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Ask an Acharya about Vipashyana

Date :
09 Nov 2008

Location: Online
Teacher: Acharya Gaylon Ferguson


with Acharya Gaylon Ferguson

“The Buddha taught that to wake up from the dream of bewilderment and suffering, we first need to sit still and take a deep breath. Peaceful abiding is that deep breath, a way to strip away the chaos of bewilderment and find some basic sanity. But peaceful abiding is only the beginning of the spiritual journey. Simply withdrawing into the stability of our own minds could turn meditation practice into just another way to shop for pleasure. Instead, with this healthy sense of self we can look more deeply into the meaning of our being. We can take meditation further by using insight, vipashyana in Sanskrit, to reflect accurately on our own experience and on the nature of existence."  -Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, in Turning the Mind into an Ally 

COST: The suggested fee is $10 per person, and the generosity policy applies—you may pay less if necessary, or more if inspired to support Shambhala Online activities. Teaching gifts can also be submitted online.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: A computer with a wired, high-speed Internet connection.

Please note: Recordings are made over the Internet. Their quality cannot be guaranteed.



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