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Dharma Talks
2011-04-09 Mindfulness Part 2 59:53
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage Vivekananda

2011-04-09 To Forget the Self 34:28
  Jose Reissig
Having become aware of the fictional nature of our persona, we can look into whatever remains.
Holy Cross Monastery :  Rhinebeck Sitting Group Insight Meditation Retreat with Jose Reissig

2011-04-09 An Appreciation Of Awareness 52:42
  Carol Wilson
The elegance of right view: recognizing things as they have come to be (with awaremness) is the condition for wisdom to arise
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Awareness Pure and Simple: Insight Meditation Retreat

2011-04-10 Impermanence 1:18:26
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage Vivekananda

2011-04-10 To Forget Our Separations 39:15
  Jose Reissig
When nothing is "me" our separations vanish. We come to inhabit an open space. Last February, Cairo's Tahrir Square became emblematic of such a space.
Holy Cross Monastery :  Rhinebeck Sitting Group Insight Meditation Retreat with Jose Reissig

2011-04-10 Understanding the Defilements 53:46
  Steve Armstrong
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Awareness Pure and Simple: Insight Meditation Retreat

2011-04-12 Physical Dukkha 67:33
  Sayadaw Vivekananda
Mountain Hermitage Vivekananda

2011-04-12 Instructions and Guided Meditation - Day 4 63:55
  Steve Armstrong
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Awareness Pure and Simple: Insight Meditation Retreat

2011-04-12 Harness the Chariot - The jhanic factors & the restoration of the peaceful mind 63:58
  Steven Smith
Hollyhock :  Metta Vipassana with Mindful Movement

2011-04-12 Satipatthana Sutta, Third Foundation: Division Through Anger 0:14
  Rodney Smith
Anger is often unconsciously encouraged because it clears away the doubting mind. "I know why I feel this way, and I am right," says anger. Spiritually we can only approach and understand anger from humility, the opposite direction of righteousness. Anger usually arises as a component of grief where something you cared about was blocked or diverted away from you. If we can see anger as grief, humility is more easily accessed.
Seattle Insight Meditation Society
In collection The Satipatthana Sutta

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