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Dharma Talks
2012-01-21 An Overview of the Eightfold Path 64:09
  Sharda Rogell
A talk given by Sharda Rogell, Anna Douglas and Howie Cohn teaching on the importance of practicing and following the path to wisdom and compassion as taught by the Buddha.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2012-01-21 An Overview of the Eightfold Path 64:16
  Howard Cohn
A talk given by Sharda Rogell, Anna Douglas and Howie Cohn teaching on the importance of practicing and following the path to wisdom and compassion as taught by the Buddha.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2012-01-21 An Overview of the Eightfold Path 64:16
  Anna Douglas
A talk given by Sharda Rogell, Anna Douglas and Howie Cohn teaching on the importance of practicing and following the path to wisdom and compassion as taught by the Buddha.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2012-01-21 An Overview of the Eightfold Path 64:16
  Sharda, Howie and Anna
A talk given by Sharda Rogell, Anna Douglas and Howie Cohn teaching on the importance of practicing and following the path to wisdom and compassion as taught by the Buddha.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Essential Dharma

2012-01-23 It's About Time 46:43
  Wes Nisker
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2012-01-23 Fundamentals of the Dharma: Moving Toward the Struggle 0:36
  Rodney Smith
Why did the Buddha say he only taught suffering and the end of suffering? If this is the core of what he taught, how diligently do we practice it? Do our practices attempt to understand the nature of anguish, or do they sidestep that issue and attempt to create anguish-free environments and foster greater dependency on pleasant experiences? Do we see anguish as a fundamental dharmic principle that guides and directs us toward liberation, or do we pull back and adapt a philosophical approach to anguish - "This too shall pass." Suffering provides all that is necessary for a complete understanding of the formation of self, but we must be willing to move toward the difficult for that to be imparted.
Seattle Insight Meditation Society
In collection Fundamentals of the Dharma

2012-01-23 The Joys In Practice 53:06
  Sky Dawson
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2012 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2012-01-24 Dana, Sila and Bhavana 41:00
  Howard Cohn
Mission Dharma

2012-01-24 Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation - Week 2 1:27:07
  Mark Nunberg
Class
Common Ground Meditation Center

2012-01-24 What is Right View 41:01
  Shaila Catherine
Right view is an approach to life that leads to awakening, to enlightenment. As mindfulness becomes mainstreamed in western culture, serious practitioners should take care that the framework of virtue, the integrated eight-fold path, and the liberating potential of meditation practice are not lost. Both mundane and supramundane right view are examined in this talk. Ultimately, right view implies a direct realization of the four noble truths and of the model of dependent arising.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Tuesday Talks
In collection Buddhist Perspectives on Right View

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