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Ep. 155 - Insight Into Not-Self with Gil Fronsdal

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Offering listeners insights, stories, and guided imagery, Gil Fronsdal describes the idea of the self as an anchor.

This recording from the Insight Meditation Center was originally published on Dharmaseed.org

This week on the BHNN Guest Podcast, Gil teaches us about:

  • Ideas of the self as an anchor
  • The three characteristics of inconstancy, suffering, and not-self
  • The Buddha’s views on the self
  • How thinking about the self actually takes us away from the self
  • Staying with the flow in meditation
  • The suffering found within ‘me, myself, and mine’
  • A dharma story about zen master Suzuki Roshi
  • How most concepts are based on relationship and comparison
  • The pain in basing our joy off of the comparison to others
  • Conventions, constructs, and rules
  • Becoming wise to the projections of the mind
  • Trusting the practice

“The purpose of this deep meditation is to help us to become free, help us to lift up the anchors so we’re not held back, not limited, so we don’t set ourselves up to be washed over by the floods that come.” – Gil Fronsdal

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In a world that often feels like it's teetering on the edge, it's not surprising that so many of us grapple with feelings of instability and overwhelm.

On Tuesday, December 19th, join acclaimed Buddhist meditation teachers Sharon Salzberg and Ethan Nichtern for a free online conversation on staying grounded, available, and engaged, even when the world is on fire.

Sharon and Ethan will also discuss the upcoming Dharma Moon Yearlong Buddhist Studies program and offer their insights on how studying Buddhism can help us show up more fully for ourselves and others during these challenging times.

Visit dharmamoon.com/event for more info and to reserve your free spot!

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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Offering listeners insights, stories, and guided imagery, Gil Fronsdal describes the idea of the self as an anchor.

This recording from the Insight Meditation Center was originally published on Dharmaseed.org

This week on the BHNN Guest Podcast, Gil teaches us about:

  • Ideas of the self as an anchor
  • The three characteristics of inconstancy, suffering, and not-self
  • The Buddha’s views on the self
  • How thinking about the self actually takes us away from the self
  • Staying with the flow in meditation
  • The suffering found within ‘me, myself, and mine’
  • A dharma story about zen master Suzuki Roshi
  • How most concepts are based on relationship and comparison
  • The pain in basing our joy off of the comparison to others
  • Conventions, constructs, and rules
  • Becoming wise to the projections of the mind
  • Trusting the practice

“The purpose of this deep meditation is to help us to become free, help us to lift up the anchors so we’re not held back, not limited, so we don’t set ourselves up to be washed over by the floods that come.” – Gil Fronsdal

----

In a world that often feels like it's teetering on the edge, it's not surprising that so many of us grapple with feelings of instability and overwhelm.

On Tuesday, December 19th, join acclaimed Buddhist meditation teachers Sharon Salzberg and Ethan Nichtern for a free online conversation on staying grounded, available, and engaged, even when the world is on fire.

Sharon and Ethan will also discuss the upcoming Dharma Moon Yearlong Buddhist Studies program and offer their insights on how studying Buddhism can help us show up more fully for ourselves and others during these challenging times.

Visit dharmamoon.com/event for more info and to reserve your free spot!

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

  continue reading

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