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Dharma Talks
2017-04-15 Saturday Sutta/Pali Class with Bhante Gunaratana : Samyutta Nikaya : Nidana Samyutta # 1 : 12 Part Series on Dependent Origination : Part 2 67:55
  Bhante Henepola Gunaratana
Bhavana Society of West Virginia

2017-04-13 Well-Spoken Speech 60:28
  Steve Armstrong
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Awareness, Insight & Liberation

2017-04-12 A Dhamma Lifestyle with Generosity 61:04
  Steve Armstrong
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Awareness, Insight & Liberation

2017-04-12 Dharma Conversations with Tony Bernhard (Drop-in at Spirit Rock) 2:02:21
  Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2017-04-11 Four Noble Truths 63:12
  Steve Armstrong
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Awareness, Insight & Liberation

2017-04-10 Awareness as a Lifestyle: 5 Spiritual Faculties 62:24
  Steve Armstrong
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Awareness, Insight & Liberation

2017-04-10 The radical truth of impermanence. 53:30
  Joseph Goldstein
How we can go from our conventional understanding, that everything changes - to a vision of impermanence - that radically transforms our lives.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge April 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2017-04-10 Buddhist Studies Course - Lovingkindness and Compassion - Week 5 1:29:37
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course - Lovingkindness and Compassion

2017-04-10 The Shared Heart of Buddhist Practice and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Nonviolence 1:11:40
  Donald Rothberg
At a time when there is a great need for us to have a sense of practice in all the parts of our lives—our individual consciousness, relational life, and social engagement—we explore the powerful vision of integrating Buddhist practice and traditions of nonviolence; each has its strengths and weaknesses. We do so by pointing to the shared heart of Buddhist practice and the nonviolence of Martin Luther King, Jr.—identifying four main areas: (1) the “optimistic” view of the deep goodness of human nature, (2) the understanding of reactivity and “passing on the pain” as the roots of dukkha (or suffering) and violence; (3) the grounding in an ethics of non-harming and nonviolence; and (4) the centrality of lovingkindness (metta) and love that is ultimately extended to all.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2017-04-10 Day #3 Instructions: Attitudes of Mind, Working with the Hindrances 11:45
  Steve Armstrong
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Awareness, Insight & Liberation

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