Introductory Video: Got Time?
A nine-minute video, produced by Dr. Steve Randall, is hosted on YouTube and is available on demand. Click here. The video depicts the habitual Western problems with time pressure and the feeling of not having enough time, identifies common ways of not dealing with the problem, and then suggests that there are ways to change our personal time (like a personal space).
Berkeley Nyingma Institute Dharma Talks -- "Exploring time, space, and knowledge to discover the zone of peak performance"
Steve Randall, a long-time student of Tarthang Tulku’s Time, Space, Knowledge (TSK) vision, taught a three-part introductory series on May 12, June 16, and July 7. Using exercises from TSK and research on the zone of peak performance, Steve taught how we can break free from patterns that limit our way of being in the world.
Zoom-based video recordings of the presentations are available on YouTube. Click here.
What is the Time, Space, and Knowledge vision?
This 20-minute prerecorded presentation is available on demand. Click here.
Here are the questions and topics addressed: What is at the heart of the TSK approach, and how does it work? Where is it documented? Does TSK really challenge any and all limits on knowing, acting, and being? What are the benefits of studying it, putting it into practice, and even 'embodying it'? Can TSK serve as "a visionary medium through which a common ground [can] be found in the pursuits of knowledge carried out by the various sciences and religions?”