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Jay Michaelson's Dharma Talks at Barre Center for Buddhist Studies
Jay Michaelson
As someone who began teaching in the 2000s, I am enormously grateful to those who have come before me -- and interested to bring new perspectives and sensibilities (generational, queer, multi-traditional, justice-focused) to the timeless truths of the dhamma.
2022-10-03 Yom Kippur for Buddhists: A Survive-and-Thrive Guide 1:18:16
For practicing and non-practicing Jews (and allies) alike, Yom Kippur presents an invitation and a challenge. On the one hand, it is very widely observed -- often with family -- and invites a kind of introspection familiar to lovers of the Dharma. On the other hand, Yom Kippur can be profoundly alienating in its approach to ethical refinement, its theistic liturgy, and its contemporary cultural trappings. In this session, Jay Michaelson explores some Dharmic practices, texts, and wisdom for making the most of this "retreat of retreats" (Shabbat Shabbaton).
2016-12-06 Hindrances 1:10:13
Jhāna and Insight
2016-12-04 When Harry Met Sariputta - Opening Talk 1:12:47
Jhāna and Insight

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