Donate  |   Contact

The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
 
Dharma Talks
2002-05-22 Three Characteristics 56:12
  Adrianne Ross
How being with and understanding suffering and it's causes leads to deep insights into the nature of Anicca and Anatta. Ways of working with impermanence and "non-self" in our lives and practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2002-05-21 Radical Acceptance 51:40
  Tara Brach
The Buddha taught that suffering arises when we want life to be different than it is. Radical acceptance cuts through grasping and aversion and reveals the freedom of our true nature.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2002-05-18 Interest, attention, contact 55:20
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka

2002-05-15 Self Knowing - A Quiet Passion (5) 1:33:13
  Larry Rosenberg
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center CIMC Wednesday Talks

2002-05-10 If I Pay Attention, I Am Kind 69:16
  Sylvia Boorstein
Recapitulation of how mindfulness works to condition the strengthening of the paramitas.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2002-05-08 Unseating The Inner Tyrant 60:07
  Ajahn Sucitto
Wholesome path factors and the obstacle to realizing them—the “inner tyrant” of critical mindset. The dwelling on suffering, rather than upon the cessation, and means of unseating this from the mind.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-05-01 Working With Difficulty 48:27
  Michele McDonald
How to work skillfully with difficult body sensations, emotions, or mental states.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-04-29 Trusting Our Practice Of Awakening Wisdom 45:13
  Michele McDonald
Practicing choosing to "show up" for our experience because we are aware that we are here to learn as much as we can spiritually. This leads to trusting our practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2002-04-28 Closing Guided Meditation: Sharing Awareness 43:37
  Ajahn Sucitto
Guided meditation
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2002-04-25 Emptiness - It's Just This 66:40
  Ajahn Sucitto
Distilling the salient forms that are settling. Handling material. The ground of relative emptiness—”it’s just this.” Kamma formations, self, the making much of “do, do, do” and emptying that. Pleasure and protection, taking what you need. Subjectivity as opposed to self. Panic—do we have the spaciousness to learn?
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

Creative
                             Commons Logo