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Dharma Talks
2008-05-21 Mindfulness In Relationship To Food 59:54
  Pablo Das
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Dharma and Recovery

2008-05-21 A Bridge To The Other Shore 56:27
  Trudy Goodman
Using the experience of her mother’s recent death, Trudy talks about ways to practice with emotional reactivity and pure strong emotion.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Insight Meditation Retreat

2008-05-21 Maintaining A Sense Of Vision And Practice In The Midst Of Conflicts 58:12
  Donald Rothberg
Why is it so difficult to bring practice into situations of conflict? We look at five reasons for these difficulties, each of which suggests an aspect of our practice in the midst of conflicts. We then explore some resources for nondual conflict transformation, particularly the middle way of the Buddha and a "both-and" vision for working with conflicts.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Path of Engagement

2008-05-19 Vesak Celebration 60:51
  Myoshin Kelley
Reflection on the qualities of the Buddha
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge May 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2008-05-19 The Fool's Path 42:25
  Wes Nisker
Accepting Our Human Condition, Laughing With Ourselves, Stumbling Toward Enlightenment.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2008-05-15 Satipatthana Sutta - part 37 - Four Noble Truths: The Origin Of Dukkha 55:10
  Joseph Goldstein
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge May 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge
In collection Satipatthana Sutta Series

2008-05-15 Buddhadharma As A Path Of Happiness - part 9: The Mystery Of Connection 50:36
  James Baraz
This is number six in a ten-part series on Buddhadharma as a Path of Happiness. This series covers the ten principles discussed in James' Awakening Joy Course from a dharma perspective. James's dog "Pal" died this week.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

2008-05-15 Big Picture 17:36
  Mary Grace Orr
Insight Santa Cruz

2008-05-14 Golfing With Monkeys 1:10:38
  Tara Brach
The Buddha taught that in any moment that we have an argument with life, we suffer. This talk explores the ways we are conditioned to think life should be different, and how the natural arising of unpleasant experience becomes locked into suffering. An experiential reflection guides us in how to respond, rather than react, to life's challenges...inhabiting a wise heart.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2008-05-14 Practicing in Daily Life: Responding to Difficulty with Compassion 52:42
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

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