Samatha (Concentration/Serenity) Meditation Dharma Talk, Daylong and Weekend Retreat
This course includes videos and audios of a dharma talk, a daylong, and a weekend retreat on the Samatha (Concentration & Serenity) Meditation Practice.
Samatha Meditation — Purification of Mind Retreat-in-a-Box / Multi-media Program
This Retreat-in-a-Box includes everything you need for your own 2-week retreat (or shorter/longer depending on how you use it), or you can engage in the the audio / video / print files at your leisure, for educational purposes.
Understanding Awakening Retreat / Multi-media Program
This Retreat-in-a-Box includes everything you need for your own 2 to 5-day solo retreat, or simply the audio files for you to listen to for educational purposes.
Individual Mentoring Program, Year-Long
This Retreat-in-a-Box includes everything you need for your year-long mentoring program.
Dimensions of Non-Duality
In this 41-minute talk, Tina shares her experience and understanding of the “Dimensions of Non-duality” as found in the “Immaterial Realms” of Buddhism as compared with the “Boundless Dimensions” of the Diamond Approach.
“I've deepened my practice more than ever, due to the clarity of the teaching.”
“I have seen more changes in myself from two years of concentration practice than in the previous 20 years of various meditation practices.”
“My faith in Buddhism has been deepened to a degree previously unimaginable, but is tempered by a profound sobriety of mind and wisdom. Every word of the dharma talks penetrated the core of my being and accellerated my practice.”
“Tina and Stephen, your dedication to the dharma is so inspiring to me. You've given me the courage to embrace my true path in life. Your efforts and example have given me a clarity that is truly miraculous. Thank you for all your hard work.”
“If I was to describe this to a friend, I would call it 'Jedi mind training!'”
“It will rock your world!”
“I feel more confident in my approach to the Anapanasati / samatha practice, and how to navigate the varied terrain as well.”“I feel more confident in my approach to the Anapanasati / samatha practice, and how to navigate the varied terrain as well.”