Social Practice

This past Sunday, Adam guided our reflections on using the dharma in social settings. Adam writes, “While most of us have not lived a monastic life, we all have the opportunity to practice in other social settings that are perhaps not as highly structured. I am interested in how we create opportunities to expand our Buddhist practice in more informal social settings, and how when we do so we naturally have the experience of anatta.”

Here is a talk that Adam played from Joseph Goldstein: