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Dharma Talks
2012-01-14 The Path Of Awareness 60:38
  Mark Coleman
What is mindfulness - how can we develop it in our meditation and lives and how does awareness reveal freedom and its obstacles - i.e. the hindrances to meditate and how to to overcome them.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Living a Mindful and Compassionate Life: Insight and Metta Weekend

2012-01-15 Freedom from Fear 30:20
  Ajahn Thanasanti
Colorado Springs Dharma Punx
Shakti Vihara

2012-01-15 Freedom from Fear - Q&A 34:20
  Ajahn Thanasanti
Colorado Springs Dharma Punx
Shakti Vihara

2012-01-15 Week 1, Part 1: Introduction to the Suttas 43:28
  Guy Armstrong
The most reliable version of the teachings of the historical Buddha is found in the Pali suttas, or discourses, which make up about 20 volumes of texts. These teachings were transmitted orally for 400 years and were first written down around 100 B.C.E. Their survival to the present day in such a complete form is so unlikely that it might be considered as slightly miraculous. By studying these original texts we can discover the tremendous rewards that come from hearing the authentic voice of this amazing teacher. In this 4-week series we will explore a few key texts which contain some of the most important of the Buddha's teachings in their original formulations. In the first class we will offer an introduction to the overall study of these suttas, which present certain challenges given the spiritual, cultural and historical distances involved for us today. Students will be provided with good English translations of all the suttas covered. This series is suitable for experienced meditation students who have some understanding of the Buddha's basic teachings.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Sutta Study Class Series with Guy Armstrong & Richard Shankman

2012-01-15 Week 1, Part 2: Introduction to the Suttas 61:22
  Guy Armstrong
The most reliable version of the teachings of the historical Buddha is found in the Pali suttas, or discourses, which make up about 20 volumes of texts. These teachings were transmitted orally for 400 years and were first written down around 100 B.C.E. Their survival to the present day in such a complete form is so unlikely that it might be considered as slightly miraculous. By studying these original texts we can discover the tremendous rewards that come from hearing the authentic voice of this amazing teacher. In this 4-week series we will explore a few key texts which contain some of the most important of the Buddha's teachings in their original formulations. In the first class we will offer an introduction to the overall study of these suttas, which present certain challenges given the spiritual, cultural and historical distances involved for us today. Students will be provided with good English translations of all the suttas covered. This series is suitable for experienced meditation students who have some understanding of the Buddha's basic teachings.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Sutta Study Class Series with Guy Armstrong & Richard Shankman

2012-01-16 A Practical Guide to Healing 61:05
  Dale Borglum
A brief outline of the Buddhist path to wholeness. Motivation, the three yanas, and non-duality.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2012-01-16 Compassion Is The Natural Response To Suffering 52:48
  Sky Dawson
Compassion is balanced with wisdom and is a natural response to seeing pain in others. It comes with care for all life.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2012 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2012-01-17 Right View 32:07
  Lama Surya Das
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Tuesday Talks—2012

2012-01-17 Practicing the Five Recollections 44:38
  Anushka Fernandopulle
Mission Dharma

2012-01-17 Desire and Steps 2 & 3 40:28
  Kevin Griffin
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Practice of Recovery

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