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2019 Year End Letter from Gil Fronsdal

2019 Year End Letter from Gil Fronsdal

Autumn, 2019 Dear Friends, Next year I will have taught for IMC for 30 years! This has been a time for me to reflect on all the changes I have seen as a teacher. Thirty years ago, we were mostly a group of beginners. It is inspiring to see the personal growth, healing, and spiritual maturation in people who have practiced at MC and lRC or have been listening to Audiodharma. In 1990, we were mostly just beginning to learn…

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Intro to Meditation with Gil Fronsdal starting Sept 25

Intro to Meditation with Gil Fronsdal starting Sept 25

Wednesdays from September 25 – October 23, 2019, 7:30- 9:00pm. At: Insight Meditation Center, 108 Birch St, Redwood City, CA 94062, USA Mindfulness meditation, also known as insight meditation or vipassana, is a simple technique that concentrates and calms the mind. At the heart of mindfulness meditation is the practice of moment-to-moment observation which cultivates a clear, stable and non-judgmental awareness. While mindfulness practice can be highly effective in helping bring calm and clarity to the pressures of daily life,…

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New Android and iphone Audiodharma apps!

New Android and iphone Audiodharma apps! [2017]

We’re very happy to announce that Christopher Minson, a long time sangha member and previous IMC webmaster, has developed a free Audiodharma App which is now available for Apple iPhones/iPads and Google Android devices. The Audiodharma homepage has a direct link to download the app. Any feedback can be sent directly to Christopher christopherjayminson@gmail.com or through the Apple store or Google Play.

“The Buddha Before Buddhism” by Gil Fronsdal is Now Available

“The Buddha Before Buddhism” by Gil Fronsdal is Now Available [2016]

The Buddha before Buddhism: Wisdom from the Early Teachings by Gil Fronsdal is now available. A translation with commentary of one of the earliest of the surviving Buddhist texts, which reveals the teachings to be remarkably simple and free of religious trappings. The Aṭṭhakavagga, or “Book of Eights,” is believed by scholars to be among the earliest of written Buddhist texts, and in it we find the Buddha’s teaching pared down to its most uncomplicated essence. Gil Fronsdal’s translation and…

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