Reformatting the hard disk of the mind

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This interview originally appeared on the buddhistgeeks podcast.

  • Role as a teacher, including all of the work with students online
  • Potential downside of having a purely digital relationship with a teacher, as one doesn’t have the opportunity to experience the teacher as a living example
  • Wanting things to be easy and quick, a kind of “push-button enlightenment
  • There aren’t any shortcuts when it comes to transforming the mind and realizing suffering and its cessation
  • What has changed as Buddhism has come to the West
  • Differentiating the packaging from the teachings of liberation
  • What is culture and what is the Dharma?
  • Some of the ways in which Sravasti Abbey is trying to change with the times

BuddhistGeeks podcast, part 1 of 2: Reformatting the hard disk of the mind (download)

Part 2 of this two-part series can be found here.

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