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Dharma Talks
2010-02-07 Uttara Vihara 62:53
  Ajahn Sucitto
Malaysia

2010-02-06 Yatha Bhuta: Things As They Are 60:13
  Carol Wilson
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February 2010 Month Long

2010-02-06 Balancing the Heart and Mind (Sat) 59:09
  Alan Wallace
Part 3 of 3
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2010-02-06 Balancing the Heart and Mind (Sat) 1:41:52
  Alan Wallace
Part 2 of 3
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2010-02-06 Balancing the Heart and Mind (Sat) 2:21:33
  Alan Wallace
Part 1 of 3
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2010-02-06 'To see no-thing is to see excellently' 64:46
  Rob Burbea
Please note that these talks are from a 4 week retreat for experienced meditators. The talks and meditations can be listened to in any order or individually, but as they progressively unfold different levels of understanding of Emptiness, they will probably be more fully understood and the practices more easily developed if taken in series.
Gaia House Meditation on Emptiness (2010)

2010-02-06 Talk 1 58:37
  Ajahn Sucitto
Malaysia

2010-02-05 Energy and Effort 60:45
  Andrea Fella
The spiritual power of energy is the fuel that supports awakening. We cultivate energy through wise effort. The art of meditation lies in learning skillful ways to balance energy and effort.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February 2010 Month Long

2010-02-05 A Question of Free Will: A Buddhist Perspective 1:55:31
  Alan Wallace
In this lecture, Alan Wallace will discuss how Buddhism focuses on how we may achieve greater freedom in the choices we make, rather than struggling with the metaphysical issue of whether we already have free will. The Buddha began by first identifying the ways in which we are clearly not free, then showed ways in which we may achieve greater freedom in the present moment, as well as reshape the influence of the past upon our present experience and direct the flow of our lives into the future. Central to the question of free will is the nature of human identity, and it is in this regard that the Buddhist view of emptiness and interdependence is truly revolutionary.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2010-02-05 Maps for the Journey (A Brief Overview) 1:12:37
  Rob Burbea
Please note that these talks are from a 4 week retreat for experienced meditators. The talks and meditations can be listened to in any order or individually, but as they progressively unfold different levels of understanding of Emptiness, they will probably be more fully understood and the practices more easily developed if taken in series.
Gaia House Meditation on Emptiness (2010)

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