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Dharma Talks
2003-08-09 Suffering And Its End I 56:18
  Thanissaro Bhikkhu
The suffering that arises in the practice is a noble truth, something worthy of respect. You can’t just push it away. If you’re going to end suffering you have to give it space, understand it, and approach it systematically.
Metta Forest Monastery

2003-08-06 Letting Go Of Process Of Self 55:00
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka

2003-07-31 Four Brahmavitavas 53:35
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka

2003-07-25 Four Kinds Of Happiness From Insight Meditation 64:42
  Steven Smith
The four vipassana jhanas and the resulting happiness: seclusion, concentration, contentment, wisdom and equanimity.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Steven Smith Review

2003-07-24 Turning The Mind Toward The Dharma 57:42
  Joseph Goldstein
Reflections on impermanence and karma that in the midst of our lives in the world can help turn the mind towards the Dharma, towards liberation.

2003-07-21 Mindfulness And Supporting Spiritual Virtues 66:45
  Steven Smith
Introduced by gratitude to teachers and lineage. Followed by a thorough description of mindfulness and the four foundations of mindfulness. Concluded by how to support skillful states of faith and courageous energy.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Steven Smith Review

2003-07-19 Four Protective Reflections 55:46
  Steve Armstrong
Skillful use of thought to support and protect practice. Cultivating commitment, tolerance, dispassion and urgency.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2003-07-19 Being In The Present 10 Pararu 53:48
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka

2003-07-14 The Five Spiritual Faculties 44:55
  Fred Von Allmen
Developing faith, effort, mindfulness, collectedness and wisdom.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2003-07-14 Our Response-ability to Life 60:50
  Martin Aylward
Gaia House Gaia House Retreat

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