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Dharma Talks
2008-03-19 Our Heart's Aspiration 1:13:52
  Tara Brach
This talk weaves two teachings that are key to awakening. "The most important thing is remembering the most important thing" helps us be guided by the compass of our heart in living our lives. And discovering that "what we long for is already here" lets us trust that the love or peace we seek is found in the fullness of presence.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2008-03-19 Us As The World And The World As Us: The Two Truths 43:07
  Trudy Goodman
This is a talk about form, manifested as the personal, and emptiness, the vast universal activity of the Dharma - the two truths express in our lives as our practice deepens more and more clearly
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation 1-Month Retreat

2008-03-19 Awareness Is Like The Unconditioned 61:34
  Guy Armstrong
This is a condensed version of two earlier talks in 2008: “The Five Aggregates” from January and “Consciousness, Awareness & Nibbana” from February.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center From Awareness to Wisdom: Exploring the Mind

2008-03-18 Morning Meditation "Big Sky" 44:33
  Joseph Goldstein
Morning Meditation "Big Sky"
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center From Awareness to Wisdom: Exploring the Mind

2008-03-17 Sudden Awakening, Gradual Cultivation 57:27
  Joseph Goldstein
Working with doubt and aversion in the context of the nature of awareness.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center From Awareness to Wisdom: Exploring the Mind

2008-03-15 The Attitude Of Awareness 54:07
  Guy Armstrong
The right attitude for meditation is one free from greed, aversion and delusion. The talk also defines some key terms in practice: consciousness, mindfulness, awareness, and wisdom.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center From Awareness to Wisdom: Exploring the Mind

2008-03-15 The Stilling Of The Conditioned 46:11
  Achaan Sucitto
Cittaviveka Winter Retreat

2008-03-14 Brahmavihara Retreat 12:39:57
  Bhante Henepola Gunaratana
The brahmaviharas are four mental states that the Buddha encouraged for the practice of meditation. They are loving -friendliness (metta), compassion, sympathetic joy (rejoicing in the happiness of others), and equanimity. Through these practices we develop a loving heart, concentration, self-acceptance, fearlessness and happiness. These practices also establish our fundamental connectedness to all life.
Bhavana Society Brahmavihara Retreat

2008-03-14 The River Of Life 48:21
  Pamela Weiss
Exploring the ways that insight into impermanence deepens our appreciation for the beauty and mystery of life
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation 1-Month Retreat

2008-03-13 Rain - Difficult Emotions As A Path To Awakening 52:52
  Trudy Goodman
This is a talk on working with difficult emotions and how they can be an expression of truth, a doorway to the Dharma.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation 1-Month Retreat

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