One of the most challenging problems we face in life is that we don’t know how to concentrate. In this dialogue Young, a Westerner who lived as a monk in Japan and learned Vipassana meditation, emphasizes the importance of self-observation and focus as the way to personal freedom. With insight and clarity he suggests how to go beyond reacting to circumstances with emotion and with suffering, so that life becomes more spontaneous and free. He is the co-director of the Community Meditation Center of Los Angeles.
He is the co-director of the Community Meditation Center of Los Angeles.
Host: Michael Toms Interview Date: 2/5/1991 Program Number: 2236