35 Burst results for "Society Of"

Here's What President Biden Should've Said in Buffalo

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:25 min | 4 hrs ago

Here's What President Biden Should've Said in Buffalo

"So visit America that I'm inviting you to has president, who would have gone to buffalo, and set essentially as follows. My fellow Americans, this is a fundamentally decent society. This sick young man represented an infinitesimally small part of our population. Sick people who believe in sick ideas are to be found in every corner of political life. It has always been so and tragically will always be so. But fundamentally this is a country that has phenomenally successfully uniquely successfully. Passed the test of the most multiracial, multi religious, multicultural. Multinational country in the history of the world. And to say otherwise is to smear the greatest experiment in human diversity that has ever been. Engaged in.

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LBJ and the Issue of Fatherless Birth Rates

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 1 d ago

LBJ and the Issue of Fatherless Birth Rates

"Talk about some issues. Just Larry is a font of stats. And he just spewed out these stats on the stage. And when he said, more than 70% of all black children are born to fatherless homes. You go, you know, how much money has government spent on the minority betterment since the great society. What's 19 says? So let's 50 years. Right. And the poverty rates, they're not lower. The poverty rates are the same or higher. But the fatherless birth rates have exploded. So how do we even begin to grasp that nettle if there's an incentive? Well, I think that one of the things you have to look at, the answer to that really for starters goes back to LBJ. I'm going to have these inwards voting Democrat for 200 years I'm going to lock them in. I'm going to, I'm going to buy the vote. Absolutely. And then you go and you look at how they fundamentally broke apart the nuclear family, which you still happening today. Which was in the BLM. Website until they scrubbed it. It's really scrubbed it. But that was, you know, there's nothing new under the sun. You know, these guys are doing the same thing over again. But back then, it was, hey, if you had a certain income level, which husbands or fathers were most of the times the breadwinner, if you had these income level, you didn't qualify for X, Y, and Z and so dad started walking away so that families could be supported on these government programs. That translated and devolved really into fatherless homes and man, you break apart the nuclear family, and we see the negative impacts of that in community still to this day. And so they knew what they were doing. It was systemic and LGBT LBJ told us. Right. He told us, he gave us the answer to the test and years and years and years later exactly his prophecy if you call that his coming true.

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This Republic Can't Move Forward With the Left Dividing People

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 1 d ago

This Republic Can't Move Forward With the Left Dividing People

"We have no future like that There is no way this constitutional republic moves forward In a society where the left can say whatever the it wants whatever it wants summer of rage I've thought often about burning down The White House that diploid Madonna Maxine waters If you see Republicans out there whatever you confront them you tell Trump supporters I mean if we can not simply can not continue forward as a republic I mean that again in the literal sense there will be no republic left If the left is hell bent on creating a system where one side has access to due process both legal and moral and the other side is nothing and is to be treated like a second class citizen second question and a bunch of dogs You're to be treated like animals Well muzzle you when we see fit will accuse you of the most awful crimes being a racist of trans a phobe homo foot any time you open your mouth we can not continue forward The good news here is I'm telling you the tide is turning The left is tried this model so many times folks there's a shooting Oh you're all murderers you know civil liberties advocates that fight for the right to defend yourself in the Second Amendment You're murderers If the race there's a narrative of race narrative to be played you did this Fox News killed people Dan bongino Tucker Carlson you killed people You got blood on your hands They've tried it so many times The good news here is it's wearing off You can only be called this stuff so many times before people just start to gaff you off

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Seth Gruber: Assumed Premises Can Destroy a Nation

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 3 d ago

Seth Gruber: Assumed Premises Can Destroy a Nation

"Of development? I mean, come on, we're sophisticated people, Seth. You're trying to tell me that, you know, we have to get rid of birth control and all this. These are wonderful technological advancements we're told. And it makes life easier. Why should we inconvenience people? If you want to it's just a smidge, just get rid of the smidge. Yeah, yeah, yeah. There's a lot there, right? But that's what's the problem of living in a culture of death that has abandoned the moorings of a judeo Christian worldview. Is now we're lost at sea. And so what you said is very common to what we'd hear someone saying, of course. I hear it all the time. But by the way, I don't believe any of this stuff. Of course. But the point is, I'm trying to get everything you say there. Is packing pounds and pounds of worldview assumptions. Yes. And the window has been moved so much. That's right. And Reagan once said that the most dangerous ideas in a society are not the ones being argued for, arrhythmia C is Lewis, are not the ones being argued for. They're the ones being assumed. Yes. Because assumed premises, especially when undetected, can destroy a nation. You see, people tend to work out the logic of their position through their choices. And those choices reveal their deeply held worldview assumptions. But Charlie, how many people know why they believe what they can believe and can articulate a political and worldview vision that motivates and animates their beliefs, very few. But they're still operating off of those deeply held assumptions. And so when for the listeners of your show, whenever we're talking about these pro abortion arguments, people will just drop these lines that pack thousands of pounds of worldview assumptions, but they have no idea what they're operating off of. And so the job is an ambassador for the unborn and ambassador for Christ, a watchman like Ezekiel is in scriptures to be able to understand that and articulate that. Okay,

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Trans Women to Be Jailed With Actual Women

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:20 min | 5 d ago

Trans Women to Be Jailed With Actual Women

"San Diego county ordinance lets trans women be housed in women's jails and shelters, so if a man says that he is a woman, he or she, I'm taking no position on that right now. I call people the way they look and the way their names sounds. If you honor society by looking like your gender, then I will honor you by calling you what you look like. If you have contempt for the normative binary division, then I will not honor your contempt. That's all I have a very rational, if you will, wait of addressing that issue. However, if you are a male and you say you're a female and then I put you in jail with women in a women's jail. The I believe that whatever indignity has been thrust upon you, a danger has been thrust upon. And normal, or if you will, normative, anxiety has been induced in nearly all the women.

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Elizabeth Warren: 'I Believe in Democracy'

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 5 d ago

Elizabeth Warren: 'I Believe in Democracy'

"Elizabeth Warren who lied her way through her career Her training to be a Native American In indigenous individual Is a nitwit I want you to listen to this I mean this is absolutely shocking Cut ten go I believe in democracy And I don't believe that the minority should have the ability to block things that the majority want to do That's not the constitution Okay let's stop Let's stop stop I believe in democracy And I don't believe that the majority of the minority should have the ability to block things that the majority want to do That's not in the constitution First of all she cites the constitution I thought they hated the constitution Remember It's written by white straight male slave owners And of course that's not true of all But it doesn't matter It is the document of a white dominated white supremacist society And yet they cited all the time Isn't it amazing

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Where Is the Democrat Party Blueprint?

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 6 d ago

Where Is the Democrat Party Blueprint?

"I've asked where is the Democrat party blueprint Where can we read it They want to create a society in lieu of our constitutional republic Well can we read their proposed constitution But they can't provide it Oh they have proposals and agendas and but they can't provide it And if they did provide it would be meaningless Because of this permanent constant counter revolution that they are involved That's why they're always angry That's why they're always protesting and that's why they are always violent Violent propaganda and rhetoric I've been thinking about the riots of 2020 Why do the press keep calling violence Arson Burglary Assault and battery even murder mostly peaceful Why Because in many respects they were behind it I don't mean they organized it But they provided the megaphone For the violence and the rioting and the world on the cops and the world on the civil society And so did the Democrat party

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Why Director Tracy Robinson Created New Film 'The Matter of Life'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 6 d ago

Why Director Tracy Robinson Created New Film 'The Matter of Life'

"Show today, and I certainly do. We have Tracy Robinson, director of the new film, the pro life film, the matter of life, Tracy Robinson, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks for having me. It's an honor to have you. I mean, I was getting prepped for this segment. I was asking your team, I was like, so what is she is she the director and they're like, yeah, she's the director, the writer, the producer, the executive producer. She financed the film. Before we launch into it, I want to play just a quick promo from the movie, so to kind of get our audience in the vibe and understand what we're dealing with here. Cut 72 play right now. I think this is the battleground culture issue in America today. I believe that being pro life is the most progressive value that we can have. She's got to know when she takes that pregnancy test. The hurt church is not going to treat her like the pharisees tried to treat the woman caught an adult shop. As the church we can't just vote pro life, we have to be pro love. That's just a 32nd. I know you got a lot some longer trailers as well. Tracy, but tell us about this film, tell us why you made it. The timing is unbelievable with the Dobbs leak, justice Alito's majority draft opinion. What made you make this film? Well, the matter of life clarifies the abortion issue, we tackle the issue of abortion from the science of embryology, the history of how we got to this point in our society. And we also incorporate powerful personal stories redeeming personal stories of people overcoming just tremendous circumstances, and we also highlight just the amazing things that are actually going on in the pro life movement right now, particularly around the pregnancy care side. And what sparked the vision for this film was actually, when I first heard the pro life case, this was back in

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Sen. Paul: The Left Is Afraid of Speech, Becoming More Authoritarian

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | Last week

Sen. Paul: The Left Is Afraid of Speech, Becoming More Authoritarian

"Well, it's not a free society. If you can't make your case or you're not allowed to make your case, if we're going to edit speech, that's just not freedom, as any of us know it. But the irony is, is that there used to be people on the left who actually did believe in freedom of speech. This was something that brought libertarians on the right together with civil libertarians on the left. And there was a great defense of the First Amendment, the Fourth Amendment. There were these coalitions. But the left is largely abandoned. There are civil liberties sort of, their libertarian roots. And the left now is becoming more and more authoritarian. They are afraid of speech. They want to regulate speech. But there are people on the right that want to do this too. So when we talk about the disinformation board, we have to realize that there are proposals in Congress from Republicans to have boards that will determine speech and regulate big tech and say, oh, this beach can or can not be done because it's going to be regulated by government. I'm much more for the wild west. There's lots of information out there. There are millions or at least tens of thousands of choices you can look towards and really change the channel. You don't like that opinion. You don't think they're telling the truth. Change the channel, whether it's radio, whether it's the Internet or whether it's television, there are more choices now than there have ever been, but we do have to be worried if government is going to get involved in this space.

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Charlie's Advice for Students Being Alienated for Their Beliefs

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | Last week

Charlie's Advice for Students Being Alienated for Their Beliefs

"I was wondering if you could give some encouraging words to students who are being alienated by teachers. Their communities and their friends because of their Christian or conservative values. That's a really important question. So students that raise your hand if you think you've been great at differently or treated differently because your beliefs basically every hand goes up. So that's right. Marco says worth it. Yeah, look, I want to say this. So there's a disagreement on the right. And I have a lot of respect for Ben Shapiro, but he has a different answer than I do on this. And I'll kind of say this. So Ben, and this is not precisely your question, but I'll incorporate it. So the question, here's the question, do you lie on your term paper or how you present yourself to your professors to get a good grade? That's a question a lot of people ask, right? It's easier to kind of hide and to not confront things. So Ben says, yes, lie, misrepresent your beliefs, get the good grade and get through college or high school. I see it differently. I do not believe getting a good grade is nearly as important as creating strong people, filled with integrity, willing to fight for truth at all. And so now why am I bringing this up? Because if you wanted to kind of, those of you that are conservative, wanted to have an easier life than just pretend to not be a conservative and just keep your head down and just pretend to be something that you're not and delete your social media. I think there's a lot more important things in life than that. So the word of encouragement is this first something that is true that you don't want to hear and then something that is true that you probably will want to hear. It's never going to stop. You will be harassed called names, demonized, victimized. You will be smeared and slandered. You will lose a lot of your friends. And you'll doubt whether it's all worth it. Sound fun, right? Well, here's the second thing though. You will be a stronger, tougher, more resilient person that will look around at your peers one day while they're worried about whether or not they're being called the right pronouns, and you will be you will have your direction, you'll have resolve, you'll have an intestinal fortitude. You'll have Gusto that will run circles around an increasingly fragile society and you will have what is so lacking in America

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Joe Biden's Silence on THIS Is Dangerous

The Trish Regan Show

01:49 min | Last week

Joe Biden's Silence on THIS Is Dangerous

"Let's turn to our top story. The Biden administration's total utter failure to recognize the danger of protesters gathering outside our chief justice's homes. Despite a weekend of pro choice activists, harassing Supreme Court Justices at their homes, The White House has stood by and really not done anything. They didn't say anything. Until Tuesday, days later, and that's when their press person, Jen Psaki, finally came out and tweeted at potus strongly believes in constitutional right the constitutional right to protest, but that should never include violence threats or vandalism. Yeah, you think? Judges perform an incredibly important function in our society and they must be able to do their jobs without concern for their personal safety. I just want to know where's the president himself on this? Why hasn't he come out? And said that, why didn't he tweet that? You know, one has to wonder at what point will our country blame President Biden if these protests get out of hand? Because you see by staying silent, isn't he effectively egging on his supporters? Oh, I can think of someone that they would have said that about. Right? Yeah, look, it's wrong. It's just wrong. Any way you slice it, he needs to get out in front of this. He needs to set some kind of standard as the president. But you understand, of course, he can't, he can't, because this is politics at its worst. You see the Democrats now know that they have totally failed to control inflation. They know that we lost too many people in that quick exit out of Afghanistan. They know that the border situation is out of control and they know Americans are struggling as they watch this tragedy unfold in Ukraine. So sadly, it all means they got nothing to run on except for, oh, the Supreme Court issue.

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Pastor John Amanchukwu on the Danger of the Word 'Justice'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | Last week

Pastor John Amanchukwu on the Danger of the Word 'Justice'

"Way. Why is the black community not saying, hang on, why are they so keen to abort our black children and they're using Democrat money and then the Planned Parenthood is funding Democrat candidates? Can't they put two and two together and say they're coming after Ross pasta John? Well, yeah, they have sold us a bill of goods. Here's the thing. When you slap this sexy word called Jessica on a thing, it seems sanitized or moral or right, you know? We're going to support reproductive justice, you know, we're going to support transgenderism justice or justice for those individuals who are hated by society. And so when they do that, people begin to say, you know what? Well, maybe, you know, everyone deserves justice or maybe when they call it a choice or a woman's right to choose people like that thought process, you know, because a woman wants to make her own decision about what she should do with her body and what a life, but they never finish that statement, a woman's right to choose to do what? Yeah. To kill a life within her womb. Now that baby should have rights and it does, but in this nation we have refrained from allowing the baby in the womb to have his or her inalienable rights.

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Best Coffee (MM #4066)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Best Coffee (MM #4066)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I'm a casual coffee drinker. I just know two kinds of coffee. Good coffee and bad coffee. I don't know how you make good coffee. I don't know how you make bad coffee, but when somebody hands me a cup of coffee, I can tell you if it's good or bad. And that's the funny thing about coffee people. They all have feelings about coffee. They all have their opinions when it comes to places like Starbucks, people either love it or hate it. Some say it's bitter, some say it's burnt, some say it's the worst tasting coffee out there, and then some will tell you it's some of the best coffee out there. But I saw a story online the other day about 8 coffee shop chains with the best quality coffee in America. Some of which I've heard of, but don't know much about. The coffee bean and tea leaf over a thousand locations worldwide, some of the best coffee around. Likewise, for Pete's coffee and tea. But the one thing I noticed about it, all the big chains that are everywhere, nowhere to be found in this list. And I don't know if that's good or bad. Because the person who wrote it has got to be biased, because for coffee lovers, there's no gray area. You love it, or you hate it, but sometimes you just can't explain why.

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Belly Fat (MM #4065)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Belly Fat (MM #4065)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I talk, I wouldn't necessarily say often about being a fat guy about being overweight and body fat is a problem for me, specifically stomach fat, or visceral fat as they call it. Abdominal fat. So I have a lot of articles pop up in my news feed. When it comes to being fat, being overweight, belly fat, all those things. And I saw a story the other day and what I believe was the publication, eat this, not that, which I see a lot of their stories, talking about tricks I can use to lose my visceral fat. Genius visceral fat losing tricks. The first one was meditation. Then, of course, work out being number two. Well, duh. Number three, way and measure your food. There's another duh, then of course the one that I've been yelled at for years, putting your sleep first, making sure you get 7 or 8 hours. I've been trying for a long, long time to get 7 or 8, but somehow people don't want to give me that time. Where's the genius fat loss tricks? Oh wait a minute, meditate. Yeah, I don't know about that. I've got a lot of friends who meditate. I don't have any problem with meditation, but losing fat with meditating? Come on, you got to be kidding me here, right?

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Bad Son (MM #4064)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Bad Son (MM #4064)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. It's Mother's Day and I don't often admit when I'm a bad son, because I try not to be a bad son, but I think today I officially fit the ranks of being a bad son. Now with that said, the reason why? I thought Mother's Day was next weekend. I realized there's this thing called Google, and there's this thing called a calendar, and you can go look and it'll tell you when Mother's Day is. But I automatically, for some reason, thought, well, it's got to be next weekend. It's the second Sunday of the month. Although I realized, well, the first of the month was a Sunday, and so therefore, may 15th is the third Sunday of the month. So I was wrong. So I didn't send my mother a card. I will call my mother as I do each and every Mother's Day to talk to just say hello and kind of spend time with her. I know if I were a better son, I'd actually go visit her, but it's one of those things we've lived apart for so long. It's just easier to talk over the phone rather than see each other because it's both tiring and expensive for both of us. So I'll say hello to mom and that's a great thing. She's only been my mom for over 60 years, so but I'm a bad son today. I'm going to own up to it. I'm going to put it out on the Internet for everybody else to hear. Of course, luckily my mom's not on the Internet, so she won't know a thing.

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"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

10:17 min | 10 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"A hello and welcome everybody to wednesday night meditation here. The buddhist society of wnba led to introduce myself. My name is sandra handbill. Non-party put a society k group. And before i get started with. Tonight's talk just like to remind everyone that the caroline is now open so the number appears at the bottom of the screen and we run these wednesday night. Meditation classes streamed on youtube and with our friends in the room to sort of engender a sense of kellyanne meter amongst the lay community. We live that when the buddha laid the foundations of semi talked about four pillars. There was the the monastics the monastic women. The nuns the monastic men amongst delay men and women. So my friends and i'm bakery. Decided we would do something to bring the community together. So that's where wednesday night. Meditations have come from and we run them to coincide with the caroline thing open so volunteers that in a little house behind does and now. They're ready to listen to anyone who liked to liked to be heard. And before i forget the other important unaided to toe you was. It's archer brahms big birthday on the weekend and if you go online you'll see the details for global meditation global metter meditation events. We'd like to invite as many people as possible to join in in the celebration of brahms the to raise the vibrations of meta around the club. Because he is so dearly loved and makes wednesday not because of the Global metro north and there will be bestow calm but is certainly a lot happening around the buddhist society so on the night of like to Introduced to tonight's topic which is why its attention for modern times. So a bit of a laudable tato but where this came from with next blend was a investigation of the suitors in particular this term urine. Assu manage dicara so when we talk about wise attention. What do we actually mean by. And when you broke it down to its components back to the pali language which is the language of the status. Yona sir derives from the word all would source so when we talk about your nisa it conscious words like wisely properly judiciously in a wave bears fruits. So it's referring to the source. Kara when we break bet Mana referring to the mind manas a lucrative location of the mind and car doing acting working it also has a a meeting of appropriateness soul to be fara so when we talk about your honest manager. Kara allies attention. What we're talking about the work of the mind going back to the source. That's quite a lovely lovely description. Given by adam. Brown said the work of the mind going back to sauce. And that's what we do. When we meditate we go back to the sauce and the other thing. I found really interesting when i was reading suitors. Around your monitor car. They start in a very similar way and was attention. Is kinda like the dawn before sunrise so returning to that sauce. It's the precursor to the noble eightfold path. So that's what. I wanted to focus on tonight any other. The other thing. I wanted to to say. Is you know when we watch the news when we look at what's appearing on youtube what's appearing on the internet. You could be forgiven for thinking. The world just seems a little off kilter at the moment and it's easy to feel a bit overwhelmed by a bit anxious orbit bit stressed main. We have earthquakes earthquakes but floods and fires and covert and all of these things. It's really quite extraordinary. And it's part of what makes it. Stressful is seeing all of that is separate to ourselves and you hear politicians. And so it's a dangerous place and it sort of reinforces this concept separateness and as what. I was really interested in when i was reading. Some routings by leading into nisar she was saying is buddhism becomes more influential in the west many practitioners academics and activists look to buddhism for answers to to the most urgent and crucial issues of the time of our time the first bainer protection of our planet and the second eradicate discrimination against half its population in a she was writing about climate change and the treatment of women at the time. And it's interesting. When i pulled face nights together it was before coverted taken off than those may to campaign in there was greta. Bloomberg was protesting around climate change and it is just so many things happening in the world but what buddhism officers is recognition of the interdependence of things and. I'm going to read the sucks at such this. Oh beautiful. These words so buddhism recognized as being independence of all things. This means we exist in a web of life which we are all connected so for example act of survival depends on humans evolving out of an ego consciousness that falsely believes it exists in an independent state to individuals itself. Has its own necessary function. But when the truth of independence is constantly denied. That when we sell cells is other. We've become imprisoned. It might be a very attractive prison. But the depths of the mines energy and be trapped into reactive patterns of fear and desire so the lack we feel that burns so deep continually generates an insatiable restlessness that fuel-cell poignant destructive and ultimately futile attempts to control own dominate. The world around a heavy stuff. I guess one of thirty to this is when we meditate so the need to focus on those more embodied practices so we know longest see ourselves. We realized that we are interconnected with the world around us. So just raid one of your before we start the meditation. Meditation over into the felt. Experience of body is a good starting place and is primary to the buddhist teaching. It reconnects is to the energetics of being. Within a relational field. L. forts they make us feel independent and separate but sensitivity to the in ogetti experience of embodiment reveals. How deeply interconnected. We are with the world around us. All of which can be accessed through awareness practices so bringing attention to the body. it's feelings sensations. It's not easy until we develop some meditative capacity but it's important so when we increase body awareness that opens is beyond cognitive inter different way of knowing one that's born of contemplation. So that's kind of what we aiming for when we meditate.

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"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

04:21 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Did a website hang on a moment in this heaven of yours. Identify believe in heaven but to me apart of cash it is like heaven is so wall so fragrant is my food. I don't know what foods you eat but imagine being born living in a part of food which you really liked the most and he said this is here any. Is there any cow. Who up in heaven couching in heaven. Oh come on. It won't be if that's filthy stuff there. Hey be careful w offensive. Be next to you but to me. It's home as though the heavily big could not convince the world to come to heaven you saw. It can be a bit more aggressive. So they haven't been graph to wear try. Put it out. The part of cow poo to take him to him. And if i only show you what happened is like i'm sure that you understand. It's much better than being born and living in a part of cowper say grabbed the where but the worm didn't want to go because the web was slot was was covered. The slimy stuff the worm just was so stitchery could escape when a worm escaping right down to the deepest part of the cow poo. We know friendship is so great. The heavenly been didn't give up. Just imagine if that was a queen elizabeth and she put her hand into calpe to try and save something that would be such a wonderful sacrifice would heavily been is much higher than a queen puts handwriting her his handwriting there to try and find his friend the world eventually found him and then try to put him out again but every time you try to put him out. There were misconduct and went deep into the side of shit in the end in the end the heavily being had to go to heaven and leave. Were to the pile of cow shit. The worm was afraid and scared of reviving his cow shit. That's why the person who says. Sometimes they're scared in meditation where you scared scared of leaving the cow. Shit your attachments. And for the people here for the last thirty eight years. Ever since i i kinda purse to pull you out what ago. And that's the end of the story. That's what people get really offended. But they get the message today. Say oh yeah. I got a few more lifetimes in parts of cash. It okay anyway your throat. Exactly please miss anyway anyway. The questions has enough then because people will love they were laughing their heads off in entities. Who when i told those stories so there was call themselves now. The and on the gu cheng trying to get them out of their cow. Okay now still ahead of you..

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Buddhist Society of Western Australia

06:58 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Wrong with that. I saw things in a different way in examinations. Sort about the person individualism eager sense of self me beating my best friend. That never made sense to me. When i was young. Of course never makes sense in life either. This not who which is the best buddhist society melbourne who is the best buddhist group member. Who's the best buddhist in the best buddhist group that doesn't make any sense to me at all what it makes a lot of sense because we're in this together. We have this beautiful relationship together. That's what we make perfect this out of kindness and joy. You can make that perfect. You can't make a person. Perfect person is is basically part of nature and being a forest mark. You learn so much from nature. One of the things which i learned from nature. Tell the story almost every week. But it's such a beautiful story keeps coming up this story begaid. It's alive during a mental health. Week when i was invited to a seminar mental health here in perth australia and always willing to a hand rescues about us and so i was asked to give it a session. They called it clients of the mental health service as well as the people who were being through terrible terrible situations and we're still being treated by psychologists psychiatrists and who knows who else and also a few of the professionals the The people who are looking after them sitting in the back remember this going in there and telling them about the stories of the trees in the forest one of my favorite stories. Because i'm a forest monk by live in forests australian forests over entire that seventy jungles. I would go to sri lanka indonesia in the concrete jungle. Sometimes you get notch voices well jungles beautiful places in any way that i said that next time you go into a forest or even a wood somewhere please try and find a perfect tree via perfect tree. I even defined it for them. Why which is straight with. All the branches and the tweaks perfectly aligned with only green leaves no yellow or brown leaves and the green bay's with no box on them. You can see when the trees have been offended by some box because they get bit eight hundred chewed apologies for the technical issue. Everyone will be in touch with agenda. We hoped ican connect soon everyone. Meanwhile we have any question you can just scan the qr code on your screen right now and you can post your question to slide. It'll you can also for any questions that you find interesting so we can't off those questions in q. Can you hear me back..

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Buddhist Society of Western Australia

06:20 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"I'm gonna read out a few housekeeping news. Today i all participants audio and video functions will be switched off. He will not be allowed to turn it on throughout the entire events. If you do have any questions please posted on slide show. It is a platform to post your questions and you can vote for other people's questions as well that may or may not well. Maybe he would like it could be similar end. Maybe interesting for you. So please scan the qr code over here and Throughout the event itself our friends will be posting the link continuously on the check box. So you can click the link and submit your questions there. He's being formed that we will not read out all the questions need to time constraints but we will be covering those that are most voted on slider on. Good next likely. Okay so here. We have our donation links. This event is free for everyone to join in. But it would be great if you can help us by supporting to these donation links One is on the ropes and other requisites and another one is for the new bream on the street building fundraising okay. So let's now invite agenda to spotlight. Yeah of read a bit of a bio but you so yeah jen. Brown is a popular buddhist teacher. Known internationally in a growing community of people interested in meditation and deeper spiritual understanding. he's a cambridge graduate. He started a monastic lifestyle. In nineteen seventy four at the age of twenty three under the late time. Meditation master agenda in bunker china in bangkok thailand. So we invited new from the british society of western australia agenda moved to quit in nearly three and became the co founding monk and abbot up the body anna on a street where he resides in until today he is also known as the author of several books. Sold internationally some of them. You might have read before One of it is called opening the door to your which has been translated into twenty four different languages so agenda from frequently travels to throughout the entire world to give talks to large crowds whenever to invite a to teach people the past to inner contentment and peace so he never seems to stop giving and fine piece in the present always o. k. Without further. Ado i jen brown. The stages all yours crops. The stage could see the screed so mine now the first of all. That's when you said about all the books which i've written. It's not just one this many books and that's a big problem for me. Because i remember that when i was a young lay buddhist about nineteen or twenty. I went to listen to a talk by zen monk. This was some fifty years ago now and said monk. He gave me some advice. His advice was be careful. Never write a book because anyone who writes a book as to spend the next seven lifetimes reborn a donkey gotta lug duckie reconnect instill live through so please because many donkeys you meet. It might be one of the nice monks you know who wrote a good book. However ecorse i say such things and audit really meant to me was to tell me that you're gonna write a book for very good purpose and in a way which people can understand not theory because people can see siri all over the place but something which is more relevant to people's lives and today of course the topic of learning what is perfection and imperfection. And how do we deal with it. Then all the us which i being a monk. I still have an answer that question. What is perfect imperfection. Put it to the side instead of worrying trying to be a perfect monk on trying to overcome my imperfections instead you make peace with them all new for all of your characteristics. All of your may be saying the wrong saying saying it's city joke all of those things we've soosai unto. It's just your characteristics. Of course that. I i use all of these examples from mostly of my own life because i can trust those. I got a good memory. And i do always remember this growing up and try to be a perfectionist trying to be a perfectionist. I'm not quite sure what i had to do to be perfect and everyone was telling me what to do. And i wasn't really feeling in my own heart what i need to do to be perfect and they actually know what perfect is and one of the examples which taught me the meaning of perfection imperfection. It's an old story for my life. But when i did come over here to australia. I'm not sure if you know that why. I came to australia why i arrived in purse and the reason was once site became a monk and i was so inspired by being a monk with adventure. Nine years i stayed with jansher and it was such an inspiring example. That i made a vow. I made a determination that i would never ask to go anywhere away from our jansher. He would have to send me. He would have to say john from yuko over here. You over the an out. Make sure would stay there until he asked me to come back so where i lived was after my teacher at an shop and then what happened that they needed another monk in posts.

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Buddhist Society of Western Australia

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"We'd also like to thank. The buddhist society of victoria tremendous support and both collaborating entities citizen and buddhist union for all our hard work to make this event happen last. But not least thank you to all of you viewers for tuning into dom atop today both by zoom and youtube cds. Then we we all hope that you will find today's session Very beneficial and we hope that you can pass on down to your friends and family next. Let us pay our respects to the first nations people. We acknowledged traditional custodians of the various lands on which we worked today. And the aboriginal and torres strait islander people participating in this webinar. We pay our respects to eldest past present and emerging and recognize and celebrate the diversity of aboriginal peoples and their ongoing cultures and connections to lands and waters which we recite upon. Okay so now. We would like to introduce deputies youth communities hosting this event. I i'm going to introduce you about citizen. So we are dewitt. Society of victoria round young adults group. Our vision is to bring buddhist wisdom. Friendship and peace young adults are group hosts for nightly dumber discussions and other activities. Such as game nights panel. Webby nice and many more. So if you're interested in getting to know us better do. Look up. Our facebook and instagram page. Also to our website. Go to feed on that day you slash citizen now. I'd like to invite my friend jay slave. She's gonna explain a lot more about buddhist union bank's queen z for degree introduction. Hi everyone thank you all so much for being here with us today. Mining risque slammed from these union. Melbourne's first of all. I would like to use this opportunity to our speaker engine room where very humble and on their behalf you here today. Dr even partners society of victoria. Thank you for your hard work in making this event possible and last but not least star amazing community. We couldn't have done this without you for those of you. Who are new to this union melbourne. Who are indonesians. Witness youth community. The organiz weekly nama stumble visits and other community building events..

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Buddhist Society of Western Australia

09:12 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"This is the standard. I think that is the most appropriate one to take and it's a standard that the buddha said we should take because as buddhist or people interested in buddhism. You have to assume that. The buddha was a wise man. You have to assume that. The buddha was enlightened that he knew what he was talking about that they had a profound experience of his night. Enlightenment if you can't if you not assume that that about the buddha if you think the buddha didn't know then there is no buddhism. Buddhism relies on the fact. That wasn't lighten too but everybody else is uncertain everybody else. We don't know her even if somebody may appear very wise we cannot be as sure as we have to be with the buddha himself so that is essentially where we should place our faith and where we should place our sense of what original would is is all about and for myself as a buddhist monk i sometimes reflect to myself. What way do i what. What sort of teaching. So should i give. I sit up here and i get the chance to talk to lots of people and i had to be very careful what i say. I don't want to misrepresent the buddha. And i reflected myself that will any authority that i have as a teacher. I get from the buddha. If i sat here if i didn't if i didn't have a shaven head i didn't wear the buddha's robes i didn't have an arms bowl and it wasn't part of the sangha. Nobody will take me seamlessly and they were just think who is this guy. What does he wanna say here and fair enough. That's probably what the shouldn't say. That probably be right. It is because i'm a buddhist monk. And because i'm part of the buddhist tradition that again sense a certain authority as a buddhist teacher but didn't have that if i wasn't a buddhist monk i wouldn't have not authority so getting the authority from the buddha. You have an obligation to make sure that you teach. According to the word of the border at you say what he says. If you don't then you are basically not living up to your obligation. He gives you the authority and certainly you also have to act on those obligations to teach in the way that he taught. And this is what i try to do. I try to then to the best of my ability. And of course these things i never gonna be certain. And that's why you should always check everything. I say against the word of the buddha. Take it on trust or maybe take it preliminary on trust not absolutely on trust and then if you know what i'm saying seems to make sense then it's okay so that is original buddhism now. I want to move onto traditional borders. Meant to to to compare that original with isn't so we can actually tell the difference and one of the important things to understand in my opinion. Is that traditional. Buddhism started from the very beginning. The moment the buddha came into the world and he started to teach. You had traditional buddhism. Straight away here because once you start expressing that enlightenment experience once you start talking about it once you start making institutions like the sangha like the lay community once you start to act on this understanding you get traditional buddhism straightaway here and is very powerful to reflect on that very important understand that traditional buddhism was all the way back to the buddha. His is also. It's not as if everything the buddha dade was a result of his enlightenment experience. Not everything was a result of that. A large part of it was a result of the society around him. The way words were used the way to society was structured. All this kind of things were very important. In the way of the buddha taught and the way he established his religion in the world and to give you some examples of this take for example my appearance as a buddhist mark. Now the shape shaven headed for example is not a buddhist thing. This goes back before. The buddha is part of what is known as the summoner tradition in india. The seminars were like the set. Lake the recluses at that time the people who went forth from the home life and so it was part of a tradition india. That time it wasn't an invention of the buddha or the robes are wear these rogue is a roughly the same as we're also worn by aesthetics and recluses at that time. This again goes back to indian. Society is not a buddhist thing here the arms bowl that we have as buddhist monks the going into the village and receiving food from people. All these things are all the external things that we do. Our part of an ancient tradition. That goes back before the time of the buddha. These are not necessarily buddhist. Things are such. They are part of a much larger picture. Part of the tradition of indian society in those days and that is important to understand because what it means is that these things are not like absolutes. That would necessarily have to follow absolutely here. They are things that may be. There is some scope for adjustments with scope for looking at differently because they have always been traditional from the very beginning here and these robes that i'm wearing as a buddhist monkey or a buddhist nun wears not only are they part of this summoner tradition. The tradition of a set of time of the buddha at the in those days even the lay people would wear clothes. Roughly like this laypeople. Were there sarong an underarm. They will be an uproar which was a little bit short and this one but roughly like this so in those days there wasn't that much difference between the lay people and the monks main difference was not amongst had maybe a different color. they had simply simply close. That didn't have anything. Fancy they had a cloth was fairly. Ordinary wasn't too expensive so it was very basic but essentially that wasn't that enormous difference between laypeople and monks. So you can see again. It came from the society in those days. Of course now a buddhist monk you stand out like a sore thumb you look so different from everybody else but originally it wasn't like that and sometimes you think but what if the buddha had existed in the world today would he have used these sort of rubs and he might not have used these sort of role. Maybe we would have been wearing trousers and jackets rather than in these kind of robes. If the buddha had been around. Today i went back. I remember going back to norway about. This is about almost a year ago. Now and i usually meet up with some of my old university friends when i go there to talk to him about buddhism and all this kind of thing and last time i was i talked to one of my friends about these rogue robes and i said this is part of the very ancient tradition indian goes back a long long way and he said well. Those robes are really good. And he said that you should you should look upon those rovers as a case of branding. This is a really good brand. You got there because you have this. You have this wonderful thing called the buddhist religion and you have this wonderful product that you want to get out into the world and when you have a good product it has to stand out and here you have this great these wonderful role that made you stand out like in this way here so it is a case of from a marketing point of view. It's a win win. Situation the good product and it stands out like this. And i thought about that actually quite a good point and from but that's of course that's one reason why we shouldn't change the wrong because actually there are some very good reason for why we should keep them as they are and so the branding factor of the marketing factor is one thing. Another factor is tradition. And when i talk about the fact that we can't change things we can alter things. It doesn't mean that. I think that traditions should be overthrown. Easily that we should just throw things out because now in the modern world we need to do things differently from from it. Traditions are important because a tradition makes you part of something. It's party make part of the buddhist history part of a buddhist. You have a sense of being a buddhist in a different way. Part of a tradition. So traditions are important. And i never think we should throw those out lightly. My point is rather and this is one reason why these robots are important as part of a tradition. My point rather is that we need to understand the difference so we can change if it is really required so that is the first thing of traditional is actually monastic. Appearance is traditional is not really an essential part of the buddhist buddhism and other thing which is traditional and this may surprise you also is a lot of the institutions not of those things that were laid down by the buddha two and a half thousand years ago and some of the very important things also are more traditional than original buddhism and one good example is.

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Buddhist Society of Western Australia

06:18 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

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"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

06:18 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

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Buddhist Society of Western Australia

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

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"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

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Buddhist Society of Western Australia

08:00 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Be given so beautiful to do that and then you realize you made a mistake. The other person made a mistake shed it together and the child says making the same mistake again or something worse. Far you're learning you're growing you're trusting one another beautiful world that is of course a monkey will tell tell you that we always do this in monastery asking forgiveness of one another and the last little anecdotes before finish off an open up for questions. There's these two years and years and years ago both american marxist is when i wanna sweden. Uk opened up one of them. Was the out ex vietnam fit. I think he came here a few times ago at an under it was who is really tough guy really tough guy he joined the marines volunteered to join a vietnam. The join the The vietnam joy in the us marines to fight in vietnam. Why to get tougher. He said he was a streak in buffalo new york. Apparently before you know he joined the marines and he got shot in the back of the head in vietnam it actually literally knock some sense into him and eventually ended up as a mark but is really tough. Ed i said this to the moxie. They tell the story how he became my friend. Okay just a simple thing just by the way but he was one of my really good friends. Some forty eight items are injury at a brain tumor later on in this life but anyway that when we do chanting marks you've heard me to chanting this war. Uncharged there's only one chandra tweeter which can be by musical this called in fighting the the heavenly beings to before we do. The real chanting goes something. I'm not some us. Because i used to be purto. No mater may. But don i rest my voice as i'm getting old man but it said it's so sang so beautifully and all the other marks in no when he started doing this or the other might say no to me said. That's not why you're supposed to euro a forest about. You're not supposed to charter lights at the really. Put him down and he could see his body language. It was so sad. It really put so much effort and energy into learning that chart and doing it beautifully and how is such a junior monk so what i went out on whispered into his ear. I said this was a child. inviting heavenly beings at if i was ahead when being out of certainly calm. I said some nice did just that one responds. That made him a friend for life is amazing one kind words when everyone else was putting him down meant so much to him and he was such a tough mark. It was nice to have him as a friend. Abby how i was there at the time but apparently he was having an argument with another american makusa. An ex real estate millionaire a lot of money in real estate over a million and was exploring spiritual life and they're having an argument nose-to-nose neither would give in and the other max scherzer gain for authorities going to be a fight. This and apparently what happened was the one of the monks was an ex vietnam veteran. Ex-marine realize what he was doing. Just got a bit of mindfulness. And even though he was senior to the real estate ex-millionaire he went down to the ground. New batterman said please. I ask your forgiveness. I should have done just that simple seventy effectiveness from the vietnam vietnam veteran the real estate millionaire the birthmarks now and then both of them just burst outcry be they just heart each other. We'd wonderfully afraid of the time of that time when there was was smartphones could record is beautiful. Someone realized summit more important than being. And i was asking from this. We all make mistakes. None of us is perfect. We ought to stupid things we dated for. Say soy say. Please forgive me you forgive me. That is something we'll beautiful once that is said and done. That's it finished. Is it some of these old regrets going for year after year after year after year. How we wanna live. Instead we make mistakes we learn from it. We really do infamy. We do much better next time. That's how i taught in school. That's how we should live our life. So how many times have you done stupid things to me. How many sandra told you off were told you're forgetting me. She glasses. u2 nothing very. i'm very grateful for you. So that's a talk for tonight so any questions from anyone here or questions from the fro this. The most best buddhist society in australia is it. Perfect perfect it is the best put a society in way anyway. Six talks a. I won many times. When i met my whole body disappear like ford and asleep. Also you can't have falling asleep and okay you also you fall asleep when you hope what it is. That's just tiredness. Carry on meditating. Gets the point. We got full of energy. He's not sort of stressed out especially on retreats gone retreats. You can catch up on. Your sleep is no stress. You got nothing to do nothing to achieve. There's no stress in life. You don't have any sales targets to meet or somebody reports two to write it nothing to do totally free. Imagine that and then of course you know you catch up on your sleepiness and afterwards you know when the but it does appear who don't feel sleepy at all all the energy you had which was excuse me wasted in your search sites hearing smell taste touch.

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Buddhist Society of Western Australia

03:44 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"There's no when me sitting on the bottle being thrown off a getting boost and for years and years is much better to walk out of the arena interest. Go somewhere else but anyway it depends if that's your jaw a family to feed as a bit tough. So you do the best you can to remember. You don't work twenty four seven hours a week so you have your work and then go home and that home to go to hopefully physically slurs compromise got the other agenda used to call real home. That's when you cross your eyes go inside i. That's that is a place we you can find peace rather than word. You can't find that real places too much stuff going on. That's like nitsa me are big monastery to copter societies or over the price. Most of the things. I should be doing then. I'm a little bit responsible in a wise way to my can send what's going on outside. I got inside my heart. My mind mallika. That world spent some time in my real hub. Or i can feed on bliss dhamma and stuff so when i go out i'm really ready. Give me any bowl. Kick kick us in other words. You could the and that's why you could. Do you have a real price. We can go inside. The bag. spent has changed jobbing. That helped me write a book. After taking mitch from new fact i mentioned you don't know how to get one thrust you as gratitude As i started thinking of. Who's this me. I think leon side phone that helps me actually get a handle on the location est kind of understand that the is pretty much wellness. Nothing else fixed rate. It's not the villas is not me either. My mood prima knowledge is not meet. It's probably just is very own. Some b good enough for now for the time being. We'll see what happens afterwards. Thank you thank you okay great. Well thank you very much. I for the wonderful tool your patients with Answering so many of those christians will now To give the closing address streak. Well thank you so much for your inspiring talk tonight. I john and also forgiving toxins large since last saturday so The bs feels wishes satang. The best committee the organizers ab team especially strict in manhattan and all the volunteers have worked hard to prepare the in percent event which is not happening and also all the visual events. Thank you so much To everyone or joining these finish all good night. Good night all right bye-bye so it could be the personally but comes to.

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Buddhist Society of Western Australia

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Bigger picture and it also means the mesa easier fee that does stuff an anecdote i in a newspaper article i saw in thailand is ago. There was a beautiful young tyco and she said she's not going to get married. She had many proposals because you can recall her past life. Do you know what marriage is. She's been there done that so that was easier for to live more monastic life. She didn't become a non but she was just staying in the monastery. Most of the time leaving very simple life. So i can see there. That really helped her. There was another gentleman easter. Pr present of society of west australia before and he possibly question which turned out to be true one of the things which he did he was. Ozzie was a no go to the park and have a beer if now again as soon as he realized the truce of apostolakis regressions. That's remember this past life you gave up drinking kept the five precepts. That's pretty powerful. What am i doing this for just drinking. And just missing up this life so it does have some great benefits but if it should never expect damien. Thank you stays damian In you as unnatural. I mean could you from i can hear me now yes. I'm briefly before. He's by on the first jonah end. At the at the end of that reply his administration is year. Letting go of things. Can you define when you say. You're an ulcer deformities. You letting go of okay is we always tend to spy seeing once things experiences the whatever useful things we've guided as well. We worked hard for many people. Try hard things. Like john lewis and again very very frustrated even people who try to meditate to slam. Something about the best i find. I can't do it but then sooner or later someone comes. Do these things. These things happen when not doing stuff. And this is an automatic process of the mind. You close your eyes. And no you start lessening your control spoke now you just sit perfectly still control.

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02:05 min | 11 months ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"That go present moment. There is no pause. Just this this this being here. So we set ourselves that he cools go to bed. Or i going to do probably of meditation big code also future so whatever it aims and mine.

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"I think that If you put a lot of effort into right view you make everything else. Much easier and for the life person trapped in light will with. Tom won't be premium at the moment. I see right view is something that you can you can utilize on a daily basis and you can examine and investigate and think about. You can take it to work. You can take it to sport. You can have it in the family law and you can be thinking. What's the application here and you can. You can gain insights into wrought view in everyday life where you don't have to be seeing for an hour to die where you've got a doc in room in peace and quiet because for me at the moment is just not. It's just not possible with the baby in the house But i can can spend time on rot view. And that's because views more of a philosophical star waking almost do like theory physics experiments in your head whereas other parts of the path luck. The meditation will want from this Wrought speech sort of more. I guess not mechanical but more component driven aspects of the pa so right view you can take anywhere and any thoughts progress. You might on rye view a thick effect and improve the other seven parts of the of the path so i thought by smart talk on right view on the on something in the suits and got them all at home. But a lot i particularly like this one and I recommend getting it as a starting point if you don't have any sort of books it's fairly reasonably priced. And i think it's a very good distillation of the other four poly politics and it's got a right introduction as well this is available in allegri. The in the buddha's words by biting so as far as right view guys in the suitors there's a john norris discourse on it in the coa number nine and it wasn't given by the buddha it was given by sorry sorry put one of his disciples and he he gives broadly i- ways of approaching view of of arriving at the rot place. And these are all like in a spot is web. You can start on on a subject. That's quite different from number six. And you can still still get the and that's a good thing because people have different personalities and aptitudes and its handy that there's many different places you can stop to build your raw view. I'd write down some of the. I'm going to talk about one tonight but i wrote down some of the choices you have to contemplate to arrive at wrought view a mentioned in the text. And he's talking about the contemplation of consciousness contemplation of tights contemplacion's of what's wholesome and unwholesome contemplation before noble truths contemplation of aging and death. And the one. There's a few more. But what i'm going to talk about. Tonight is the contemplation of clinging. I'm going to call it attachment masuda so you can choose anyone. You want this one on contemplating at the moment and i chose arrived at attachment about two months ago. Desperately thinking how can i. How can i investigate this. Because attachment is something easy to relate to in the world because there is so much to be attached to you. Now you know regular lives sorry gives three main groupings for clinging attachment. He discusses sensual pleasures. Pledges he talks about attachment to views and opinions and he talks about attachment to our rules and observances which you could also interpreters -struction all the way that things set in society so i've been focusing on the attachment of sensual pleasures. And i haven't quite got around to views and rules yet but sensual pleasures isn't an easy one in lila specially in the twentieth century Really law is a is a pleasure done stance compared to living two thousand years ago thousand years ago. There's so much going on if you even think about easy level. Tv's radios posters foods vehicles the abundance of wealth. There's a there's a lot going on and it's interesting people say oh here. We are in the twenty first century. We get an fine every two years. Now it's fantastic netflix's on endless stream binging on tv shows. What more could you want. I think that probably living in the buddha's age that was much less complicated with less sensual pleasures. Probably had its benefits. And if you read the suit as you get the feeling that back in that bronze age period in central india north north central. There was a lot of spirituality. Going on there was a lot of different religious. Six there was a lot of philosophy going on. It was lauda air debates in public between philosophers and religious men. There were lots of monastic orders. Some of them close to buddhism. Some of them away off the mark on wacky but the thing is that people were trying and trying for something good because that would trying to better themselves and maybe they didn't leave as long and maybe they didn't have as many distractions and gadgets. But i feel that you could have have had more might have had a fairly feeling safe in a place like that anyway. That's that's an aside source thinking about attachment and sensual pleasures and kinda realization how difficult it is to discard or beat attachments. And i ended up doing a bit of an experiment on this one of my attachments at the moment is food put on fought kilos since we since we had the baby and Up in blaming it on the baby because he can't talk back but actually not him. It's make on definitely probably comforting. It'd be more focused. Things as stressful sleeps getting better now is at four months but it's a full on retain and probably being eating more than i should and.

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"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Getting angry by guilt. or what. wanna. Stan do something about it. See if you can end the harm which we've done in allies not by making more harm with anger with some social kind caring service and you find. You don't need anger anymore. Why get depressed. Get upset when there's another opportunity so typically and put us in. We always treat killed. Not just with forgiveness but with positive forgiveness. Yeah we put aside what we've done but your comic in debt pay it off by service and by healthy and to this day i tell people anyone who's got depression. One of the most effective ways of overcoming depression is not just taking drugs is not just meditation. There's some social service caring for others making your life worthwhile. And that soon gives you a huge boost of energy energy and inner self worth your depression vanishes pretty soon. You feel good about yourself. Says dead of solving problems with anger we solve it with compassion and wisdom and understanding. So if you does something. I'll never get angry yourself. Give yourself a does thought was forgiveness. Actually do something about a kandhamal compassionate person. Because i never seen anybody. Who's a bad person. Everyone's got the seat of goodness inside the because they have the seat of gordon's inside of the seat of good society. Plays count mikey equa- how and another people say getting angry at people. Just wear them. Our compaction just asked me the other day this evening. They said there was one of their friends is grief stricken because wife died very young and watch it. I said them down with compassionate compassion after awhile becomes every this double another prison story. One of the other prisoners which i was tasted taking of all these stories about knocking kindness compassionate instead of getting angry and after was all the prisoners in my difficult about seven of them. Complaint is all line to complain to among to say what you said is is of lavish when i say because i love the against them feedback but i know so occupied said no. It's not no it's not. I said no compassionate. She works. And i said it might work in a monastery in my even work and put his fellowship. Outliving your office out there on the streets in the real world. You have to get angry to solve problems. Is that right. And i said no. So he said. Let's prove it a test so i ask prisons in this whole prison here. Who's the person you hate the most straightaway why they all said the second satan. Yeah prison officer. They said he's a thought the worst kind. Give me some examples. There's a few days ago a few days ago. One of the business in tow his wife who was Financially during the really tough she managed to get a friend to give her a gift to the prison and this is the first time about three or four months. She managed to get the prison to see her husband. Soci- tina visiting time and his deputy senior officer saw before they could call this her husband prisoner to come to the visits through the officers sent him on an errand to a part of the prison where the pa system didn't read on purpose. So i sent this area so when the announcement came up with prisoner side smith businessman preschool services. You have a visitor. He couldn't hear it. The second officer knew this but he wouldn't tell anybody where the prisoner gone. Awesome again now after five minutes. Asthma after three announcements. Try to find when the did find him. Visiting hours out of bad luck he did it on purpose just to make life more miserable both for this prisoner and his wife. He was dark. So i said great that the any of you in this group have any contact with one of the guys said. Actually i my part of my job is to serve tea and coffee. Lot of ti-time in the morning a large time in the middle of the often. And you know this is. The english system was morning afternoon. Say all the time now. That's one of the reason why the british empire they lost empire because they were too busy drinking. See that's what happened when the japanese came to singapore too busy..

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"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

15:35 min | 1 year ago

"society of" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"To it's the end of its insightful. Conditions itself out again to finish in still was still consciousness. You can start to say. Abbas breath is being created inside that stillness to move in -rageous picks into move out and again to finish let stillness. that's new consciousness. This breath is being created in insides still consciousness and you can just watch the natural flyers that comes in and it flies out and you can are without any doubt that this is the second or third novel truth conditions conditioning flooring in and then a condition breath flooring out reconditioned again florian conditioning itself to flower. You can see this creation happening in your mind. Your mind bain flaw in the steelers notice. How beautiful let process is noticing the containment and the subtle happiness lizzy accompanying all of this this. I don't think could be talked about. Will be seen as extreme pleasure or happiness. It's very subtle lose your mind. Becomes more focused becomes more absorbed in the stillness that subtlety is exquisite has a beauty beyond compay. Amman is becoming very payson with that piece. It's being developed. there is also very obviously wisdom. That can be the so that we notice as as we're working with an upon he meditation with mindfulness of the breath. We're noticing the the two sides to the summertime. I saw the way that we are able to focus and concentrate him on the why that we're able to be mindful of it so the album to follow that concentration over a number of race keeping them on imprisoned in the assigned toll i. We're able to notice the wisdom side of the same element. The wisdom of this subtle joy in concentration brings us the wisdom of our mind the wisdom. That's there in the students of the mind when the mons not distracted around all dr long monkey mind So that's focused steady moving to the reality of the prison lined the truth and the beauty there in the present moment and we can see how compelling it is. This is where we're looking directly into truth directly into wisdom the more focused and the more concentrated. It is less distracted on the clearly image clarity. Starting to come is quite profound. The trae schiller penetrating rod into the heart of the universe. So in a moment. I'm going to ring the bell in all do it. Three times as is usual and offers just to keep your eyes closed and just to reflect on what's happened during this meditation. Reflect on what you've learned with most importantly to steelers. Let's say when you do open your eyes at the end of the third resonance third ringing of the bell to bring natsume inspect with you might resolution to cultivate it to bring it in your everyday life. This is the very first factor in the seven factors of enlightenment. Mindfulness to be aware of that students his mind because it can be the with the apparent what is apparent in the universe is aimed at the stimulus is also the kennel side. The this is the point of transcendence. This is locked the door why the buddha was pointing to watch reality. When you've got some questions this is this is a. I can read them. Thank thank you very good we We usually try to finish the meditation here around roundabout either clock because we do like here in domino casino to To have a bit of fila sheep afterwards had to walk formally joined the sangha place. This question from julia. Meyer and maya. How do i formally joined the sangha place. Well yes you'd be always very welcome. The buddhist society is an organization that sit up to try and monks and nuns and we have monastries. We have the in. Yana monastery in serpentine. And we have the nuns monastery gig up but we also have a monastery in kiln scott and also one down in the great southern and there's monasteries to that were associated with over strider and throughout the world and especially in london so the best way to formally joined would-be to approach the edit the spiritual director of the society. Who is jim brown along sir. And i'm sure that if you rang and spoke to him he would give you all the good oil on how to join the sangha formally so i thank you for that question. Julian and ellen from denmark suffered from shame and self height because of a traumatic childhood therapies. Have helped but i still feel any any advice. I still feel it a still feeling under any advice. Thank you yes sir. It's i think if you the the mind advice that i could sort of site for that israeli again just recognizing the way that this this trauma comes up but on make it more of an object in your mind so that you can actually look at it and not not sort of headed directly inside you. Where it's all the time tripping you up to try and use your meditation to make an object of what the travel is then. You will find that this. Why is that you can. You can work with that to to mike at less prominent in your mind and also the stillness. The stillness day that we talked about not real fond is a very very powerful. And tonight to any of those traumas that come up. So when when you're feeling these these traumatic experiences and experiencing the re experiencing the as your neither are you can then let the stillness Move into and through traumas and the students will will break them. Up breaks up the tensions. And i will disappear but unfortunately i don't know that the the memory of this The memory of it probably never guys. I mean that's with you. This is part of view. It's part of part of what makes you as a person but certainly the the traumas in the feelings of trouble and an anxiety or whatever however is making you feel that can certainly be worked with and dealt with and you can bring yourself to peace with all of that so that you are peaceful with these troublesome issues that come up in your mind but it is a case of of making an object if if you like and then working with the trauma is an object to To allow the whole thing to settle in and relax and mike pace with it. You make peace with your tra- so help hurt that. That helps and.

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