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Dharma Talks
2002-03-05 Faith: Bring The Heart To Practice 59:40
  James Baraz
Developing faith as a quality of heart that is essential for our selves, our practice, and releasing the angst of doubt and the illusion of suffering. What is the place of faith in practice? How can we cultivate faith, trust and confidence? What is faith and how does it work?
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-03-01 Integrating Insight 49:13
  Anna Douglas
The effect of insight on our attitudes, thoughts and feelings.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-02-28 Emptiness And Form 54:45
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka

2002-02-27 Relationships As A Path Of Spiritual Awakening 42:42
  Tara Brach
Our human relationships give rise to pain and pleasure, fear, suffering and love. As we bring our experience into the light of mindful awareness, we awaken compassion and discover the truth of our connectedness.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2002-02-22 Empty Knowing 56:54
  Guy Armstrong
DNU
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-02-20 Self Knowing - A Quiet Passion (4) 47:57
  Larry Rosenberg
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center CIMC Wednesday Talks

2002-02-19 Opening To Experience: Forgiveness, Patience & Humor 1:34:13
  James Baraz
Using forgiveness, patience, and humor as we open up to what is unpleasant without experiencing aversion, and to what is pleasant without experiencing grasping.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-02-19 Opening To Experience: Forgiveness, Patience & Humor 61:10
  James Baraz
Using forgiveness, patience, and humor as we open up to what is unpleasant without experiencing aversion, and to what is pleasant without experiencing grasping.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-02-19 Emptiness And Compassion 57:33
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka

2002-02-18 The Tides Of Conceiving 60:19
  Carol Wilson
Insight as a shift of perception--How our perceptions give rise to thoughts, associations, interpretations--the whole realm of papanca and suffering. Not to be caught in papanca is to be at peace.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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