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Dharma Talks
2015-08-08 The Joy Of Renunciation 57:28
  Mark Nunberg
Attachment is abandoned through a deepening understanding and letting go of our contentious relationship with the present moment.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Awareness with Wisdom: Insight Meditation Retreat

2015-08-08 Morning Instructional Sit, Day Five 60:10
  Spring Washam
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Retreat for Young Adults

2015-08-07 Love is the Answer 61:13
  Spring Washam
Walking the spiritual path with love and grace. Facing difficulties can lead to deeper wisdom and compassion.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Retreat for Young Adults

2015-08-07 When You Can't Get There From Here 53:13
  Winnie Nazarko
Motivation is the key to practice. As we actually do practice, our initial hopes, desires and questions may deepen, be replaced, or be refined in light of emerging understanding
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge August 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2015-08-07 Loving Kindness Meditation, Day Four 33:32
  Dori Langevin
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Retreat for Young Adults

2015-08-07 Transcript from Interview for Italian Newspaper 5:55
  Tina Rasmussen
This is a recording of the teachers reading an article from an Italian newspaper, from their 7-day retreat near Bologna Italy

2015-08-07 Transcript from Interview for Italian Newspaper 5:55
  Stephen Snyder
This is a recording of the teachers reading an article from an Italian newspaper, from their 7-day retreat near Bologna Italy

2015-08-07 Morning Instructional Sit, Day Four 53:19
  Pascal Auclair
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Retreat for Young Adults

2015-08-06 Three Poisons 44:02
  Bob Stahl
This is the fifth talk in a speaker series titled Fundamental Buddhist Principles 2015. The Three Poisons are greed, hatred and ignorance. They are called the three poisons because they fuel suffering. For example, the nature of desire keeps us wanting something that we can’t quite get. The suffering is the misconception that we need to get that something outside of ourselves in order to be whole. Fortunately, right inside the poisons is the antidote. By relinquishing greed, in its place arises contentment. By relinquishing hatred, in its place arises open heartedness. By relinquishing ignorance, in its place arises clear seeing into the nature of things and into the causes of suffering and the path to freedom.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley
In collection Fundamental Buddhist Principles 2015

2015-08-06 A Contract you Wouldn't Sign 68:55
  Pascal Auclair
The arc of practice, going from noticing phenomena and their uniqueness to becoming intimate with their universal characteristics. All this to free the heart.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Retreat for Young Adults

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