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Dharma Talks
2007-06-15 Intelligent Body Work 59:17
  Ajahn Sucitto
New York Insight Meditation Center Sankhara

2007-06-15 Questions 41:18
  Ajahn Sucitto
New York Insight Meditation Center Sankhara

2007-06-14 Introduction to Metta Week 1 1:27:54
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center

2007-06-14 Ten Imperfections Of Insight - part 1 with Q&A 1:43:06
  Sayadaw Vivekananda
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

2007-06-14 Accessing Limitless Freedom 53:55
  Sharda Rogell
As the force of identification with our body, mind and feelings gets weaker, the sense of 'me-ness' weakens. Then, the 'I' is not so demanding and we small the perfume of selflessness.
Gaia House Insight Meditation and Contemplative Enquiry

2007-06-14 Equanimity Part 2 55:09
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage Metta Upekkha Retreat

2007-06-13 Realizing Our Basic Goodness 1:17:27
  Tara Brach
Our greatest suffering is not realizing who we are. Identified with a sense of separate and deficient self, we forget the basic goodness of our heart and awareness. In this two part series we will explore the practices of presence that support us in awakening from the prison of trance, deepening our empathy and embodying the goodness that is our deepest nature.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2007-06-13 Inquiry And Investigation - part 3 43:33
  Donald Rothberg
We continue exploring the nature and methods of inquiry, the freshness, openness, interest and energy it can bring to practice. We explore (1) mindfulness – based inquiry, (2) deep listening, (3) working with teachings (here particularly the Four Noble Truths and Precepts), (4) radical questions and (5) deconstructing fixed beliefs, with more time on numbers 3 – 5.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2007-06-13 Shining Light on the Body 55:43
  Sharda Rogell
Sometimes mindfulness of the body is neglected for more exalted meditation experiences. However, the first foundation of mindfulness points to the importance of grounding in the body as a central support for presence and connection to our experience, which allows for a deeper investigation into the nature of things.
Gaia House Insight Meditation and Contemplative Enquiry

2007-06-13 Emptiness 36:26
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka Sankhara

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