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Dharma Talks in English
2014-12-29 Dependent Arising - Deconstructing The Causes of Suffering 47:44
  Jenny Wilks
An exploration of how we create a sense of self that leads to dukkha.
Gaia House New Year's Retreat

2014-12-29 Meditation: Grace, Forgiveness, Gratitude 55:52
  Ruth King
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC 2014 IMCW New Year Retreat: Awakening the Heart of Compassion

2014-12-29 Questions and Answers 37:34
  Akincano Marc Weber
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Embodying the Heart of Wisdom: New Year’s Retreat

2014-12-29 Settling in as body and the place of walking meditation (Akincano) 57:12
  Catherine McGee
Day one meditation guidance. Valuing and attuning to the body. How concentration can come about through bearing the body in mind
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Embodying the Heart of Wisdom: New Year’s Retreat

2014-12-28 Opening Talk 1:14:53
  Yanai Postelnik
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Embodying the Heart of Wisdom: New Year’s Retreat

2014-12-28 The Eightfold Path 30:28
  Ayya Anandabodhi
New Year's Retreat
Insight Retreat Center

2014-12-28 Grandmotherly Mind 45:23
  Pamela Weiss
This talk explores how listening with kindness supports our inner wisdom and reveals the possibility of transformation and freedom.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center New Year's Insight Meditation Retreat

2014-12-28 The Four Noble Truths 46:47
  Jake Dartington
Gaia House New Year's Retreat

2014-12-28 Refuge 20:29
  Ayya Santacittā
New Year's Retreat
Insight Retreat Center

2014-12-27 Deep Peace 27:11
  Shaila Catherine
Everyone seems to wish for world peace and inner peace, yet stress, agitation, and struggle may still dominate our lives. Are you seeking peace in ways that it can realistically be found? Satisfaction cannot be gained in the world of conditioned things, possessions, and identities. Enduring happiness and peace are found when we turn our attention inward, and let go of the causes of suffering and conflict. This talk explores a number of Buddhist approaches to santisukha, peace and happiness, including 1) virtue, 2) guarding the sense doors with mindfulness, 3) concentration and jhana practices, 4) formless or immaterial attainments, and 5) the ultimate peace brought by insight, letting go, release, and final knowledge. The path of peace develops the mind and enables the adept practitioner to live joyfully, without clinging to anything in this world.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley

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