03Sep/18

How the World Came to Be: the Shurangama Sutra VI

Buddha’s most eloquent student explains how the world came to be, touches on Freud, hints at the best practice for our time, and a wide range of other interesting subjects using analogies. This is the 6th lesson to the 2018 Teaching Series on the Buddhist text that teaches listening as a form of meditation and a most powerful mantra for those interested in enlightenment for themselves and others.
27Aug/18

Two Ways to Create a Sanctuary: the Hard Way and the Easy Way – the Shurangama Sutra XI

A dedicated space for practice! It’s an energetic and physical place you can build for yourself or a community. This is the 11th lesson to the 2018 Teaching Series on the Buddhist text that teaches listening as a form of meditation and a most powerful mantra for those interested in enlightenment for themselves and others.
24Aug/18

Listen Your Way to Enlightenment: the Shurangama Sutra VIII

Hear about how your hearing can be a meditation leading to the source of compassion, courage, and wisdom! From the sage of compassion herself! This is the eighth lesson to the 2018 Teaching Series on the Buddhist text that teaches listening as a form of meditation and a most powerful mantra for those interested in enlightenment for themselves and others.
21Aug/18

How 25 Sages Reached Enlightenment: the Shurangama Sutra VII

Know any enlightened beings? Hear 25 of them tell their own path to enlightenment. And of course how you can too! This is the seventh lesson to the 2018 Teaching Series on the Buddhist text that teaches listening as a form of meditation and a most powerful mantra for those interested in enlightenment for themselves and others. (The sixth lesson by Purnamaitreyaniputra will be up soon!)
19Aug/18

Key Components that Delude but to be Transformed into Inroads to the Source: the Shurangama Sutra V

Do the essential physical senses we so depend on really help us advance spiritually? Yes and no. See how we can transform the fundamental core composites to us and the world us. This is the fifth lesson to the 2018 Teaching Series on the Buddhist text that teaches listening as a form of meditation and a most powerful mantra for those interested in enlightenment for themselves and others.
21Jul/18

2 Types of Erroneous Vision: the Shurangama Sutra IV

You ever see rainbow halo? You ever see rainbow and wonder if people on the other side of the arc see it? What might these questions have to do with ultimate enlightenment, the divine Source? Hear an explanation here. 2018 Teaching Series on the Buddhist text that teaches listening as a form of meditation and a most powerful mantra for those interested in enlightenment for themselves and others. This fourth lesson focuses on two erroneous types of vision that, if understood and through practice, can be transformed into insight.