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The Twelve Insights of the Four Noble Truths

In the Samyutta Nikaya, the Buddha describes Twelve Insights that progressively lead us to a full understanding and integration of the Four Noble Truths. This retreat will offer an in-depth exploration of these insights, through silent meditation, talks about the teachings, interviews and optional periods of mindful movement. This time of practice allows us to meet life’s challenges with greater ease of heart and balance of mind.
2009-02-13 (8 days) Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

  
2009-02-14 The First Noble Truth 58:16
  Adrianne Ross
Fully Understanding the First Three Insights of the Noble Truths.
2009-02-15 Second Noble Truth And The Hindrances 61:36
  Phillip Moffitt
There are three insights to practice and realize is the second Noble Truth. All are built around realizing the cause of suffering. The hindrance of mind when they arise are an opportunity to practice this releasing.
2009-02-16 Paradox Of Desire 53:07
  Lila Kate Wheeler
2009-02-17 Third Noble Truth: Cessation Of Suffering 62:36
  Hugh Byrne
A talk on the Third Noble Truth - the cessation of suffering - as part of a retreat on the four Noble Truths
2009-02-18 Now That You Know, What Do You Know? 59:31
  Phillip Moffitt
As the part of understanding the three insights of the 4th Noble Truth as practice, it is vital to use"what is path" and to recognize it when it arises.
2009-02-19 Wise Intention 41:04
  Adrianne Ross
How three wise intentions guide us moment to moment along the path. Sorry - The recording on this talk started 16 minutes into the talk.
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