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The method I use most in teaching is anapanasati or mindfulness with breathing. Breath awareness supports us while we investigate the entire mind-body process. It helps calm the mind and gives us a graceful entry into a state of choiceless awareness--a place without agendas, where we are not for or against whatever turns up in the moment.
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1983-07-26 Right Livelihood 60:39
learning to see your work as a vehicle for spiritual growth
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
1997-03-01 There Is Only Daily Life 46:55
Implications for Retreat Practice
1997-03-03 Four Foundations Of Mindfulness - Part I 46:30
Bringing the body, feelings and mind states into focus.
In collection Four Foundations Of Mindfulness
1997-03-05 Four Foundations Of Mindfulness - Part II 45:36
Seeing into what is this? Mindfulness with discernment.
In collection Four Foundations Of Mindfulness
1998-03-07 Practicing With Fear - A Few Hints 49:34
learning how to practice with the strong bodily sensations and disabling thoughts, that we call Fear
1997-03-19 Don't Make Anything - I 41:22
Tape One
In collection Don't Make Anything
1997-03-19 Don't Make Anything - II 56:48
Tape Two
In collection Don't Make Anything
1997-05-03 Bringing Ourselves Into Focus 42:25
can we stop running away from the content of our own mind?
1997-07-11 Impermanence And The Fading Away Of Attachment 53:04
seeing changing nature of all forms weakens the hold of attachment
1998-04-04 The Four Noble Truths And Breath Awareness 48:49
the link between the Four Noble Truths and Anapanasati is pointed out

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