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Marcia Rose's Dharma Talks
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I find teaching to be a very deep and powerful "no self" practice. When I connect with others during Dharma talks--in the intimacy of small groups, and while holding meditation practice interviews--I am continually reminded to know, and be, in a place of clarity, spaciousness and immediate presence. Being able to offer students such a place of connection is my greatest pleasure and inspiration, as well as the most appreciated challenge in my teaching practice.
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2000-11-29 Connecting With The Seven Factors Of Enlightenment 69:46
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
2000-12-06 The Heart's Release- Abiding In The Immeasurables 60:52
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
2001-04-20 Come See For Yourself: The Power And Presence Of Concentration And Mindfulness 60:18
This practice is a path of inquiry, investigation and discovery that we fully participate in and experience for ourselves. By the power of our own attention-mindful awareness, with great interest and energy, we develop a concentrated clarity of presence, taking the time to look very deeply at our own experience of body, mind and heart. Through this process we are able to see and experience the nature of things. This is what leads to the deepest wisdom and happiness. This is what leads to awakening/liberation..
Mabel Dodge, Taos
2001-04-22 Suffering: Its Cause And Its End 1:17:15
Through deep understanding, we can find the end of the restlessness of constant craving and resistance; the end of suffering.
Mabel Dodge, Taos
2001-04-23 No 'me', No 'i', No 'mine': Liberation In Not Clinging 65:35
The essential aim of the Buddha's teaching is toward the understanding that comes through our own direct experience; that there is no person who is a 'self' and no thing- nothing- that is a separate self.
Mabel Dodge, Taos
2001-04-24 The Lion's Roar: Strength, Confidence And Wisdom From The Heart Of Metta 63:45
"When the heart enters into the mind, the mind then has quite a different quality." Learning to abide in our practice and in our life as a whole with kindness and patience--the heart of metta--we are then able to respond rather than react to what life offers. Stories woven into this talk are from the time of the Buddha and from our contemporary time that exemplify what the Buddha called "The Lion's Roar."
Mabel Dodge, Taos
1995-01-23 Exploring The Creative Process 56:19
interconnectiveness in action
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
2002-11-03 Concentration And Mindfulness 55:28
Reigning the mind in from all it's myriad distractions… cultivating the power of concentration in order to see clearly. Pay attention in a non judging, non manipulative, non grasping, non rejecting attention - the magic of mindfulness, taking us out of illusion directly into reality.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge
2002-11-20 Bvihara - Mudita Practice 44:46
Instructions - Mudita Practice. Short reflection with oneself - good, helpful, skillful things we've done. Mudita phrases with - some it's easy to rejoice for/with--------and a benefactor, a friend, a family member, fellow yogi, all yogis on retreat.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge
2002-12-08 Practice Here & There - Practice Everywhere 66:10
Integrating practice into the whole of our life; this beautiful noble path of awakening as a great support and a great protection for our life as our practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

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