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Koan contemplation practice can seem daunting to some of us, but in this bright, friendly dharma talk, longtime practitioner, Patty Daniel (Won EunHaeHwa), delves right in! With helpful information and insight born from experience, Patty opens the way for us to explore this important and useful meditation practice. https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/don…
 
Facemasks have become a hot topic in recent years, and in this clear-sighted dharma talk, Rev. WonGong uses them as a vehicle for exploring the layers of conditioning that shapes our mind. As our understanding grows, so does compassion for ourselves and others.https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/donations저자 Won Buddhism
 
In her deeply reflective dharma talk, long-time practitioner, Lara Olson (Won LaSon) unflinchingly looks at the concept of evil through Buddhist eyes. Peeling through layers of culture and self-doubt, she reveals how despair is actually self-aggression, while reverence aligns with the sacred and has the power of liberation.https://www.wonbuddhismnc…
 
We can observe "Defilements and idles thoughts" in our every-day lives. Rev. ZiYoung describes how the Founding Master told a follower perplexed by this mind that, “The myriad dharmas return to one; to what does the one return?” What does this mean, and how can it possibly help us in our every-day lives?https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/donations…
 
Restoring the great energy of the universe within us – What a beautiful practice!Rev. WonGong shares with us how the power of sky, earth, fellow beings, and meditation restored her essential life force energy. She then instructs us on how we can do the same.https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/donations저자 Won Buddhism
 
From birth our experience is one of dualism - inside/outside, me/you, etc.. Where, then, is nonduality in our existence? In a conversational way, Michael Macklin (Won Hyoung) tackles nonduality, a brave act since, as many assert, it is something "beyond words and speech."https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/donations…
 
Our minds are both powerful and subtle, and in this reflective dharma talk, Rev. WonGong considers how mindfulness impacts the trajectory of cause and effect in our lives. Cultivating our mind is crucial, and she encourages us to practice by doing something as simple as taking one calm and focused step after another.https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/do…
 
Through the lens of koan contemplation, longtime Won Buddhist practitioner, Nate Jackson (Won JaySun) explores a topic in this inviting dharma talk that some of us find daunting: reincarnation. Using curiosity to probe his own mind, Nate shares how the results of his exploration created space for a new awareness, healing, and appreciation.https://w…
 
Do your actions always align with your wishes? This is the question Won Buddhist practitioner, Paige Doster-Grimes, explores in this bright and clear dharma talk. Using the curiosity of children as inspiration, she shows us how answering that question can aid our practice.https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/donations…
 
The modern-day Buddha, Sotaesan, was a person who showed everyone how to become Buddhas, and how to recognize everything as a Buddha offering in our every-day, modern lives. Rev. ZiYoung celebrates June 1st, the day the Founding Master entered nirvana, with a powerful testimony of just how Ven. Sotaesan gifted the world the path to enlightenment vi…
 
Does the path to your true nature seem blocked by lifetimes of karmic gunk? Practitioners looking for a way through will find hope in this enlightening dharma talk by Rev. WonGong. Focusing on the Buddhist theory of Nine Consciousnesses, she shows us how the levels of our mind intertwine to create obstacles, and she gives guidance on how to release…
 
Sometimes it is difficult to see ourselves as living buddhas, and this challenge is exactly what Won Buddhist practitioner, Brian Adams (Won SeongDeok) explores is this helpful dharma talk. He guides us through Master ChongSan’s “5 Steps to Enlightenment” and shows us how these practical steps guide our awakening, which is what we are doing, wherev…
 
In this perceptive dharma talk, Rev. WonGong explores a specific challenge we humans encounter when we work together: When things get complicated, do we lean towards kindness or insist on being right? Through her real-life examples, Rev. WonGong shows us how our choice impacts those around us and can grow or hinder our own spiritual development as …
 
Kathleen Herr of the North Carolina Temple takes us on an open and vulnerable journey, describing her current practice as one best defined by the term, "middle spiritual capacity." In this space, enlightenment can seem far away and unattainable. Kathleen assures us that no matter the form, enlightenment is just as here and now as a daffodil is a da…
 
In this understated talk, Michael Macklin (Won Hyoung) of the North Carolina Temple, is ambivalent calling Master Sotaesan's very modern-day enlightenment experience a "story." Listen to learn how we, as fellow practitioners, can not only benefit from Master Sotaesan's hard-earned wisdom, but can become enlightened ourselves!https://www.wonbuddhism…
 
Rev. WonGong generously shares the wisdom she has learned from living amongst pine trees in this poignant dharma talk. She skillfully weaves together lessons about resilience and acceptance from her life experiences both in Asia, and here, in the West.https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/donations저자 Won Buddhism
 
In this personal and reflective dharma talk, Won Buddhist practitioner and Christian, Mattie Decker (Won BubJon) of the North Carolina Temple, explores how we can fully and unambiguously embrace all the spiritual traditions in our lives. By opening our minds and hearts to a broader perspective, we will find a richness of spiritual diversity that is…
 
In this thoughtful dharma talk, Won Buddhist practitioner, Holly North (Won JahYoo) explores how understanding cause and effect can help us transform ourselves and our world. By weaving the Won Buddhist principle of Mindful Choice in Action into her everyday life, she shows us how empowering this practice can be.https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/donati…
 
Is it possible to be a warrior for peace? This is the question Rev. WonGong explores in this compelling and pertinent dharma talk. Through her insight, we learn that wholeheartedly cultivating equanimity and wisdom prepares us to help bring peace to the world and ourselves with calmness, fortitude, and agility.https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/donation…
 
The path to Buddhahood may seem far-off, but in this hopeful and clear-sighted dharma talk, Rev. ZiYoung of the North Carolina Temple removes the mystery and shows us how we already are walking along that path. When guided by our beginner's mind and our pure heart, we find ourselves in the good company of all Buddhas journeying together.https://www…
 
With emotion and deep wisdom, Rev. WonGong reminds us that we all have the seeds of compassion and Buddhahood within us. She describes how "Buddha" and "Bodhisattva" are synonyms and their application melt away the three poisons of greed, anger, and delusion. All of this can be realized by letting our own little lights shine, no matter how small ea…
 
In this unique dharma talk, Won Buddhist practitioner, Pete Warshaw (Won Jee Ho) of the North Carolina Temple, weaves together photography and poetry to reveal how our minds create the universes we inhabit. While our mind can create limitations and obstacles that hinder us, our mind also can be a co-creator of beauty and insight that helps us unfol…
 
With clarity and care, Won Buddhist practitioner Daniel Mattingly explores the meaning of wholehearted practice in this dharma talk and shows us how to make the seemingly impossible possible. He points out that while we do not have to believe we can achieve supreme enlightenment to make progress on our spiritual path, aspiring to perfect buddhahood…
 
With openness and reflection, Rev. WonGong shares one of Won Buddhism’s key insights: Our spiritual paths spring from and journey towards a single source. No matter where we begin or what traditions we explore, every tradition can help light our path towards peace, wellbeing, and liberation.https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org…
 
In this soul-searching dharma talk, practitioner Jared Heelis (Won Jae Ryong) uses his own spiritual journey to illustrate how our “I know” mind and “I don’t know” mind powerfully shape our lives and practice. Jared shows us that when we shift from the absolute to the formless, we too can step into the spacious practice of watching our mind and hea…
 
An enlightened buddha sees the world from a nondual lens, but for many of the rest of us, nonduality can seem abstract at best. In this dharma talk, longtime practitioner, Kathleen Herr (Won HerrJu) points out how familiar nondual experiences infuse our everyday lives, and as flecks of ultimate Truth, they can illuminate our spiritual path.—The Scr…
 
Rev. ZiYoung opens the door of clarity in this enlightening dharma talk about “No-Self.” As Rev. Kang explores the question, “Who am I?”, she examines the layers of delusion we often have about “self” that invariably cause us to suffer, and she encourages us to release them to reveal our true nature: numinous awareness.https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org…
 
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