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Sally Clough Armstrong's Dharma Talks
Sally Clough Armstrong
Sally Clough Armstrong began practicing vipassana meditation in India in 1981. She moved to the Bay Area in 1988, and worked at Spirit Rock until 1994 in a number of roles, including executive director. She began teaching in 1996, and is one of the guiding teachers of Spirit Rock's Dedicated Practitioner Program.
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2015-02-09 Brahma Vihara Day #9 44:02
Metta - Neutral Person
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Insight Meditation Retreat
2015-02-08 Morning Instructions Day #7 20:58
Standing Meditation
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Insight Meditation Retreat
2015-02-07 Mindfulness includes everything, including star showers 55:50
Samma sati, or true mindfulness, is more than just awareness of the moment. It brings wisdom and wise response to our moment to moment experience.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Insight Meditation Retreat
2015-02-03 Brahma Vihara Practice Day 3 45:52
Metta for self & benefactor.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Insight Meditation Retreat
2015-02-02 Morning Instructions Day 2 28:27
A guided meditation on body scanning and awareness of sound
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Insight Meditation Retreat
2015-02-01 Mindfulness includes everything 52:08
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Insight Meditation Retreat
2014-12-29 Open Heart, Clear Mind 58:49
Intentions for a new year
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks
2014-12-07 4th Foundation of Mindfulness Part 1 of 3 1:35:00
Talk from the 4th daylong
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Four Foundations of Mindfulness
2014-10-24 Stages of enlightenment: The 10 Fetters 56:26
This talk discusses the traditional understanding of the four stages of awakening, where the 10 Fetters are progressively decreased or abandoned.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2014 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2014-10-17 Five subjects for frequent recollection: what the Buddha encouraged us to think about. 57:29
The five subjects or themes that the Buddha considered important for frequent recollection are: 1. I am of the nature to age; I have not gone beyond ageing 2. I am of the nature to sicken; I have not gone beyond sickness 3. I am of the nature to die; I have not gone beyond dying 4. All that is mine, beloved and pleasing, will become otherwise, will become separated from me 5. I am the owner of my kamma, heir to my kamma, born of my kamma. Whatever kamma I shall do, for good or for ill, of that I will be the heir. To contemplate these themes brings us in direct contact with the truth of things, especially the truth of dukkha, or suffering. Fully understanding these truths allows us to open to the reality of our life, and every life, and deepens our capacity for compassion.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2014 at IMS - Forest Refuge

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