Why shunyata is dynamic, intimate, and workable
There, There – It’s All Empty
Dismissing someone’s suffering as relative truth, says Gesshin Greenwood, isn’t imparting the wisdom of emptiness. It’s using the dharma to silence them.
Forum: Exploring Emptiness
The teachings on shunyata, or emptiness, are a cornerstone of Buddhism—and they’re frequently misunderstood. Ari Goldfield, Daijaku Kinst, and Guy Armstrong discuss what emptiness is, what it isn’t, and why it ultimately points to an experience that is dynamic, intimate, and workable.
The Clarity Aspect: Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche.
Destroyed Not Destroyed: Norman Fischer.
A Jewel Heart: Dimitri Ehrlich.
This Rare and Precious LIfe: Gelek Rimpoche.
We Walk The Path Together: Larry Yang
What Meditation Can’t Cure: Debra Flics.
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