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Its different from what you're asking for, but if you're open to learning from the Tibetan Buddhist Dzogchen tradition, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche is a wonderful teacher and easy to get started by listening to his recordings. He's recorded hundreds of hours of his teachings. You can find his website at Lingmincha.org.
He's made a youtube channel:http://www.youtube.com/user/ligmincha/videos
For example, some favourites of mine are:
"Finding Refuge Within" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oW9_4558qpQ
"Turning Pain Into the Path" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43ZpNYFMppc
"Awakening the Luminous Mind" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-WIqtSteZs
His simple teachings have been a great source of wisdom and comfort for me. I've been learning to accepting 'things as they are' and it's is not easy to do sometimes. Humans typically have aversion to things we don't like and attraction to things we wish to have. And it's a source of our own unhappiness. We make this unhappiness as we struggle (pushing the wheel of samsara) to find happiness in life. Becoming aware of 'the way things are' is important. Look directly at it as you meditate. As you meditate, thoughts become slow and empty and replaced by a sacred spaciousness (emptiness) within you. That space becomes a comfort and a refuge.
I've also found it difficult to understanding the teachings on emptiness (sunyata). There's been many good discussions about it here on the forums. Just ask on this forum and people will share! Here's something to get started with:
Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, "LIVING AN APPEARANCE-EMPTINESS LIFE"
Since all phenomena, outer and inner, are dependently existent mere appearances,
They have no inherent nature, they are just appearance-emptiness.
If you know how they resemble dreams and illusions,
All comings and goings will be open and relaxed.
Since appearances of friends and enemies are dependently existent,
Both are appearance-emptiness, like rainbows, and if you know this,
That is called, “meditation on illusion.”
Within openness you will achieve inner peace
From Lam Rim Chen Mo:
Likewise, the person lacks even a particle of intrinsic nature, but is the accumulator of karma and the experiencer of effects, and is produced in dependence upon earlier karma and afflictions. It is not a contradiction. Practice this thought and understand that it is like this in all such cases.
Whatever arises dependently / Is explained as empty.
Thus dependent attribution / Is the middle way.
Since there is nothing whatever / That is not dependently existent,
For that reason there is nothing / Whatsoever that is not empty.
From the Dalai Lama (Quoting Tsongkhapa):
"A coiled rope’s speckled color and coiling are similar to those of a snake, and when the rope is perceived in a dim area, the thought arises, ‘This is a snake.’ As for the rope, at that time when it is seen to be a snake, the collection and parts of the rope are not even in the slightest way a snake. Therefore, that snake is merely set up by conceptuality.”
May you find many blessings as you continue on your path!