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Dharma Talks
1998-04-28 Focusing And Insight 42:48
  Christopher
why it is important to face the three characteristics of existence, rather than be a mindful meditator
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Insight Meditation & Inquiry (8 days)

1998-04-28 Unconditionally Friendly Toward Life 62:37
  Tara Brach
large portions of our life are raced through in a mechanical and uncaring way. this talk focuses on the ways that we compartmentalize spiritual life. guided meditations and reflections address how we can cultivate the quality of unconditional caring presence in the midst of all experience.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1998-04-27 Awareness Is Love 46:16
  Sharda Rogell
Turning toward ourselves with awareness rather than away in fear is a movement of love.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1998-04-26 Dnu: Three Teachings 33:47
  Christopher
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Insight Meditation & Inquiry (8 days)

1998-04-25 Opening Talk with Sally Clough: Meditation Instructions (Dnu) 44:09
  Christopher
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Insight Meditation & Inquiry (8 days)

1998-04-23 Paramita As A Gift Of Generosity 55:37
  Sylvia Boorstein
"when we see clearly we behave impeccably"
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

1998-04-18 Loving Aversion 44:06
  Carol Wilson

1998-04-17 Without Struggle, Without Agenda 62:55
  Sylvia Boorstein
acknowledging the difficult fabric of life
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

1998-04-15 Dealing With Ill-Will 50:25
  Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia
This talk examines all kinds of ill-will from mild irritation to murderous rage and how to deal with it.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1998-04-14 Thinking 69:07
  Achaan Amaro
We don't have to get rid of thinking in order to meditate. There is no problem with thinking in and of itself, but only in how we sometimes relate to it. This talk explores the role and nature of conceptual thought, how to relate to it skillfully, as well as acknowledging the value and right use of reflective thinking.

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