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Dharma Teacher Fred Eppsteiner responds to questions at a Day of Mindfulness in Tampa, FL. He talks about how one wants to be in this world, what is meant by the equality complex, and how one can develop confidence with the practice.

 

 
 
 
 

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Q&As: Does This Path Work? (2016)

Dharma Teacher Fred Eppsteiner responds to questions from students during a Day of Mindfulness in Tampa on February 20, 2016.

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Dharma Teacher Fred Eppsteiner responds to questions from students during a Day of Mindfulness in Tampa on February 20, 2016.

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Q&As: What is a comfort zone? (2016)

Dharma Teacher Fred Eppsteiner responds to questions from students during a Day of Mindfulness in Tampa on February 20,2016.
 
 
 

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Dharma Teacher Fred Eppsteiner responds to questions from students during a Day of Mindfulness in Tampa on February 20,2016.

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Dharma Teacher Fred Eppsteiner responds to questions from students during a Day of Mindfulness in Tampa on February 20,2016. Here he answered the following questions: What is the significance of the Bell; Is there room for questioning the teachings in Buddhism; What is the Gatekeeper?

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Dharma teacher Fred Eppsteiner responds to questions from students during a Day of Mindfulness.

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In response to a question about how much time one should devote to meditation practice, Dharma Teacher Fred Eppsteiner emphasizes the importance of aspiration in shaping one's practice. He also explains how meditation is only one part of a comprehensive path of transformation laid out by the Buddha.

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Recognizing that the meditation and practices FCM offers to students are in support of their personal transformation, Dharma teacher Fred Eppsteiner begins most sessions at weekly Sangha and Days of Mindfulness answering students' questions about their Dharma practice and the integration of that practice into their lives. The many Q&A recordings here consist of questions that Fred is asked during Dharma talks and his responses. In some cases, the audio of the questions has been replaced with a brief silence as typically it is not audible. Fred repeats the question before he answers it.

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Recognizing that the meditation and practices FCM offers to students are in support of their personal transformation, Dharma teacher Fred Eppsteiner begins most sessions at weekly Sangha and Days of Mindfulness answering students' questions about their Dharma practice and the integration of that practice into their lives. The many Q&A recordings here consist of questions that Fred is asked during Dharma talks and his responses. In some cases, the audio of the questions has been replaced with a brief silence as typically it is not audible. Fred repeats the question before he answers it.

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