep introduction not only on the text, but also how to use it in our daily lives. He urges us, in this and in all the teachings, to always ask ‘how does this apply to my situation?’ He also touches on the Four Divine Abidings and how to practice the ‘radiations’ or metta meditations. We are urged to look deeply into, What is it that separates us? What is it that brings us together? There is a handout that you may wish to print out as you study this talk. The Pali Language version, an English Translation, as well as the version in our Chanting Book (Chanting from the Heart) Can be found here:
May you benefit from and enjoy this talk and may your face be radiant like a ripe fruit just plucked from the tree.
Tue, 12 April 2011
The Deer Park Podcast team hopes you enjoyed the Course on the 14 Verses of Meditation. Now, we are happy to resume our schedule of offering talks from Days of Mindfulness at Deer Park. Thich Phuoc Tinh, known to the Sangha as the Venerable, here offers a forthright guide to everyday practice. The Venerable shows us how a steady mindfulness practice can whither away our sorrow and anger, and allow us to understand that all our reactions and emotions come from within us.
This dharma talk was offered for 2011’s New Year, during the Holiday Retreat, and reminds us to be sure that our practice isn’t only for when were on retreat.
Please enjoy these offerings, and may they guide us through a wonderful 2011.
Direct download: New_Year_2011_-_Venerable_Phuoc_Tinh.mp3
Category:dharma talks -- posted at: 2:59 AM