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Dharma Talks
2014-04-17 Framed By Awareness 56:32
  Achaan Sucitto
Our mind /body is held in the grip of kamma, framed by anxiety, grief and other forms of dukkha. Mindfulness replaces this frame with clear, emphatic awareness.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Holistic Awareness: Monastic Retreat

2014-04-17 Reflection On Benefits Of Metta 17:43
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage One Month Hermitage with Marcia Rose

2014-04-17 Wise Responses to Hindrances 52:48
  Jake Dartington
Gaia House A Path of Freedom

2014-04-17 Sutta Series: Anatta-lakkhana Sutta - The Discourse on the Not-Self Characteristic - SN #22 53:33
  James Baraz
This is the second discourse given by the Buddha to his five original ascetic companions after setting the wheel of the Dharma in motion. The Buddha gives his teaching on Anatta (or not-self), and the five become enlightened.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2014-04-17 Evening Chanting and Dharma Talk - Count Your Blessings 52:34
  Ajahn Metta
Reflections on patience. How can we develop patience in our practice and in our everyday life situations.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Holistic Awareness: Monastic Retreat

2014-04-18 Guided Meditation On Standing 30:17
  Achaan Sucitto
The session deals with subtle bodywork - moving breath through the abdomen, chest and head
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Holistic Awareness: Monastic Retreat

2014-04-18 The Thermals Of Awakening 53:51
  Achaan Sucitto
The supportive factors of meditation build up to a rising current that carries the mind to greater clarity, confidence and collected samadi
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Holistic Awareness: Monastic Retreat

2014-04-18 The Liberating Embrace Of Impermanence 1:17:22
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage One Month Hermitage with Marcia Rose

2014-04-18 Why Buddhism and the Modern World Need Each Other 55:50
  David Loy
With comments by Donald Rothberg
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening in Service & Action: A Study Retreat on Socially Engaged Buddhism

2014-04-18 Recognising the Taste of Freedom (Part One) 62:15
  Kirsten Kratz
The teachings of the Buddha are described as having one taste and one taste only, the taste of freedom.This talks explores how we may understand the concept of freedom in more conventional ways and within our practice, mentioning some of the ways we may experience being not free, stuck or bound.
Gaia House A Path of Freedom

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