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Dharma Talks
2007-10-24 Life Is What Happens 59:43
  Tony Bernhard
Eight fold path as the practice for becoming free
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2007-10-24 Completion of Birth 55:06
  Leela Sarti
Gaia House The Heart Of Wisdom And Compassion

2007-10-24 Practice In Accordance With Dhamma 35:05
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka Group Retreat

2007-10-23 #4 Fully Knowing Dukkha 60:07
  Stephen Batchelor
An examination of the four ENNOBLING truths as a process of re9rienting one's perspective on life in a conditioned world. Fully knowing dukkha - in all its aspects - leads naturally to a falling away of craving, which culminates in moments of STOPPING, in which the path opens up, i.e., one enters the stream.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Meditation and Study Retreat

2007-10-23 Metta And The Opening Of The Heart - How Metta Transforms Us 63:15
  Donald Rothberg
Metta is generally described and set in the context of the Brahmavihara - the divine abodes. A number of stories are told illustrating the quality of metta and four ways that metta transforms us are identified - (1) We learn to lead with our hearts; (2) We develop in concentration; (3) We purify our being; and (4) We connect more fully with others.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Cultivating Clear Seeing, Opening the Heart

2007-10-23 Karma 59:40
  Joseph Goldstein
Exploring the meaning, importance and experience of karma in our everyday lives.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2007-10-23 Impermanence 52:25
  Carol Wilson
The Buddha said that the perception of impermanence can free our minds from clinging. So why don’t we perceive this accurately?
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2007 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2007-10-23 The Art of Unknowing 54:58
  Yanai Postelnik
Gaia House The Heart Of Wisdom And Compassion

2007-10-23 Walking Meditation 28:02
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka Group Retreat

2007-10-22 #3 Turning The Wheel Of Dhamma 59:54
  Stephen Batchelor
A reflection on the COUNTER-INTUITIVE nature of the Buddha's teaching - how the Dhamma goes against deeply seated intuition, e.g., that there is something permanent in this impermanent world. This is followed by a reading of and reflection on the first discourse the Buddha gave, which outlines the middle way and the four ennobling truths. To be followed in talk #4 by a detailed reading of the four truths as four injunctions rather than four things to believe.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Meditation and Study Retreat

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