Mon, 4 June 2007
A short but sweet talk from San Francisco’s very own Suvarnaprabha, in which she explores the Buddhist vision of compassion through her own experience of meditation and contact with inmates within the U.S. prison system. Moving stuff.
Talk given at the Western Buddhist Order convention, 2005
01 Survanaprabha – poem by Jimmy Santiago Baca; a personal interest in violence
02 Violence as resistance in meditation; compassion as not resisting experience
03 Prisoners talking about self-perpetuating violence
04 The vastness of compassion; the difficulty of talking about shunyata and compassion
05 An anecdote about selflessness; quote from Shunryu Suzuki
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Direct download: podcast23.mp3
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