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Dharma Talks
2008-08-31 Big Sky Meditation With Bells 41:03
  Howard Cohn
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Labor Day Retreat

2008-08-30 The Root of the Root of Yourself 45:37
  Rodney Smith
Seattle Insight Meditation Society

2008-08-30 Seeing Through The Self Illusion 61:51
  Howard Cohn
Opening to our experience moment-to-moment brightens our awareness, illuminating the difference between our direct experience and the virtual version of ourselves that plays through our minds.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Labor Day Retreat

2008-08-30 Skills Of Meditation And The Five Hindrances 58:30
  Sharon Salzberg
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Labor Day Weekend

2008-08-30 Jhana Skills with Q&A #2 16:31
  U Jagara
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge August 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2008-08-30 Jhana Skills with Q&A #1 1:18:55
  U Jagara
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge August 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2008-08-29 Opening Talk 54:12
  Sharon Salzberg
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Labor Day Weekend

2008-08-29 Eighth Talk from the Teaching of Totality 32:30
  Tenshin Reb Anderson
The second half of the daily recordings from this retreat has been removed to protect the privacy of the retreatants, due to the sometimes personal nature of their conversations with Reb.
Gaia House The Teaching Of Totality

2008-08-28 What Kind Of Effort? 51:31
  Anna Douglas
Exploring the place of effort in practice and how we need different kinds of effort at different stages; includes stories.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Labor Day Retreat

2008-08-28 Bodhisattva's Way Of Life - part 4: Using Our Intelligence 53:55
  James Baraz
The chapter we'll be exploring is Awareness, what Pema Chodron calls Using Our Intelligence. It has also been translated as Carefulness. The theme is how we can use wise attention to prevent us from getting caught in afflictive emotions (kilesas or kleshas). Even when we know better we may still find ourselves going down a road of action we will later regret. This chapter is how as bodhisattvas we deepen our commitment to refrain from unskillful action.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

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