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In 'Mindfulness of Reality', the excellent Kulananda (Michael Chaskalson) brings a welcome compass to the maze of Buddhist teachings around the nature of existence itself. After all, it's not easy, is it? Impermanence, dependent arising, becoming, etc. - it's enough to make anyone think twice. Or a thousand times. And still get nowhere. But fear not - this is a clear, concise, eminently human and straightforward tour of the last of the traditional four levels of mindfulness. And Kulananda's approach is born of his experience of over twenty year's teaching on just this kind of thing. Ready? Then in we go...
Kulananda/Michael Chaskalson has published widely on many aspects of Buddhism and meditation, and runs a variety of mindfulness-based stress reduction programmes for use in personal and business life.
Talk given at Cambridge Buddhist Centre, 2000
|Mindfulness of Reality (41:09)|
Total running time: 41:09