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Dharma Talks
2010-03-17 Knowledge and Vision of Things as They Are (Liberative Dependent Arising 8) 59:52
  Donald Rothberg
We explore how "knowledge and vision of things as they are," supported by concentration and earlier factors, brings us insight into impermanence, suffering and the roots of suffering, and not-self. We examine some of the forces and structure that lead to delusion and a lack of clear seeing, as well as how to practice to cultivate these insights.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March 2010 Month Long

2010-03-17 Realizing Your True Nature - Four Reflections 1:19:43
  Tara Brach
This talk explores a Tibetan teaching through reflection and guided meditations: Our true nature--our inherent wakefuness, openness and love--is closer than we can imagine; it is more profound than we can imagine; it is easier than we can imagine; and it is more wondrous than we can imagine.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2010-03-17 Selves and Not-Self, Part II 41:42
  Thanissaro Bhikkhu
One in a series of 3 Talks: The Buddha viewed perceptions of self and not-self as a form of karma, or action. Thus the question is not, “Do I have a self?” or “What is my true self?” Instead, it is “When is it skillful to perceive a self, and when is it more skillful to perceive not-self?” This series of three talks will explore this last question. Part II explores ways in which a healthy, mature sense of self is essential to the practice.
New York Insight Meditation Center New York Insight 2010 Talks

2010-03-17 When in Doubt, Make Belief- An Interview with Jeff Bell 58:07
  Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2010-03-16 Knowledge and Vision of Things as They Are 49:28
  Mary Grace Orr
A continuation of the series on transcendental dependent origination-the beginnings of insight.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March 2010 Month Long

2010-03-16 Selves & Not-Self, Part I 35:40
  Thanissaro Bhikkhu
One in a series of 3 talks: The Buddha viewed perceptions of self and not-self as a form of karma, or action. Thus the question is not, “Do I have a self?” or “What is my true self?” Instead, it is “When is it skillful to perceive a self, and when is it more skillful to series of three talks will explore this last question. Part I explores the issue of why the Buddha refused to take a position on the question of whether or not there is a self.
New York Insight Meditation Center New York Insight 2010 Talks

2010-03-16 Satipatthana Sutta, Introduction: Understanding Mindfulness 60:14
  Rodney Smith
Mindfulness is at the heart of the Buddha's teaching, but few people understand how it evolves from the simple practice of being mindful into a mature, full-embodied awareness.
Seattle Insight Meditation Society
In collection The Satipatthana Sutta

2010-03-16 Body/Mind Conscience and the Voice of Knowing 48:14
  Ayya Tathaaloka
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Applications of Mindfulness A Six Week Guest Speaker Series

2010-03-16 No Ox Can Hide Hear 57:15
  Myo Lahey
Gaia House The Ten Ox Herding Pictures - stories of Zen Practice, ancient and modern

2010-03-15 Peace of Letting Go 1:11:48
  Ajahn Thanasanti
The tasks of letting go in precepts, commitment, working with awareness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

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