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Dharma Talks
2001-08-08 Self, Suffering And The Relational Self 62:34
  Gil Fronsdal
This talk presents a discussion on the Buddha's discourses on the Four Noble Truths and Not-self, with reflections on the importance of our "relational self".

2001-08-02 Relinquishing 40:51
  Jose Reissig
The tendency to relate to others through a sense of possessiveness, through clinging, creates suffering; so does clinging to ourselves as the "aggregates". To relinquish possessiveness is to open the doors to freedom.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2001-08-01 Morning Sitting Instructions with Kamala Masters 1:19:49
  Steve Armstrong
Daily morning instructions during a month-long retreat on Maui. Kamala Masters and Steve Armstrong.
Maui, Hi

2001-08-01 Questions & Answers In The Morning 1:15:00
  Steve Armstrong
Informative, amusing, instructive and humorous answers to dhamma questions. Kamala Masters and Steve Armstrong
Maui, Hi

2001-08-01 Chanting And Sharing Of Merit 13:00
  Steve Armstrong
Morning chanting of the three refuges and the eight precepts.(8/4/01) Evening chanting of metta and sharing of merit at the end of a day of Dhamma practice.(8/31/01)
Maui, Hi

2001-07-31 No Second Arrow 26:16
  Jose Reissig
Pain and loss are inevitable occurrences in our lives, but the self-torture that often follows--the "second arrow" we habitually shoot at ourselves--is entirely avoidable.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2001-07-27 Compassion 63:58
  Debra Chamberlin-Taylor
It takes so much compassion to be with the letting go we have to do to come into peace with the difficult truths of life. This talk explores ways we can cultivate compassion in our practice and in our lives.

2001-07-21 Cultivating Joy 47:31
  Arinna Weisman
Calling on the quality of joy to manifest in our lives.
Vipassana Montana

2001-07-18 After The Honeymoon, The Marriage: Plateaus In Practice 65:49
  James Baraz
After our initial and excitement encountering the Dharma, reality hits us and our practice may appear to stagnate. How can we renew our inspiration and reawaken our enthusiasm for practice?
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

2001-07-17 Equanimity 46:16
  Fred Von Allmen
Cultivating equanimity through vipassana meditation and the importance of equanimity for the brahmaviharas.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

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