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Dharma Talks
2007-11-10 Prejudices And Biases 46:34
  Ajahn Sucitto

2007-11-09 The Mystery 65:52
  Wes Nisker
Scientific story of who we are, with dharma lessons
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Retreat

2007-11-09 Working With The Judging Mind 55:46
  Sally Clough Armstrong
The voice of the inner critic is a huge source of suffering for many people. Learning to work skillfully with this voice allows us to develop an sense of respect and trust in ourselves that is essential for the deepening of our spiritual practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 2

2007-11-08 The Mystery Of Stillness 55:58
  Phillip Moffitt
Our daily lives are filled with desire, yet desire leads to suffering. How do we reconcile the paradox between caring love and non-attachment?
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Retreat

2007-11-08 Buddhist Master Series: Mahasi Sayadaw & Noteing 55:01
  James Baraz
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

2007-11-08 Habits Of Mind 57:36
  Carol Wilson
The practice of mindfulness is like swimming upstream against the habits of mind. We can learn to trust mindfulness rather than the habits.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 2

2007-11-08 A Question of Faith 60:10
  Rob Burbea
A probing exploration of the movements of faith in our practice. Whether we are conscious of it or not, we are always placing our faith somewhere. What do we have faith in? What shapes our sense of limitation or possibility? And how do faith and confidence deepen?
Gaia House Solitary Month Retreat

2007-11-08 Anger 45:10
  Mary Grace Orr
Insight Santa Cruz

2007-11-07 You Are Love 48:46
  Diana Winston
This talk explores the relationship of metta to vipassana, how to deepen your metta practice, and how lovingkindness can become the fundamental ground of your being.

2007-11-07 Practicing With Thoughts And Emotions II: Invoking Inquiry, Wisdom, And Antidotes 65:16
  Donald Rothberg
In the second session on practicing with thoughts and emotions, we complement the first session's focus on the more receptive practice of mindfulness. After a review of mindfulness, we explore three more active approaches: (1) deepening mindfulness through inquiry, (2) invoking wisdom through clear comprehension, (3) providing antidotes through invoking lovingkindness, compassion, and other beautiful states.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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