Best dharmadhatu podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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This session we complete the section of the root text on the teachings of Mañjuśrī, from “All ultimate sādhanas are synthesized as follows… .”This section of the teachings outlines one by one the elements in classic stage of generation sadhanas from the point of view of the Great Perfection. Before we begin the text itself, Alan dwells for some ...…
 
Topics include: - dissolving grasping at permanence of things (Dudul Dorje (space), Longchenpa (certainty)) - counteracting faults of benefit and harm (Saraha) - collapsing false cave of hope and fear (Vajrapani) - the one nature of all phenomena as the ground (Dorje Drolo) - terms (vidya, jnana, dharmadhatu) URL for Flipchart folder: http://im ...…
 
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Natural Meditation podcast
 
The wisdom taught in Mahayana traditions opens us to others in compassionate intimacy not only through insight into their condition but also through recognition of the ultimately undivided nature of all that exists. The non-dual wisdom of emptiness recognizes all beings as undivided from oneself in the empty, inter-dependent ground of all thing ...…
 
Topics include: - 3 inner preliminaries (guru yoga, companions as viras and dakinis, compassion for sentient beings) - 9 yanas (shravaka, pratyekabuddha, bodhisattva, kriya, charya, yoga, maha, anu, ati) - 5 poisons & 5 wisdoms (ignorance, anger, attachment, pride, envy & dharmadhatu, mirror-like, discerning, equality, all-accomplishing) - 4 mo ...…
 
Alan starts by explaining that there are two approaches to Mahamudra: the Vajrayana and the Sutrayana. The Vajrayana approach is embedded in the Kagyu tradition, where Mahamudra is placed in the culminating phase of the stage of completion. The assumption is that you’ve already laid a solid foundation in Sutrayana practice – bodhicitta, realiza ...…
 
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Shamatha, Vipashyana, Mahamudra, and Dzogchen
 
In this morning’s teaching Alan elaborates on the notion that rigpa is right where we are looking when observing the mind. But do we see it? We are looking right at it but not seeing it clearly due to the thick layers of obscurations. However, one crucial theme that pervades all levels of observing the mind, from the coarse to the most subtle, ...…
 
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Shamatha, Vipashyana, Mahamudra, and Dzogchen
 
Alan introduces the afternoon meditation by making a few comments about space. Our most primal space is the substrate. In dreamless non-lucid sleep, in anaesthesia and at the point of dying the substrate consciousness dissolves into the substrate. Even at this point, however, a sentient being still has consciousness, as opposed to e.g. a glass ...…
 
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Shamatha, Vipashyana, Mahamudra, and Dzogchen
 
Alan begins by unpacking the distinctive characteristics of consciousness, which help us identify it vs. anything else that is not. Its characteristics are luminosity and cognisance. It’s very important to know experientially what we are talking about, and find the referent for each of these terms. There are two legitimate meanings to define th ...…
 
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Wind Of Buri - Cities In The Clouds
 
Tracklisting: 01 - Robin Mahler - Dharmadhatu 02 - Steve Grams - Running Out Of Time 03 - Faro - Bridge Of Sighs 04 - Der Waldlaufer - Beyond Horizon 05 - Riffi - Let Me Know 06 - Evalue - Dreaming Mechanizm 07 - Ligea - Hydrogen 08 - Koalips - Numb Boy 09 - Libido-Mortido - Consept Of My Brain 10 - V I S O - Observer 11 - Artenovum - Timeline ...…
 
Alan starts by emphasising that in the stage of generation, knowing the emptiness of self and of phenomena is indispensable, and yet there have been many stories where simple tibetans, with hardly any understanding of madhyamaka but having deep faith, have visions of Tara, Chenrezig, etc., and get blessings from them. Alan continues by discussi ...…
 
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Fall 2015 Stage of Generation
 
Alan draws an intriguing parallel between the timing of the treasure trove of Buddhist teachings becoming available outside of Tibet in the latter part of the 20th century and the receptivity of a Eurocentric audience. Taking Finkelstein's panoramic view of the history of science from Aristotle to quantum cosmology, he finds a profound resonanc ...…
 
Alan begins by addressing the differences between a complex negation and a simple negation. He also makes further comments on the qualities of the space of the mind, inviting us to look into our own experiences to see whether the qualities he proposes for investigation are true or not. The space of the mind is three-dimensional, transparent, de ...…
 
In today’s session Alan talks about the importance of purification and accruing merit in order to proceed quickly along the path. The Sanskrit term for merit is punya, and it literally means power. It is that which propels you along the path. And if you want merit to really flow, then think about what Atisha said about the ability to accumulate ...…
 
We speak to the writer and Zen Buddhist Kevin MacNeil about his favourite word, dharmadhatu.
 
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Meditation - NYC
 
Progress toward the Dharmadhatu taught on July 11, 2014 as part of the series Meditation - NYC
 
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Meditation - NYC
 
Patience to see Dharmadhatu 2 taught on June 24, 2014 as part of the series Meditation - NYC
 
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Meditation - NYC
 
Patience to see Dharmadhatu 1 taught on June 20, 2014 as part of the series Meditation - NYC
 
In the praise of the Dharmadhatu 6 taught on June 13, 2014 as part of the series Meditation - NYC
 
In the praise of the Dharmadhatu 5 taught on May 30, 2014 as part of the series Meditation - NYC
 
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Fall 2013 Shamatha and the Bodhisattva Way of Life
 
Silent session, followed by one question regarding the origin of people within a lucid dream. They all stem from the substrate consciousness. Even when lucid, they are not puppets on your string. As the relative dharmadhatu has no clear boundaries, it is porous so it is possible for a visitation to occur. There are accounts of people having vis ...…
 
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Alan Wallace Fall 2012 Retreat Podcast: Vipashyana, Four Applications of Mindfulness
 
Teaching: Alan completes his commentary on the section on mindfulness of phenomena in Ch. 13 of Shantideva’s Compendium of Practices. Composite phenomena are impermanent and unstable, rising quickly and passing away. This points to impermanence and relative reality. Although this is just the way things are, people may react with depression to t ...…
 
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Alan Wallace Fall 2012 Retreat Podcast: Vipashyana, Four Applications of Mindfulness
 
Teaching pt1. Alan completes the 2nd cycle on the 4 greats with great equanimity. Literally, it refers to freedom from attachment to the near and aversion to the far. There is nothing closer than our own awareness. Thogyal—direct crossing over or leaping over—means traversing the bhumis in leaps and bounds to complete enlightenment. Meditation. ...…
 
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Alan Wallace Fall 2012 Retreat Podcast: Vipashyana, Four Applications of Mindfulness
 
Teaching: Alan continues with verses 85-87 in Ch. 9 of the Bodhicaryavatara covering components of the body. Just as we examined the body, we now examine parts of the body, going all the way down to the atomic level. As long as something has attributes, it can be divided further. The Vaibashika view contends that while we view the world with ou ...…
 
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Alan Wallace Fall 2012 Retreat Podcast: Vipashyana, Four Applications of Mindfulness
 
Teaching: Alan draws the teachings into the 21st century by dedicating this session to a brief history of science culminating in the view according to quantum mechanics. Early scientists like Galileo were devout Christians who attempted to understand reality from God’s perspective. The real world must be out there because 1) stuff happens when ...…
 
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Alan Wallace Fall 2012 Retreat Podcast: Vipashyana, Four Applications of Mindfulness
 
Teaching pt1: As we revisit this section, Alan will present teachings from the shravakayana and dzogchen. According to the shravakayana, nama rupa should not be understood as two entities but as a single activity of experience. Nama (naming) is the subjective experience of identifying an object. Rupa (all appearances) is the objective experienc ...…
 
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Alan Wallace Fall 2012 Retreat Podcast: Vipashyana, Four Applications of Mindfulness
 
Alan recounts the story of how Shariputra and Maudgalyayana first encountered the teachings of the Buddha. “Those phenomena that are causally created, the Tathagatha has shown their causes and he has also shown their cessation. Thus, the teaching of the Great Sage.” Normally, we identify strongly with subjective impulses and objective appearanc ...…
 
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Alan Wallace Fall 2012 Retreat Podcast: Vipashyana, Four Applications of Mindfulness
 
Alan elaborates on settling the mind in its natural state. While developing the 3 qualities of shamatha, we are observing external appearances and the (relative) dharmadhatu dissolve into the substrate and our mind (subjective mental events) dissolve into substrate consciousness from the perspective of the substrate or our best approximation th ...…
 
How the Dharmadhatu pervades everything (3rd part).
 
How the Dharmadhatu pervades everything (2nd part).
 
How the Dharmadhatu pervades everything.
 
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