May 23, 2012

BuddhaFest Encore: Hugh Byrne

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As we gear up for this year's Tricycle | BuddhaFest Online Film Festival we're revisiting some of the teachings that made last year's event so special. The following video is of Hugh Byrne at BuddhaFest in Washington, D.C. on June 19, 2011. For more information on the upcoming online festival (starts May 29) check out the schedule of films and dharma talks here.

Hugh Byrne is a mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), and somatic meditation teacher based in Washington DC, offering classes, consulting and retreats which give insight into pain management, and healing from trauma.

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worthmoremusic's picture

This was such a wonderful talk by Mr. Bryne. Also making me want to step up my practice and try and take it to the next level.
Thank you to all the film makers, all the BuddhaFest folks, and Tricycle for your part in "turning the wheel of the Dharma" ! Keep it spinning.... Spreading the teachings......

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eloisemargaret's picture

This was such a welcomed talk. After seeing the Buddhist teachers in this online film festival and now, after your talk, it has made me ask myself, how can I step up in my practice and in my life with greater compassion and service? I have an idea... and now, the test will be in carrying it out. Thank you for this talk - so many good points were made.

And thank you to Tricycle and to Eric Forbis and Gabriel Riera (co-producers of BuddhaFest) and to my fellow filmmakers! I was inspired and enlivened. I am ever so grateful for all of the sincere audience comments, too! It really feels like a community, here. Thank you (all)!
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Sam Mowe's picture

Thank you, Eloise! Your film was wonderful! Have a happy holiday weekend. Sam