Craving and Clinging in Our Daily Lives

Topics Include: 1) Craving as “thirst” or embodied desire, seeing the difference between craving and wholesome aspiration. 2) Contemporary manifestations of desire in culture and society. 3) The three types of craving: the craving for sense pleasures; the craving for existence; the craving for non-existence. 4) The foundation of craving as the sense of self, within the context of unconditioned reality.
Honolulu, Hawaii
December 26, 2015
41 minutes

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