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Studying the dharma when you don’t have direct access to a teacher can feel limiting. But in the Digital Age, videos can help fill that void. Our video archive contains recordings of Phillip Moffitt giving dharma talks at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and other Buddhist communities. It also includes a series of video talks by Phillip titled “Dharma Sessions,” which explore some of the fundamental teachings of the Buddha.
Experience vs. Your Interpretation: Reflections on an Often Overlooked Aspect of the Five Aggregates.
The Buddha taught that the origins of suffering are greed, aversion, and delusion, which he called the Three Unwholesome Roots. Through mindfulness we can liberate ourselves from these tendencies of mind and ease our suffering.
We practice forgiveness in order to not be locked in hate, fear, and resentment. When we hold on to anger or revenge, we can't experience the joy that is available in the present moment.