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Dharma Talks
2009-08-01 Metta: Digging A Good Trench In The Heart 54:49
  Anushka Fernandopulle
Explains cultivating the heart of well-wishing and other heart practices.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Investigating Life: Insight Meditation Retreat for 18-32 Year Olds

2009-08-01 Wrong Way on a One-Way Road 44:26
  Rodney Smith
We are so conditioned to the idea of self-improvement that we try to navigate our spiritual journey for the best possible result.
Seattle Insight Meditation Society

2009-08-01 The Greedy and Foolish Monkey 1:15:10
  John Peacock
Gaia House Mindfulness and the Way of Insight

2009-07-31 How Mindfulness Sets Us Free 50:40
  Tempel Smith
In each moment of our lives we have the possibility to awaken or suffer.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Investigating Life: Insight Meditation Retreat for 18-32 Year Olds

2009-07-31 The Sure Heart's Release Part II 64:00
  Kamala Masters
Understanding the path of practice that leads to the extinction of suffering. Bhavana - bringing forth what has not yet been developed through concentration practice and wisdom practice of Vipassana.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation

2009-07-31 How Do You Want To Live Your Life? 1:19:24
  John Peacock
Gaia House Mindfulness and the Way of Insight

2009-07-30 Trusting Our Own Experience To Teach Us 52:46
  Rebecca Bradshaw
How we connect our own experience to teach us about freedom.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Investigating Life: Insight Meditation Retreat for 18-32 Year Olds

2009-07-30 Questions and Answers 2:08:10
  Bhante Khippapanno
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge July 2009 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2009-07-30 Parami: A Life of Dhamma 57:40
  Steve Armstrong
Development of the 10 qualities of a "good human being" results in a life of dharma, offering contingency plans for the path ahead.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation

2009-07-30 The Woman at the Well 57:49
  James Baraz
Ananda, the Buddha's disciple, while on a mission for the Buddha, requested water to drink from a woman of low cast. The woman protested out of fear that her low caste would contaminate Ananda's holiness; to which Ananada replied, "I ask not for caste but for water." A version of the Buddhist text of this story is available here: http://www.mountainman.com.au/buddha/carus_76.htm
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

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