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Dharma Talks
2000-12-12 Sound And Silence- Opening The Ear Door 40:01
  Marcia Rose
"From listening, spontaneously meditation arises. From listening, a depth, a well of virtues: From listening, truth, fulfillment, knowledge, ……those who hear flower forever." 16th century Indian poet, Nanak A 45 minute sitting meditation, beginning with Nanak's poem and then listening/hearing Tibetan bells, Japanese mok-tok, and other bell tones with alternating moments of silence.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

2000-12-11 Question And Answer 1:18:49
  Joseph Goldstein
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2000-12-06 The Heart's Release- Abiding In The Immeasurables 60:52
  Marcia Rose
Lovingkindness, compassion, empathetic/appreciative joy and equanimity. We weave a tapestry of clear, caring, balanced and appropriate responsivity through our practice. This growing and maturing tapestry made up of these perfectly natural capacities of heart weave into the whole of our life and into all of our relationships.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

2000-12-06 You Are The Path 63:36
  Eugene Cash
A view of the Eightfold Noble Path as guidelines for coming into accordance with truth.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2000-12-05 Equanimity: A Guided Meditation 48:19
  Joseph Goldstein
Developing equanimity in our relationship towards all beings.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2000-12-04 Sila--The Cultivation Of Virtue 50:36
  Kamala Masters
Understanding how sila is the foundation of our mindfulness practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month Retreat

2000-11-29 Connecting With The Seven Factors Of Enlightenment 57:37
  Marcia Rose
recognizing each of these seven factors, and how they reflect each other and interweave in both the prelude to and fruit of liberation.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

2000-11-29 Connecting With The Seven Factors Of Enlightenment 69:46
  Marcia Rose
Recognizing each of these seven factors, and how they reflect each other and interweave in both the prelude to and fruit of liberation.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

2000-11-27 A Dharma Hologram 54:40
  Sylvia Boorstein
Reading the Cowherd Sutta illustrates how we need the sangha as a refuge and the practice of metta--as well as right effort, renunciation, right intention, equanimity and compassion--in order for us to come to safety.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2000-11-26 Questions & Answers 1:11:52
  Joseph Goldstein
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

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