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Bodhipaksa joins the host of Buddhist Geeks, one of the internet's best-resourced Dharma podcasts, to explore the Buddha's teachings on impermanence and the phenomenon of 'change blindness.' They also explore a central Buddhist meditation practice, the six-element practice - one of the primary methods found in the earliest strata of Buddhist teachings. Finally, they explore the importance of Enlightenment, what is traditionally called stream-entry, but which Bodhipaksa refers to as 'entry-level enlightenment.'
This is a fascinating and helpful discussion of a key area of Buddhist practice - how to find the joy in the arising and passing away of all conditioned things!
Many thanks to Buddhist Geeks and Wildmind for permission to republish this recording here.
|Living As a River - Buddhist Geeks Interview (34:41)|
Total running time: 34:41