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This is my Dhamma talk streamed live every Wednesday at 12 noon eastern US time from September 20, 2017. This talk is on the meaning of becoming as the Buddha teaches becoming. One can either ignore ignorance and continue to become rooted in ignorance of Four Noble Truths or develop the Dhamma and become awakened.

There is much confusion as to the meaning of “becoming.” Due to this confusion, great license is taken in interpreting what is meant by becoming as taught by the Buddha. This confusion and the following misapplication of the Dhamma can be avoided by simply looking at the Buddha’s own words from three sutta’s - the Loka, Bhava, and Mula Sutta’s

A related article is here: https://becoming-buddha.com/shunyata-three-discourses-on-emptiness/

Here is the archive for all of John's Dhamma articles and talks: Dhamma Article and Talks

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This is the first of three talks on Shunyata - Emptiness from Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey on September 19, 2017.

Rather than attempt to establish a self in everything (clinging to impermanent objects, events, and ideas) or to crave for establishment of self in discrete, impermanent phenomena, or conceptual “dharmas,” both extreme views, the Buddha taught emptiness as a way of describing that followers of his Dhamma should be empty of clinging to objects, events, views, and ideas, and should not attach any notion of self into, or onto, the impermanent phenomenal world.

“What is not present is understood as empty of what is not present. Whatever remains is understood as what is present - in what is seen there is only the seen, in what is heard there is only the heard, in what is cognized there is only what is cognized. “So, Ananda, this is (final) entry into emptiness which is in accord with reality and is undistorted and pure... Read More

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This Saturday’s talk and sangha discussion is the fourth of a series on Karma And Rebirth.

A related article is here: Karma And Rebirth

Here is the archive for all of John's Dhamma articles and talks: Dhamma Article and Talk Archive

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from September 14, 2017.

This talk is on the Yasa Sutta. This short sutta teaches that developing the wisdom of the Buddha will bring the ability to avoid self-aggrandizing and the distraction that occurs from creating a "Dhamma" practice that is dependent on external entanglements as its theme.

“"Then there are those that cling to a group and takes food, clothes, shelter, and recognition from the group and becomes enamored with the group. They do not establish seclusion and will not end distraction…Read More

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This is my Dhamma talk streamed live every Wednesday at 12 noon eastern US time from September 13, 2017. This talk is on the Yuganaddha Sutta - Tranquility and Insight In Tandem.

An audio only version of this video is available at my podcast archive: Becoming Buddha Podcast

A mind of contentment and gratitude is developed by acceptance and awareness of who and what we are as life occurs. It is only conditioned mind that creates the sense that we should be different than we are, and that our life experience should be different than it is.

A related article is here: Yuganaddha Sutta Tranquility and Insight In Tandem

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A live stream of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class on September 12, 2017 from Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey. The stream begins every Tuesday at 7:15 PM Eastern US time.

Each class will have a twenty minute Shamatha-Vipassana meditation followed by my Dhamma talk and Sangha discussion and conclude with Metta intentional meditation.

An audio only version of this video is available at my podcast archive: Becoming Buddha Podcast

Tuesday's class in Frenchtown will be on the The Sallatha Sutta, the sutta on the two arrows. This sutta is a key teaching as it clearly explains what for many is a confusing aspect of the Dhamma. In the teachings on what it means to awaken to The Four Noble Truths.

In this sutta the Buddha states that awakening is “understanding stress and unhappiness, abandoning the cause of stress and unhappiness, experiencing the cessation of stress and unhappiness, and developing the Eightfold Path leading to the cessation of stress and unhappiness.”... Read More

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from September 9, 2017.

This is the third of a series of talks and sangha discussion on Karma And Rebirth.

A related article is here: Karma And Rebirth

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from September 7, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Nidana Sutta. In the Nidana Sutta, the Buddha focuses on recognizing and abandoning the Three Defilements of greed, aversion, and deluded thinking. A related article is here: The Nidana Sutta

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from September 5, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is the second of two talks on the Assuttava Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha teaches Dependent Origination in relation to the Five Clinging Aggregates and the difficulty in clinging to mental fabrications.

A related article is here: Assuttava Sutta

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from September 2, 2017.

This is the second of a series of talks and sangha discussion on Karma And Rebirth.

A related article is here: Karma And Rebirth

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 31, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on The Anusota Sutta - Going WIth The Flow. The Anusota Sutta is another concise and remarkable sutta that shows how often the Buddha’s original teachings as preserved in the Pali Canon are simple and practical advice on staying focused within the framework for the development of lasting peace and happiness, the Eightfold Path.

A related article is here: Anusota Sutta

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 29, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is the first of two talks on the Assuttava Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha teaches Dependent Origination in relation to the Five Clinging Aggregates and the difficulty in clinging to mental fabrications.

A related article is here: Assuttava Sutta

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 26, 2017.

This is the first of a series of talks and sangha discussion on Karma And Rebirth.

A related article is here: Karma And Rebirth

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 24, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the  Bhaddekaratta Sutta. In this sutta, the Buddha teaches the importance of being mindfully present of life as life unfolds developing auspicious days.

A related article is here: Bhaddekaratta Sutta

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This talk is from August 23, 2017 and is on Paradox And The Dhamma. Engaging in the dhamma and taking true refuge in the dhamma does not begin with recognizing the paradox of attempting to  “save all sentient beings” but with the realistic and achievable goal of individual awakening.

A related article is here: Paradox And The Dhamma

Here is the archive for all of John's Dhamma articles and talks: Dhamma Article and Talks

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 22, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the  Maha-Assapura Sutta. In this sutta, the Buddha teaches the meaning of being contemplative.

A related article is here: Maha-Assapura Sutta

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 19, 2017.

This Saturday’s talk and sangha discussion is on the Khema Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha teaches that not all questions deserve a direct answer as the question it self is rooted in ignorance.

A related article is here: Khema Sutta

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 17, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Rahulavada Sutta. In this sutta, the Buddha teaches his seven year old son proper mindfulness

A related article is here: Rahulavada Sutta

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This talk is from August 16, 2017 and is on Dependent Origination And Conditioned Mind

A related article is here: Dependent Origination And Conditioned Mind

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 15, 2017.

My talk  and sangha discussion is an introduction to the Buddha’s Dhamma.on the Maha-Assapura Sutta. In this sutta, the Buddha teaches the meaning of being contemplative.

A related article is here: Introduction to the Buddha’s Dhamma

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 5, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Sankhitta Sutta. This is a concise teaching to a monk on completing the Path in seclusion.

A related article is here: Sankhitta Sutta

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 10, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Akankha Sutta. In this sutta, the Buddha teaches that if one wishes to be truly compassionate they will develop the Dhamma.

A related article is here: Akankha Sutta

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This talk is on the meaning of the Paramitas - perfected qualities of mind from August 9, 2017.

A related article is here: Paramitas

Here is the archive for all of John's Dhamma articles and talks: Dhamma Article and Talks

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 8, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Arahant Sutta. In this concise teaching, the Buddha teaches that penetrative understanding of Five Clinging-Aggregates brings awakening.

A related article is here: Arahant Sutta

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 5, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Bahiya Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha teaches the impatient Bahiya a succinct teaching of mindfulness leading to awakening.

A related article is here: Mindfulness of Bahiya

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 3, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Pariyesana Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha teaches the importance of a Dhamma practice focused on what will bring awakening and avoid what is more distraction.

A related article is here: Pariyesana  Sutta

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This talk is on the meaning of Shunyata - Emptiness - as the Buddha teaches emptiness. This the third of a series of four Wednesday talks on emptiness and the first talk based on the article below.

A related article is here: Shunyata

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from August 1, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Brahma Vihara's. The Brahma Vihara's are perfected mind-states that reflect an enlightened view of humanity and development of the Eightfold Path.

A related article is here: Brahma Viharas

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 29, 2017.

This Saturday’s talk and sangha discussion is the seventh of seven talks on the Satipatthana Sutta, the Sutta on The Four Foundations of Mindfulness.

A related article is here: Four Foundations of Mindfulness

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 27, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Ratana Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha teaches a the folks of a town devastated by natural disaster and disease the true meaning of taking refuge in the Buddha, his Dhamma, and a well-focused Sangha.

A related article is here: Ratana Sutta

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 25, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussions are the on the Rohitassa Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha teaches to avoid the distraction of seeking awakening outside one’s self and through mystical achievement.

A related article is here: Rohitassa Sutta

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 22, 2017.

This Saturday’s talk and sangha discussion is the sixth of seven talks on the Satipatthana Sutta, the Sutta on The Four Foundations of Mindfulness.

A related article is here: Four Foundations of Mindfulness

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 20, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Bahiya Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha teaches the impatient Bahiya a succinct teaching of mindfulness leading to awakening.

A related article is here: Mindfulness of Bahiya

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 13, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is the third of three talks on the Eightfold Path. This talk is on Right Effort, Right Mindfulness, and Right Meditation, the concentration factors of the path.

A related article is here: Right Effort, Right Mindfulness, and Right Meditation

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 15, 2017. My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is the fifth of seven talks on the Satipatthana Sutta, the Sutta on The Four Foundations of Mindfulness.

A related article is here: Four Foundations of Mindfulness

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 13, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Yuganaddha Sutta, a sutta on Right Meditation.

A related article is here: Yuganaddha Sutta

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This is my Dhamma talk streamed live every Wednesday at 12 noon eastern US time from July2, 2017. This talk is on the meaning of Shunyata - Emptiness - as the Buddha teaches emptiness. This the second of a series of four Wednesday talks on emptiness and the first talk based on the article below.

A related article is here: https://crossrivermeditation.com/shunyata-three-discourses-on-emptiness/

Here is the archive for all of John's Dhamma articles and talks: https://crossrivermeditation.com/dhamma-articles-and-talks-archive/

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 11, 2017.

This  talk  and sangha discussion is the second of three talks on the Eightfold Path. This talk is on Right Speech, Right Action, and Right Livelihood, the virtuous factors of the path.

A related article is here: Right Speech, Right Action, Right Livelihood

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 8, 2017. My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is the fourth of seven talks on the Satipatthana Sutta, the Sutta on The Four Foundations of Mindfulness.

A related article is here: Four Foundations of Mindfulness

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 6, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Three Marks of Existence. The current political climate was discussed in relation to Impermanence, Not-Self, and Stress.

A related article is here: Anicca, Anatta, Dukkha

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This talk is on the Phena Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha teaches the emptiness of Five Clinging-Aggregates - the personal experience of confusion, deluded thinking, and ongoing disappointment. This the first of a series of four Wednesday talks on emptiness.

A related article is here: Phena Sutta

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 4, 2017.

This talk  and sangha discussion is the on the Kimsuka Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha uses the metaphor of a Swift Pair of Messengers to teach the importance of Right Meditation. 

A related article is here: Kimsuka Sutta

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from July 1, 2017. My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion the third of seven talks on the Satipatthana Sutta, the Sutta on The Four Foundations of Mindfulness.

A related article is here: Four Foundations of Mindfulness

Here is the archive for all of John's Dhamma articles and talks: Dhamma Article and Talk Archive

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from June 29, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Three Marks of Existence. The current political climate was discussed in relation to Impermanence, Not-Self, and Stress.

A related article is here: Anicca, Anatta, Dukkha

Here is the archive for all of John's Dhamma articles and talks: Dhamma Article and Talk Archive

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This is my Dhamma talk streamed live every Wednesday at 12 noon eastern US time from June 28, 2017. This talk is on the Sambodhi Sutta. In this sutta, the Buddha teaches Meghiya the refined mindfulness that is developed through the Eightfold Path.

A related article is here: Sambodhi Sutta

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from June 27, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is the first of three talks on the Eightfold Path. This talk is on Right View and Right Intention, the wisdom factors of the path.

A related article is here: Right View and Right Intention

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from June 24, 2017. My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion the second of seven talks on the Satipatthana Sutta, the Sutta on The Four Foundations of Mindfulness.

A related article is here: Four Foundations of Mindfulness

Here is the archive for all of John's Dhamma articles and talks: Dhamma Article and Talk Archive

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This a recording of our Thursday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from June 22, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Buddha Sutta. In this sutta the Buddha teaches that awakening is through wholehearted engagement with the Eightfold Path.

A related article is here: Buddha Sutta

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This a recording of our Tuesday evening Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from June 20, 2017.

My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is the fourth of four classes on the wisdom of developing restraint.

A related article is here: Wisdom of Restraint

Here is the archive for all of John's Dhamma articles and talks: Dhamma Article and Talk Archive

If you find benefit from this talk please consider a donation at CrossRiverMeditation.com.

Thank You. Peace.

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This a recording of our Saturday Morning Dhamma class at Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey from June 17, 2017. My Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion the first of seven talks on the Satipatthana Sutta, the Sutta on The Four Foundations of Mindfulness.

A related article is here: Four Foundations of Mindfulness

Here is the archive for all of John's Dhamma articles and talks: Dhamma Article and Talk Archive

If you find benefit from this talk please consider a donation. Thank you. Peace.

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