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Dharma Talks
2011-10-09 Metta: Tenderness and Connection 61:11
  Guy Armstrong
The practice of lovingkindness makes the heart more sensitive to the joys and sorrows of life. It also reveals a deep sense of connection to all sentient existence that overcomes a painful sense of isolation.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2011-10-10 Heartful Awareness and the Inner Critic 47:55
  Brad Richecoeur
Gaia House Stillness and Movement:Insight Meditation and Qi Gong

2011-10-10 Training The Mind In The Renunciant Form 20:33
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka Vassa Group Retreat

2011-10-10 Done Is What Had to be Done 62:34
  Michele McDonald
True North Insight 11MM Doing What Had to be Done

2011-10-10 Waking up from delusion 57:42
  Sally Clough Armstrong
We often hear about and experience the suffering caused by greed and aversion, yet delusion, the third of the kilesas, or torments of mind, is in some ways a more fundamental cause of suffering, because if we weren’t deluded, we wouldn’t believe that by grasping or pushing away we could avoid suffering. The challenge with delusion is its very definition is that we don’t it is operating. This talk examines the many ways that delusion manifests, so we can begin to bring more clarity and understanding to our experience.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2011-10-10 NYI POC Sangha: October Sit Right Understanding 39:44
  Gina Sharpe
New York Insight Meditation Center NYI Regular Talks

2011-10-10 Poetry & Beauty 63:01
  Jack Kornfield
Words, Metaphor and the Dance of Dharma
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2011-10-11 Wisdom Activity 30:55
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka Vassa Group Retreat

2011-10-11 Wise Speech 13:35
  Mary Grace Orr
Insight Santa Cruz

2011-10-11 Satipatthana Sutta, Fourth Foundation: The Spirit of Questioning 56:21
  Rodney Smith
Questions are the life's blood of the dharma. If we are willing to follow wherever the question takes us, then the question will take us out of our beliefs and opinions into something new and unexplored. Something will end in us and will not arise again in the same way.
Seattle Insight Meditation Society
In collection The Satipatthana Sutta

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