Posted by: madhyama | March 8, 2010

How to shorten your history

Every few months there is a weekend meditation retreat at Queenswood.  This recording is part of the retreat on the weekend of May 30, 2009.  The original talk was almost 54 minutes in length, but the quality of the recording is so poor that much of it had to be removed.  This segment, which I have tried to clean up using something called ‘spectral subtraction’ is just over 14 minutes.  In this lecture I attempt to touch on the direct experience of time.  Time as a presumed objective phenomenon and subjective time.  There is a sense in which the objective time spent in meditation has some reach to the unfolding of subjective time.

With due apologies for the quality of the recording, here is that talk: 

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