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If you would like to support the work I do, Please consider making a donation. https://www.paypal.me/satisila As a Dharma teacher, my primary focus of interest has been in early Buddhism. This being the oldest record of what the historic Buddha may have taught. These teachings have been well preserved in a body of text known as the Pali canon, which is the core focus of the Theravada tradition. Within this massive volume of work lies the message that has been left behind for all of us to exp ...
 
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An opening talk on the 8-fold path. Emphasis on right view (samma ditthi). This talk was given at the dharma/live online weekly group. Click here if you would like to join us: https://courses.seculardharmafoundation.com/courses/61/aboutdave smith
 
This is two talks edited together that cover the range of the Buddhas teaching on Dukkha, aka, the first noble truth. This talk was given as part of the Dharma/Live Online program. If you would like to join in the live sessions you can sign up here: https://courses.seculardharmafoundation.com/courses/61/about…
 
Sign up NOW: https://courses.seculardharmafoundation.com/courses/61/about DISCOUNT: https://courses.seculardharmafoundation.com/courses/62/about Dharma Live/Online is a weekly practice community for those seeking a practical and accurate framework for the teachings of the Dharma. Live ZOOM sessions every Wednesday 7-815pm MST. Session audio will be…
 
This rather LONG talk discusses the (19) Beautiful Mental Factors of the Abhidharma. Broken down into 5 categories (thanks to Steve Armstrong). If you enjoy these sessions please consider joining my dharma mentoring program. We have a few spaces left. You can find out more here: https://www.davesmithdharma.com/meditation/mentoring/…
 
This talk was given as part of the ongoing mentoring program. It offers some reflection on overcoming reactivity as a largely ethical game. No so much to end suffering, but to stop causing harm. If you would like to join our mentoring program you can find out more here: https://www.davesmithdharma.com/meditation/mentoring/…
 
Dave zooms down with Tenzin Chogkyi. She has designed an online course for the Secular Dharma Foundation entitled Big Love: Cultivating the Four Immeasurables. (Heart Practices). Sign up here: https://courses.seculardharmafoundation.com/courses/52/about Venerable Tenzin Chogkyi (she/her/hers) is a Buddhist monastic, activist and teacher of both Bud…
 
During this talk, Dave explores the four means of accomplishment. This teaching list is often associated with magical powers and is therefore disregarded by the various Buddhist Schools. However, it does show up on the list of 37 aspects of awakening. Lets take a look at it. This talk is comprised of 4 separate talks given over a month during the m…
 
This short talk, recently given for the Sunday weekly sessions of the mentoring program discusses the two dead ends: defined as the dead end of religion and the dead end of capitalism. If you are interested in joining the mentoring program, read more about that here: https://www.davesmithdharma.com/meditation/mentoring/…
 
Hey friends. On July 12 2003 I began my process of recovery. Soon after I recorded a record with my band, Ragged old Flag. I thought I would share this audio track with you. I hope you dig it. I hope to see you on the path. For more tunes check out: https://davesmithcountryrebel.hearnow.com/dave smith
 
More discussion on the teachings of action and livelihood. This talk was give thru the Bozeman Dharma Center. For those interested in deepening their practice and being involved in an interactive community, I am accepting students into my mentoring program. https://www.davesmithdharma.com/meditation/mentoring/…
 
Another reflection on the 4th foundation of Mindfulness. This talk was given at the weekly mentoring session. If you are interested in intensive 1:1 Dharma work, you can find out more here: https://www.davesmithdharma.com/meditation/mentoring/dave smith
 
This talk, given for our weekly mentoring program offers some reflection on the often confusing, yet important practice and idea of taking "refuge". The talk outlines canonical perspectives that can help us overcome the religious undertones associated with the practice of taking refuge/saranam (pali). Enjoy. For more ways to connect with my work. C…
 
Due to the recent events in our culture I wanted to offer some practice and reflection on how to navigate the tricky territory of anger, hatred and other strong forces in the mind. Consider Joining me in one of the various online offerings. Mentoring Program: https://www.davesmithdharma.com/meditation/mentoring/ Buddhist Recovery Program (DISCOUNT …
 
DISCOUNT REGISTRATION https://courses.seculardharmafoundation.com/courses/29/about In recent years sincere efforts have been made to integrate Buddhist practices into Recovery culture and communities. Because there is no universal definition for, or understanding of what Buddhist Recovery is and how it works, many people find themselves confused an…
 
LINK:https://davesmithcountryrebel.hearnow.com/ 20 Years of Music by Dave Smith. Check it out y'all. Special thanks to: Mark Allan Miller, Jesse Mayer, Ben Murphy, Power Jeff, Texas Bob, Kevin Lennon, Ethan Dusssault, Tony Savarino, Johnny Shia Shia, Zack Shedd and JJ Oconnell. All songs written and sung by Dave Smith…
 
My good friend Hanuman likes to remind me that life is way to important to take seriously. Being involved with Recovery, Dharma, and various therapeutic practices sometimes makes me feel like I can get into a hyper self-improvement mode. Which isn't always so great. In fact, sometimes I can find myself being stark raving serious in times when it's …
 
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