The body of teachings of the Buddha is called the Dharma, an aspect of practice in which we can learn how to live peacefully and compassionately in a world of chaos and misunderstanding. Through study of the Dharma, insight grows within us and our thoughts, speech and action become infused with love and understanding. A teaching on the Dharma will not tell us something we don’t know, but will re-awaken us to our true nature. When we listen to a teaching, it is best to sit quietly, following our breath and offering our full attention.

In this section you will find teachings divided into audio/visual recordings and written teachings. There are talks and articles from our visiting teacher, Barbara Casey, including recordings from several series of classes. You may use these classes as a teaching device or just listen at random. There is also a link to many talks given by Thich Nhat Hanh, which are archived by both topic and date. Please enjoy this offering of the Dharma and share it with others.

To hear our Dharma Teacher Barbara Caseys’ audio teachings. click here.

To hear older audio teachings, click here.

To view video teachings, click here.

To view written teachings, click here.