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Dharma Talks
2006-06-24 Teachings Of The Buddha To Rahula 35:00
  Corrado Pensa
The talk describes both, Buddhist teachings on everyday's action (body, speech and mind) and teachings about meditation, with strong emphasis on anatta and equanimity.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Vipassana Retreat For Experienced Students

2006-06-24 The Five Hindrances 53:58
  Ajahn Metta
Gaia House Foundation in Mindfulness

2006-06-23 Listening To The Teachings; Listening To Ourselves III 46:37
  Larry Rosenberg

2006-06-23 Luminous Mind 56:18
  Eugene Cash
Exploring identification and attachment obscures the natural radiance. How dis-identification reveals the nature of mind. Buddha described a luminosity of mind. This talk explores the attachments and conceptualization that veil this luminosity and points us directly at the radiance of mind. Includes a guided meditation. The Buddha point to the luminous nature of mind. Our practice allows for recognition and realization of our natural luminosity.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2006-06-22 Opening The Heart Center 54:37
  Adrianne Ross
Awakening the qualities of lovingkindness, compassion and joy - reconnecting with true nature as a path to freedom.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2006-06-21 Love Cannot Be Taught 1:25:10
  Corrado Pensa
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2006-06-17 The Janas - part 7 1:38:34
  Pa Auk Sayadaw
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 2006 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2006-06-17 Refuge in Awareness 38:07
  Sharda Rogell
There is no need to be afraid of our personality....embracing all the condtions of our experience brings us to deeper levels of understanding. By recognizing times of deep contentment in ourselves, we plant a cellular memory of happiness that allows us to more easily find a natural resting place for the mind.
Gaia House Insight Meditation and Contemplative Inquiry

2006-06-17 Glorious Failure 57:54
  Ajahn Sucitto

2006-06-15 Restraint and Spontaneity 43:13
  Sharda Rogell
How do we express ourselves authentically, without falling into the extremes of indulgence and repression, where our ego is out of control, where we withdraw, hide behind our Buddhist practice, and lose touch with our vitality and our awakeness?
Gaia House Insight Meditation and Contemplative Inquiry

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