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Dharma Talks
2008-10-04 32 Parts Of The Body And The Heart Of The Buddha's Feelings 65:28
  Bob Stahl
Further elaboration on the 32 parts of the body. The Buddh's story and 4 Noble Truths and the worm song of death
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Standing Firm in That Which You Are: Mindfulness of the Body

2008-10-04 "Mickey Mouse" with Q&A - part 2 15:43
  Sayadaw U Jagara
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2008-10-04 Second Day Instructions - Vedana 20:51
  Rob Burbea
Gaia House Equanimity

2008-10-04 The Unshakeable Heart (Part 1) 59:06
  Rob Burbea
Gaia House Equanimity

2008-10-03 The Burdensome Practice Of Judging 58:00
  Mary Grace Orr
Retreats have great difficulties and one of the most difficult is the judging mind. This talk explores hindrances and strategies to counter difficulties.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Standing Firm in That Which You Are: Mindfulness of the Body

2008-10-03 The Development of Equanimity: Introduction and First Instructions 1:19:33
  Rob Burbea
Gaia House Equanimity

2008-10-02 Introduction to Mindfulness - Week 4 1:28:14
  Mark Nunberg
Class
Common Ground Meditation Center

2008-10-02 The Path Within 32 Parts Of The Body 62:16
  Bob Stahl
This is a retreat talk on the journey of awakening, the challenges that come up in practice and the potentials for experiencing freedom. There is also a talk on the 32 parts of the body meditations, the practice, the history and its benefits.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Standing Firm in That Which You Are: Mindfulness of the Body

2008-10-02 32 Parts Of The Body Chant 14:42
  Bob Stahl
Evening chant
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Standing Firm in That Which You Are: Mindfulness of the Body

2008-10-01 Inviting Mara To Tea 1:12:00
  Tara Brach
One of the great archetypal themes in the Buddha's life is facing Mara, the shadow side of greed, hatred and delusion. Rather than being seduced, fighting or running away, the Buddha simply recognized Mara's presence and invited him to tea. This talk and guided meditation explores the theme of a radical and engaged presence, and how it directly translates into a sacred path of healing and freedom.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

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