Video #1

“A Teacher’s Guide
to Self-Kindness”

Video #2

“Cultivating a Sanctuary
for the Sacred”

Video #3

“Remembering the Gold: Uncovering Your Inner Buddha”

Video #4

“Carrying the Lamp
of Awakening”

Video #5

“Serving as a
Conscious Leader”

Video 3: “Remembering the Gold: Uncovering Your Inner Buddha”

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  • Beautiful story. Gives me hope that there is a golden Buddha in me too underneath all the hurt and pain that I have let cover me.

  • I watched the first video and have been unable to watch the second one. Every link I’ve tried doesn’t work. It seems only the first and third are available. Hope it gets fixed!

  • Wonderful introductions in the key themes of teaching mindfulness. Unluckily the second video doesn’t work, couldn’t watch it. Maybe you can send another link only with the 2nd video? Thanks

  • I have been unable to watch the second video. I received Video one and three. It seems only the first and third are available.

  • As a key for me as a teacher has always been to bring others back to themselves and the answers they can find within. That is why I would like to teach meditation.
    My first teacher Morrnah Simeona a Hawaiian Kahua taught me to go inside.
    Thank you Tara for the beautiful story.

  • Perhaps when we remove the clay and find nothing, or even something weaker or rotted, we can pour gold in its place.

  • This is a wonderful metaphor. I appreciate the challenge of looking at ourselves beneath and beyond the “greed and aggression of our society and what happened in our families.” It’s good to take these challenges, which some days seem so complex and insurmountable, and see them simply as plaster. I’m ready to shine some more! Thank you Ms.TB 😊💗

  • I’m finding the more I let go and attempt to connect the more hurt and toxins I reveal. I’ve found I have spoken to those who have hurt me, who have been immoral under the guise of being good people. I’ve needed to let them know . Told them what they have done, let them know I forgive . Yet , feel that perhaps it might have been better to try to forgive myself for holding on to the hurt. Confused. Do we let people know the damage they do?

  • I just appreciate Tara Brach and the way she teaches. It goes deep and real. Namaste to her and a bow of appreciation.

  • The visual of the Golden Buddha is a helpful companion to the knowledge that our true nature is always there. Thank you, Tara.

  • I love the feeling these monks created in me of reverence & selflessness for their Buddha..
    May these feelings abound in our world today..

  • Thank you Tara. This is something I want to practice with myself and others always. Its the greatest gift, to remember the gold. Remember our Divine Self, our Golden Self.

  • loved the forst 3 videos especially the story about the golden budhha but i am not able to open the 4th and 5th videos

  • Video 3. Wow oh Wow! Again and again I am so grateful for the radiance that shines through the two of you. Over the 7 week Awareness Training I just completed, there were so many times that I found myself simply looking at your faces, your smiles and the softness of your voices. Along with this was your sharing your personal stories of transformation which helped me to realize that even wise individuals like yourself are like everyone else, like me. And all of this, encouraged and enlightened me to the importance and attainability of this for myself through practice. And as I do for myself, then becomes my greatest ability to reach and teach others how to live life to the fullest.

    Blessings
    Alan

  • To everyone who has trouble opening the videos –
    Just go to the url where it says “/player-3” and change the number to any number 1-5 of the video you want to watch and then press enter!

  • It seems symbolic that the golden Buddha was forgotten for many generations by everyone, as if the war ,or death of the group of monks swept a loss of memory over every person who knew of the statue, because many others must have been aware of its existence. We are in a state like that now in our country and world. We all have forgotten the gold underneath and for this reason are continuing a terrible path of cruelty and suffering for our dear mother earth. The earth itself is that golden Buddha and we’ve forgotten how to love and nurture ourselves and others. Thanks for being the little shimmering cracks of opening, Tara and Jack! Thanks so much for all your shared insights.

  • This was gorgeous and I resonate with every word. Helping people trust themselves and helping people see the gold and remember their own. A sentence that really stands out is when Tara said, “We teach from the radiance of our own discovery” and this has been true for me. Thank you for a powerful video.

  • Trusting what is here, inside.. I don’t have to identify with my story, if I can shift my attention to awarenesses. Re-membering, re-connecting: breathing in I feel my heart. Tara is teaching from the inside out, and makes it so much easier for me to be ok with everything just as it is.

  • Yes, that’s it! Thank you Tara for sharing the story of the golden buddha, and your experience with teachers who helped you most. Helping me to” trust who I am”. Helping me to “teach from the radiance of my own discoveries”. That is what’s needed, and that is what I have I have wanted to find.

  • Video #1

    “A Teacher’s Guide
    to Self-Kindness”

    Video #2

    “Cultivating a Sanctuary
    for the Sacred”

    Video #3

    “Remembering the Gold: Uncovering Your Inner Buddha”

    Video #4

    “Carrying the Lamp
    of Awakening”

    Video #5

    “Serving as a
    Conscious Leader”

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