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March 26, 2011. 97-minute dharma talk given in English, with consecutive translation into Thai, with Thich Nhat Hanh on the second day of the Understanding Our Mind retreat at Mahachulalongkornrajavidhayalaya Buddhist University (MCU) in Bangkok, Thailand.
The recording begins shortly after the dharma talk begins, but only a few minutes are missing. The first part of the talk is a lesson on inviting and listening to the bell. The product of this practice is the energy of mindfulness and concentration. In the second part of the talk, we learn more about the practice of walking meditation. The final part of the talk is an exploration of topics such as manifestation, subject and object, mental formations, body, mind, and consciousness. This is all part of Buddhist psychology.
The talk was given in English and Thai at the same time and is available below for listening or download. You may also view the video.
Thank you for this wonderful talk. Everything we need to know to embrace our happiness is in this talk.
Well many a time I have thought the same exact thing….it is way more difficult to do just that; live without expectations. Even small things, when you call some one you expect to talk to them or when you leave a message, you expect a reply.