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John Travis's Dharma Talks
John Travis
After thirty-five years of experience around the dharma, with eight of these years in Asia, I am still deeply inspired, as a teacher, by students' progress with the practice. I see the questioning I do with myself reflected in others. The infinite loop of my practice and my teaching becomes a self-fulling prophecy. As I see others letting go of old baggage, it inspires me to continue questioning myself.
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2004-12-29 Moon Behind Clouds 46:25
Working with the darkness; opening to the self-existing awareness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2004-11-25 Thanksgiving 42:55
Thanks as a factor of wisdom. Giving as an aspect of compassion.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2004-04-02 Surrender To The River 41:36
Wisdom, Love, and Surrender using the river as a metaphor.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2004-01-01 Flowing Into Selflessness 45:10
The recognition of the fundamental truth of impermanence reveals the underlying dharma of selflessness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2003-12-28 Staying Here 36:52
Finding the central point and resting there, which allows things to unwind by themselves.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2003-09-23 Trembling In The Armor 35:22
Talk about fear, trust and freedom.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2003-03-06 Dukkha And Compassion 50:42
The nature of suffering—the result in the human heart.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2002-11-27 Mindfulness And Metta 50:01
The practice of mindfulness and heart.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2001-09-27 Collective And Individual Shadow In Contemporary Times 49:07
The creation of war begins in the mind. Can we own the shadow in ourselves that wages war with our own experience? Can we see this in the roots of the incredible violence in the world? What would it be to put down the collective and individual struggles that we keep creating?
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2001-09-27 Collective And Individual Shadow In Contemporary Times 48:47
The creation of war begins in the mind. Can we own the shadow in ourselves that wages war with our own experience? Can we see this in the roots of the incredible violence in the world? What would it be to put down the collective and individual struggles that we keep creating?
In collection In Response to September 11

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