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Dharma Talks Access for Retreatants at Common Ground Meditation Center

Buddhist Studies Course - Karma and Dependent Origination

This class will begin with the study of the Buddha’s teachings on Karma – that intention matters. With a grounding in understanding the conditional nature of experience we will examine the Buddha’s insights into the causes of suffering and its release. The course includes Dharma talks, small and large group discussions, and guided sitting time. Participants will be expected to use the teachings as a focus of their meditation and daily life practice. Led by Mark Nunberg. It might be helpful during this course to keep in mind the last part of the Buddha’s five remembrances. It reads, “I am the owner of my karma (intentional actions), heir to my karma, related to my karma, supported by my karma. Whatever karma I shall do, for good or for ill, of that will I be the heir.”
2018-09-17 (50 days) Common Ground Meditation Center

  
2018-09-17 Karma and Dependent Origination - Week 1 - Intro and Talk 1:11:49
  Mark Nunberg
2018-09-17 Karma and Dependent Origination - Week 1 - Chant and Meditation 12:37
  Mark Nunberg
2018-09-24 Karma and Dependent Origination - Week 2 - Chant and Meditation 29:16
  Mark Nunberg
2018-09-24 Karma and Dependent Origination - Week 2 - Talk 39:29
  Mark Nunberg
Audio becomes poor about 11 minutes into talk due to microphone issue
2018-10-01 Karma and Dependent Origination - Week 3 -Talk 63:38
  Mark Nunberg
2018-10-01 Karma and Dependent Origination - Week 3 - Chant and Meditation 30:17
  Mark Nunberg
2018-10-08 Karma and Dependent Origination - Week 4 - Talk 27:56
  Mark Nunberg
This recording begins 10 minutes into the talk due to a microphone issue.
2018-10-08 Karma and Dependent Origination - Week 4 - Chant and Meditation 30:02
  Mark Nunberg
2018-10-15 Karma and Dependent Origination - Week 5 - Talk 55:29
  Mark Nunberg
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