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My biding motivation for the practice of teaching is to share my interest, my understanding and my confidence in the Buddha's way for a balanced and deeply happy life. Given the pace of our culture and the direction in which it is going, mindfulness is essential to sanity. Since my first vipassana retreat in 1975, I've experienced the wisdom of sanity, peace and freedom.
2001-08-26 Kamma 60:07
The law of Kamma is an articulation of what has been observed as the mind unfolds. It offers a lesson from the past and an opportunity for the future.
Maui, Hi
2001-08-20 Paramis Series #3: Renunciation 59:34
Abandonment, conservation, growing up, restraint and understanding help disentangle the mind from the source of suffering.
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2001-08-12 Paramis Series #2: Morality 54:37
Respect, modesty, conscience are all the protectors of social harmony.
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2001-08-11 The Four Noble Truths 56:04
This talk offers core teachings from the Buddhist tradition. The Four Noble Truths express the Buddha's realizations of essential truths of life. These important points on suffering and the end of suffering are illuminated, as well as how we can apply them in practice.
2001-08-09 Paramis Series #5: Energy 59:51
Four right efforts perfected through practice.
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2001-08-01 Morning Sitting Instructions with Kamala Masters 1:19:49
Daily morning instructions during a month-long retreat on Maui. Kamala Masters and Steve Armstrong.
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2001-08-01 Questions & Answers In The Morning 1:15:00
Informative, amusing, instructive and humorous answers to dhamma questions. Kamala Masters and Steve Armstrong
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2001-08-01 Chanting And Sharing Of Merit 13:00
Morning chanting of the three refuges and the eight precepts.(8/4/01) Evening chanting of metta and sharing of merit at the end of a day of Dhamma practice.(8/31/01)
Maui, Hi
1999-09-14 Essential Dhamma #5: Anatta 1:12:30
what is not "I", "me", "mine"?
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
1999-09-13 Essential Dhamma #4: Four Noble Truths 61:04
Dukkha: pain unsatisfactoriness, vulnerability; craving: the cause; nibbana: the cessation; morality, concentration and wisdom: the path.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

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