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Dharma Talks
2008-08-23 Vipassana Jhanas 62:07
  Steve Armstrong
Insight knowledge unfolds with increasing maturity of the jhanic factors of mind. Stability of mind enables increasing depth of liberating knowledge.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration

2008-08-23 Practice And Theory with Q&A - part 2 25:31
  U Jagara
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge September 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2008-08-23 Practice And Theory with Q&A - part 1 68:22
  U Jagara
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge August 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2008-08-23 Second Talk from the Teaching of Totality 33:32
  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

2008-08-22 Why Exchange Sukkha For Dukkha 65:37
  Phillip Moffitt
Once you learn to find a calm abiding of the mind there are many kinds of joy and bliss that may arise. Yet, you are asked to turn your calm mind to the practice of insight in order to experience the dukkha the Buddha describes in the First Noble Truth. Why give bliss (sukkha) for dukkha.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration

2008-08-22 Opening Talk for the Teaching of Totality 31:09
  Tenshin Reb Anderson
Gaia House The Teaching Of Totality

2008-08-21 Falling In Love With The Breath 57:45
  Sally Clough Armstrong
Though the teachings on dukkha (suffering) are an important part of the Buddhist path, a skillful relationship to sukha (pleasure) actually played a significant part in the Buddha's awakening. This talk explores the wise use of pleasure and the cultivation of beautiful qualities of mind, especially in concentration practice.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration

2008-08-21 Wes Nisker Reflects... 50:13
  Wes Nisker
Wes talks about his new book, "The Best of Inquiring Mind: 25 Years of Dharma, Drama, & Uncommon Insights". He reads a really wonderful poem right at the end of the talk (reviewer's comment).
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2008-08-21 Graduated Path 49:30
  John Travis
Insight Santa Cruz

2008-08-20 Behind The Mask 1:16:19
  Tara Brach
We each develop and become identified with masks that express a false or narrowed sense of self. Whether it's the helper mask or addict mask, the controller mask or loser mask, the beliefs and emotions creating the mask prevent us from realizing our natural wholeness and beauty. This talk explores how, in the face of inevitable change and loss, we can remember the presence and love that is peering through the mask.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

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