Universal Practice for Laymen and Monks

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Tonight I want to explain the outline of our practice. As a monk and as a layman, without understanding of what is practice, it is rather difficult to make actual progress in your practice. And what I will talk about tonight is a kind of universal practice for laymen and monks both, you know-- which could be true for both laymen and priests. We say, or you say [laughs] whatever you do, that is practice, our practice: to drink tea or to eat or to sleep, to walk, or to sit down. Whatever you do, ... Read Transcript (this version is updated and corrected at times. Any other transcripts below are not).

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