Dharma Talks

Interfaith Sharing Series: Dharma Talks

Join the CEIE Team in our Religica Theolab Interfaith Sharing Series for the 22-23 Academic Year.  This year we focus upon Dharma Talks!  Dharma is a form of teaching and brings multiple meanings from many traditions.  In the podcast below, Steve Wilhelm invites us to consider Dharma in the Buddhist traditions as instructions for awakening, as paths to practice toward awakening, and as a means of aligning ourselves to reality around us.  This year we will hear three speakers who teach us about attachment, suffering, and our limits and freedoms, and more.   

All speakers come from traditions in Buddha Dharma that are unique from, yet clearly resonant with, one another.  Wilhelm responds to the question: “Why do we need a Dharma talk series this year?”  We encourage you to listen to the Podcast and join us at the Religica Theolab Interfaith Sharing Series where we host our first teacher – Rev. Taijo Imanaka, Friday, October 21, 2022 – 12:00—1:15 PM. 

This 2022-2023 Academic Year We Present Three Dharma Series Teachers

Friday, October 21, 2022

Rev. Taijo Imanaka

When 12:00 – 1:15 PM – Lunch Series

Where: Virtual and In-Person SU Campus (STCN 130)

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Friday, February 3, 2023

Ayya Santussika Bhikkhuni

When 12:00 – 1:15 PM – Lunch Series

Where: Virtual

Friday, April 21, 2023

Zen Master Jeong Ji/Anita Feng

More Information Forthcoming

Explore the Podcast with Steve Wilhelm about this Dharma Talk Series

Steve Wilhelm has been engaged in Buddhist practice since 1987. He has studied and practiced in the Tibetan and Vipassana traditions, and has taught dharma at Eastside Insight Meditation since 2000, and more recently at Seattle Insight Meditation Society. He also edits Northwest Dharma Association website, an online publication, and serves on the boards of Clear Mountain Monastery and the Tibetan Nuns Project. He is also a member of the CEIE Advisory Council. He speaks here with CEIE Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice.

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