Please support Dharma Seed with a 2022 year-end gift.

Your donations allow us to offer these teachings online to all.

The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
Dharma Talks given at Cambridge Insight Meditation Center
2013-01-16 The Four Most Difficult Things 69:29
Jack Engler

2012-10-03 Wisdom and Compsassion at Work 41:41
Claire Stanley, Jack Millett

2012-08-08 Metta 40:13
Chas DiCapua

2012-07-25 Who Do You Think You Really Are: Explorations of the Self 65:25
John Peacock

2012-06-27 Perception 56:03
Sayadaw Vivekananda

2012-05-09 Engaged Stillness 40:05
Larry Rosenberg
Breath awareness, glass in hand and clear seeing.

2012-03-14 Lessons from the Kalama Sutta 28:31
Thanissaro Bhikkhu
The Kalama Sutta is most famous for its encouragement not to place total trust in traditions and texts, but it also encourages you not to place total trust in your sense of reason and preferences. So where can you place your trust? This talk focuses on the dilemma posed by the sutta's recommendations, and the way in proposes out of the dilemma.

2012-02-08 The Hand that Sees 48:45
Matthew Daniell

2012-02-01 Engaged Stillness 63:18
Larry Rosenberg

2012-01-25 Faith in Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha: What Do I Believe 48:59
Joseph Kappel
In this talk Joseph speaks about faith in Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha and how belief and faith are interconnected. The intricate and interwoven nature of these is central to one’s humanity and critical to deepening one’s religious and spiritual life. He relates it in very personal terms using his own journey as a former soldier and monk to reveal how this sojourn we’re on, is one that offers multiple opportunities to take strides along the path to liberation from all that binds one to the perpetual wheel of samsara (myriad births & deaths).

Creative Commons License