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Dharma Talks
2011-10-20 Contentment: The Peace of Not Wanting What You Don’t Have 67:04
  James Baraz
The experience of contentment is the true happiness available through letting go and seeing our experience complete just as it is. Nothing needs to be added or taken away. This talk explores inner contentment, the state of “abundant enoughness”, while distinguishing it from complacency, laziness or just being resigned to the way things are. We can be inspired by a vision of awakening, develop our gifts and make a contribution, while we appreciate things just as they are in the moment.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2011-10-20 Everyday Mind is the Way 54:29
  Norman Fischer
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2011-10-21 Public Talk at Gaia House 2:25:34
  Ajahn Brahmavamso
Gaia House Public Talk

2011-10-21 Looking After Me 33:51
  Jose Reissig
To do so we must go inside - not to our impersonation by the ego, but to our complex being. Having done so, we are ready to transcend this complexity and find the peace of emptiness.
Dominican Sisters center at Saugerties :  The Rhinebeck Sitting Group Retreat

2011-10-21 Characteristics of Inner Beauty 38:36
  Steve Armstrong
Durango Dharma Center :  Universal Beauty and Well Being

2011-10-21 Stories Of Some Buddhist Nuns: Then and Now 60:18
  Carol Wilson
A brief telling of a few of the first Buddhist nuns, parried with stories of some contemporary Buddhist nuns.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2011-10-22 Opening Talk for Embodying the Awakened Heart Retreat 67:27
  Leela Sarti
This talk also includes Yanai Postelnik
Gaia House Embodying the Awakened Heart

2011-10-22 Awakening the Heart Daylong 28:11
  Heather Sundberg
Insight Santa Cruz

2011-10-22 Awakening the Heart Daylong 27:00
  Jason Murphy
Insight Santa Cruz

2011-10-22 Our Money or Our Life 41:04
  Jose Reissig
The problem with money is that it takes us to a strange and separate world, where only the bottom-line counts. The wall separating this world from the rest of our life stretches out inside ourselves, and splits us in two. A wholesome life requires that we take down this inner wall.
Dominican Sisters center at Saugerties :  The Rhinebeck Sitting Group Retreat

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