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Dharma Talks
2010-11-07 The Path Ahead: Integrating Our Life into our Practice 41:49
  Sharda Rogell
A talk given on the closing morning of retreat that lays out the way to live with wise intentions for liberating our habitual tendencies and living an awakening life.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Art of Embodied Presence

2010-11-07 Attributes of Inner Beauty: Wisdom 53:34
  Steve Armstrong
Maui, Hi :  Daylong Meditation, Maui Hawaii

2010-11-07 Understanding Joy in Meditation Practice 51:13
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

2010-11-07 Not Self and Selfing 57:10
  Andrea Fella
An exploration of the Buddha's teaching on anatta (not Self) and how we can understand this teaching by observing what we take to be self.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 2

2010-11-08 The World Led by Mind 32:37
  Christina Feldman
Cultivating mindfulness of thought and how it shapes the world.
Gaia House November Solitary Retreat

2010-11-08 Compassion 56:33
  Annie Nugent
Compassion can show itself in a soft and quiet way, but it can also be quite fiery too. However it shows itself, at it's core is the deep resonance and understanding of suffering – and the wish to alleviate it.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 2

2010-11-08 Developing the Parami' Part 2 61:43
  Mark Coleman
This talk continues an exploration of the Buddhas teachings in the Paramis - specifically focusing on the Parimi of Love ( metta) energy, persistence, truthfulness and morality.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2010-11-09 Mindfulness Part 1 1:25:12
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage Self No Self and the Creative Process

2010-11-09 Recollection of the Dhamma-part of a three part series on the Triple Gem: As Refuge, Inspiration, and Meditation Practice 54:00
  Shaila Catherine
The Triple Gem: Recollection of the Dhamma—The Liberating Teachings. This is the second installment in a three part series on the three jewels or three refuges. This talk introduces the practice of contemplating the Dhamma (dhammanusati) as a meditation practice that enhances joy, delight, energy, and faith in the efficacy of the path. The reflection considers the Dhamma as good in the beginning, good in the middle, and good in the end, pure in its meaning and in its detail, immediate, timeless, inviting one to come and see, worthy of application, to be experienced by the wise.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley
In collection Triple Gem: As Refuge, Inspiration, and Meditation Practice

2010-11-09 What is Secular Buddhism 54:25
  Stephen Batchelor
Wellington Insight Meditation Community Secular Buddhism

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