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Imperfect Buddha: Non-Buddhism Pt. 2

Matthew O’Connell goes deep with Glen Wallis exploring Non-Buddhism in this second interview:

https://soundcloud.com/post-traditional-buddhism/93-imperfect-buddha-glenn-wallis-on-the-immanence-transcendence-divide

“In this episode, writer, critic, Buddhist scholar and Philadelphia punk legend punk Glen Wallis returns to the Imperfect Buddha podcast for the second part of our discussion on non-Buddhism and its consequences. We go deep into an issue at the heart of contemporary western Buddhism: the seemingly irresolvable division between immanence and transcendence, which in lay man’s terms is the distinction between spirituality as escape or as embodiedness. You may not know how deep these two go down the rabbit hole of modern spirituality and how they sit right at the dysfunctional heart of Buddhism. Applying constructive critique, we look at how Buddhists and teachers avoid the consequences of thinking them through to the very end and how that lack of insight leads to all manner of escapism and confusion.”

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