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Dharma Talks
2012-11-26 Transforming Suffering 55:06
  Mark Coleman
How to work with the inevitable challenges and vicissitudes of life
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2012-11-27 It Should be Like This 50:49
  Ajahn Sumedho
38 of 43 from Luang Por Sumedho - CD: Talks from Thailand (2008-2014)

2012-11-27 The Naturalness of Loving Kindness - Week 1 of 4 1:29:14
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center

2012-11-27 Speech - Wise And Not So Wise 62:54
  Pascal Auclair
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 2

2012-11-28 Four Foundations of Mindfulness V- The Third Foundation; Mindfulness of Thoughts and Emotions 62:24
  Donald Rothberg
After a brief review of the First and Second Foundations, we explore the Third Foundation: 1. as mindfulness of thoughts and emotions, and 2. as mindfulness of the presence or absence of greed, hatred and delusion, offering a number of practices for both.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2012-11-28 Sakkayaditthi 56:52
  Ajahn Sumedho
39 of 43 from Luang Por Sumedho - CD: Talks from Thailand (2008-2014)

2012-11-28 Seeing the Limitations of the World is Liberating 54:12
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

2012-11-28 The Noble Eightfold Path to Freedom - Talk 2 of 3 1:38:31
  Gina Sharpe
The Fourth Noble Truth expounded by the Buddha is that there is a Path to Freedom, to Liberation, to the sure heart’s release. He said that freedom is possible, and that if it were not possible, he would not ask us to walk the path to it. How can we use all of our life, its 10,000 joys and its 10,000 sorrows, as the ground of liberation, of freedom? By understanding the three pronged path of Meditation, of living a life of Integrity, and of developing Wisdom and putting our understanding into action, liberation is not a distant goal, but a present moment experience. Through practice, reflection and inquiry, we will deepen our understanding of the Path, its obstacles and its realization.
New York Insight Meditation Center The Noble Eightfold Path
In collection The Noble Eightfold Path to Freedom - Talk 1 of 3

2012-11-29 Who we really are. 49:28
  James Baraz
Who You Really Are Walt Whitman wrote: “I am larger, better than I thought; I did not know I held so much goodness." A key aspect of genuine awakening is realizing the basic goodness that is our true nature (when we're not confused or lost in our stories). What gets in the way of accessing this basic goodness? What supports it?
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2012-11-29 The Dharma in Brief 67:51
  Gil Fronsdal
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Emptiness: a Meditation and Study Retreat

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