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Andrea Fella's Dharma Talks
Andrea Fella
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2014-02-18 Wising up to Delusion 65:48
An exploration of the ways delusion manifests in the mind.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Month Long Retreat - 2014
2014-02-12 Morning Instructions: Day 11 18:25
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Month Long Retreat - 2014
2014-02-11 The Disappearance and Reappearance of Mindfulness 60:00
Curiosity about how mindfulness disappears and reappears can open the mindfulness practice to new areas.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Month Long Retreat - 2014
2014-02-05 Morning Instructions: Day 4 13:36
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Month Long Retreat - 2014
2014-02-04 Understanding and Abandoning 60:24
A perspective on working with the hindrances...
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Month Long Retreat - 2014
2013-11-27 The Experience of Feeling 58:31
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Thanksgiving Insight Meditation Retreat
2013-11-23 Wisdom and Effort 61:37
An exploration of wise and balanced effort in our meditation practice.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Thanksgiving Insight Meditation Retreat
2013-10-17 The Path reflects The Goal 58:07
The eight fold path is often emphasized as the set of practices that support us to reach liberation. It is also described as being the" possession" of those who are liberated. So we can understand that in our practice of the eight fold path, we are emulating those who are free.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1
2013-10-10 Dependent Origination 61:27
The Buddha clearly described how suffering (dukkha) comes to be in the teaching of dependent origination. Understanding this teaching helps us to recognize this process at work in our own minds, which allows mindfulness and wisdom to begin to uproot the fundamental cause of dukkha: ignorance.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1
2013-10-03 Mindfulness of Feeling: 62:35
When the experience of vedana - of pleasant, unpleasant or neutral feeling tone - is not clearly seen with wisdom, it tends to lead on towards craving and suffering. With mindfulness of feeling, we understand feeling's nature as impermanent, which leads us towards peace.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1

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