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Dharma Talks
2002-12-05 Choice Words 57:28
  Steve Armstrong
the five characteristics of well spoken speech: from a friendly heart, gently, truthfully, for other's benefit and at the proper time
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2002-12-04 Joseph's Dharma Life Story 63:42
  Joseph Goldstein
Joseph shares personal stories about his dharma journey.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2002-12-02 The Power Of Metta: Is Insight Enough? 59:13
  Guy Armstrong
Metta is a powerful tool in the journey of awakening. The practice makes the heart more responsive and also offers purification, concentration, connection to all of life, and happiness.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2002-12-01 The Lion's Roar 67:25
  Marcia Rose
There is great power and strength in the capacity to connect within our self and to others. Directly, clearly, patiently and fearlessly with a heart/mind that is free of ill-will and rooted in lovingkindness and mindfulness.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month Retreat Part 2

2002-11-28 The Highest Blessing 49:46
  Kamala Masters
This is a reading of the Mahamangala Sutta, the highest blessings, with some commentary on various aspects that relate to our life.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month Retreat Part 2

2002-11-27 Mindfulness And Metta 50:01
  John Travis
The practice of mindfulness and heart.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-11-24 Generosity - A Powerful Medicine 62:19
  Marcia Rose
An inner wealth of generosity is powerful medicine. An antidote to the anguish and confusion that's generated through the training to accumulate and fixate upon and cling to our accumulations, generosity a seamless circle - giving and receiving. It feeds and grows itself.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month Retreat Part 2

2002-11-22 The River Of Change 53:45
  Kamala Masters
The direct experience of the truth of change at ever-deepening levels re-aligns our relationship with the world and enables us to let be and let go.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month Retreat Part 2

2002-11-21 Anatta Characteristic 66:46
  Steve Armstrong
The Buddha instructed us to see events as "not me, not mine, not who I am." When the body, choices, personal history and the narrator are seen in this way, the happiness of peace becomes possible.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2002-11-20 Bvihara - Mudita Practice 44:46
  Marcia Rose
Instructions - Mudita Practice. Short reflection with oneself - good, helpful, skillful things we've done. Mudita phrases with - some it's easy to rejoice for/with--------and a benefactor, a friend, a family member, fellow yogi, all yogis on retreat.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

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