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Episode 87 :: David Loy :: Why Buddhism Needs the West

| October 27, 2011 | 1 Comment
Episode 87 :: David Loy :: Why Buddhism Needs the West

David Loy David Loy joins us to talk about why Buddhism needs the West, studies in lack, and the selective evolutionary pressures on traditional practices. What happens when Buddhism, or any other traditional practice, encounters a new culture? It changes, grows, and finds new forms that suit the new environment in which it finds itself. […]

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Healing Ecology – A Buddhist Perspective on the Eco Crisis (David Loy)

| October 21, 2011 | 0 Comments
Healing Ecology – A Buddhist Perspective on the Eco Crisis (David Loy)

There are precise and profound parallels between what Buddhism says about our individual predicament and our collective predicament today in relationship to the rest of the biosphere.

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The Suffering Self (David Loy)

| October 21, 2011 | 0 Comments
The Suffering Self (David Loy)

The Suffering of Self In contemporaty terms, the self is dukkha (suffering) is because it is a psycho-social construct that can never feel secure. It is haunted by a sense of lack that we usually misunderstand.

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