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The Four Foundations of Mindfulness: A Study, Discussion and Practice Retreat

n the Satipatthana Sutta the Buddha describes a direct path to liberation by meditating on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness. Through 2,500 years this teaching has been become the central path of meditation to dispel deeply held confusion and habits of craving leading to suffering. With the development of mindfulness within the four foundations (body, pleasure/pain, mind states, and mental processes) the practitioner has the direct experience of impermanence, unsatisfactoriness and non-self. From this, wrong views drop away and with this, unqualified peace and contentment arise.
2015-06-08 (7 days) Spirit Rock Meditation Center

  
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2015-06-09 Day 1 Mindfulness of Breathing Instructions Part 02 43:52
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2015-06-09 Day 1 The Four Noble Truths and Mindfulness 37:14
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2015-06-09 Day 1 Structure of the Four Noble Truths 51:39
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2015-06-09 Day 1 Mindfulness of Breathing Instructions Part 03 20:45
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2015-06-10 Day 2 Sutta on 1st Foundation 33:16
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2015-06-10 Day 2 All Aspects of 1st Foundation Instructions 28:37
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2015-06-10 Day 2 Discussion on Corpse Reflection 50:21
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2015-06-11 Day 3 2nd Foundation Vedana 48:16
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2015-06-11 Day 3 Instructions on 2nd Foundation 33:11
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