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Guy Armstrong's Dharma Talks
Guy Armstrong
What has always engaged me is working with practitioners who are deepening their commitment to the Dharma and then seeing them take a quantum leap in their understanding. My contribution to this commitment is working towards conveying a Theravadan practice with a Mahayana spirit.
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2011-07-24 Working with Difficult Emotions 63:29
By developing a more accepting attitude toward difficult emotions and by understanding their nature, we can come to a greater sense of freedom in life. This talk explores five strong emotions (desire, anger, fear, sadness and self-judgment) and how to work with them.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Insight Meditation Retreat
2011-07-21 Metta and Connection 59:52
Metta practice makes the heart more sensitive to the joys and sorrows we are subject to. This tenderness becomes the avenue for us to discover our deep connection to all of life and end a sense of isolation.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat
2011-07-20 Brahma Vihara: Equanimity 58:48
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat
2011-07-18 Loving Kindness, Movement of the Heart 46:01
Friend; Near and Far Enemies
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat
2011-07-17 Metta: Near and Far Enemies 59:27
Metta (loving kindness) practice leads us into the exploration of all of the heart's responses to life. Especially good grounds for understanding are in the experience of loving kindness, its near enemy of affection with attachment, and its far enemy of ill will.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat
2011-07-16 Loving Kindness; Reflecting on our Goodness 36:17
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat
2011-02-27 Unentangled Knowing 59:04
"Unentangled knowing" is an approach to meditation in which we are aware of things coming and going at the sense doors without becoming caught in them. Supported by tranquility and insight, we can rest in the knowing while being fully awake to life.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Monthlong Insight Retreat
2011-02-22 Nature of Awareness 56:04
The Buddha clearly described consciousness as an impermanent part of the mind. Yet many people feel that awareness has some kind of lasting or ongoing nature. How can we understand this seeming contradiction? How can we make awareness itself part of our meditation?
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Monthlong Insight Retreat
2011-02-19 Metta: Tenderness & Connection 62:07
Metta practice makes the heart more sensitive to the joys and sorrows that sentient beings are subject to. This tenderness becomes the avenue for us to discover our deep connection to all of life and end a sense of isolation.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Monthlong Insight Retreat
2011-02-12 The Seven Factors of Awakening 62:22
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Monthlong Insight Retreat

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