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Wisdom: What is Dukkha? “The Denial of Dukkha”

Wisdom: What is Dukkha? “The Denial of Dukkha” Dukkha is often translated as Suffering, but this definition tends to create complications for us. It can better be understood as Unsatifactoriness. “The word dukkha is made up of the prefix du … Continue reading

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Wisdom discussions in May 2017

The BSBC will be discussing Wisdom each Monday in May after 7pm meditation period. The aspect of Wisdom in our practice is the parami of Panna. How is wisdom different from knowledge? Emptiness and The Three Characteristics fall under this Wisdom category … Continue reading

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Buddhist Psychology with Jack Kornfield

I was lucky enough to have attended a 1 day workshop in NYC yesterday led by Jack Kornfield, “bestselling American author and teacher in the the Vipassana movement in American Theravada Buddhism”. The main themes of the day were around … Continue reading

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