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Dharma Talks
2010-09-19 Recollections of Ajahn Chah, part 3 1:11:58
  Ajahn Pasanno
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2010-09-18 Householders' Practice of Paramis: Abandoning Craving 63:45
  Steve Armstrong
Santa Rosa :  Sacramento Insight Meditation

2010-09-18 Working with the Inner Critic, Part 2 15:15
  Mark Coleman
How to work with, understand and free oneself from the tyranny of the inner critic (judge).
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2010-09-18 Working with the Inner Critic, Part 1 52:31
  Mark Coleman
How to work with, understand and free oneself from the tyranny of the inner critic (judge).
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2010-09-18 Metta Chant 3:36
  Steve Armstrong
Santa Rosa :  Sacramento Insight Meditation

2010-09-17 The Sources Of Happiness 57:52
  Guy Armstrong
In the Buddha’s teachings, there are five areas of practice that lead to happiness: sense pleasures (for lay people), wholesome actions (or merit), concentration, insight and awakening. Each of these offers a more complete and reliable happiness than the one before it. The talk outlines the ways each of these areas contributes to our happiness.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2010-09-17 Kamma: An Opportunity for the Future 56:25
  Steve Armstrong
Santa Rosa :  Sacramento Insight Meditation

2010-09-17 Chanting Refuges and Five Retreat Precepts 2:25
  Steve Armstrong
Santa Rosa :  Sacramento Insight Meditation

2010-09-16 How We Hold Ourselves with Others 45:45
  James Baraz
The ability to let go of the past and to forgive depends on how we hold ourselves with others. This talk explores how we affect others and how we can move to a greater connection.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2010-09-16 So You Like to Think! 51:06
  Myoshin Kelley
An exploration of this natural function and how we can use it as a support for our meditation.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge September 2010 at IMS - Forest Refuge

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