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Dharma Talks - Jim Giorgi - Apr 2010

Dharma Talks

April 2010



In the tradition of the Buddha's teaching:


In the virtual world of Second Life (free membership) as DoKwang Augenblick I give Dharma Talks once or twice a week at the Buddha Center to an international community, taking questions and encouraging discussion.  Using notes from those talks I have written an expanded version of each talk to share with my readers.  (these are read-only ©2010 Jim Giorgi)

Dharma Talks April

April 7 Dharma Talk  "Heart Math"

"The ABC exercise is an exercise in joy, there is no difference, no boundary."

April 7"Heart Math" (Audio)


April 18 Dharma Talk

"The only way be able to save all sentient beings individually is to diligently work on ourselves, to become present, to drop our own sense of separation and become enlightened ourselves and to share that with as many people as we can through example.  And others will come to you and say, wow, I would like to live that way too, and you would tell them, you can, just stop listening to your mind, the separative thoughts that keep reinforcing the sense of separation, being alone, being apart, the thoughts that keep you on that treadmill of continually trying to get, get, get, all the things that people try to get in order to feel fulfilled.  We are already fulfilled, right here, right now."

April 18 (Audio)

April 28 Dharma Talk EFT

"EFT is like acupuncture, but it does not use needles to stimulate those points. It uses tapping on those points with your fingers for about eight to ten times. I've been using it now for over three years and I've been involved in psychology, philosophy, spiritual practice for over 35 years now, Probably close to 40 years and I've found that E.F.T. Is probably the most effective emotional releasing technique I have found. And I've tried practically everything. So E.F.T. is my choice for working with people both psychotherapeutically and spiritually on helping them to release those blocks that we have so much trouble releasing. It's excellent on emotional problems and it's also excellent on physical problems that have at least a partial base in emotional repression and negative emotions, past traumas etc. And that is the basis for probably 90% of diseases. Most diseases, that we experiencing today are psychosomatic."

(See also: Mind/Body (Integral) Medicine vs. Conventional "Allopathic" Medicine)


April 28 (Audio)



See also:

Buddha Center website for the Buddha Center in Second Life

My Recommended Library


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