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Dharma Talks
2005-09-21 The Four Noble Truths 42:25
Michael Grady
The Buddha's teaching on the 4 Noble Truths provide a comprehensive and profound framework for a path of awareness.
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2005-09-21 Inquiry 1 62:54
Christopher Titmuss
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2005-09-20 Love, Not Lovingkindness 55:34
Christopher Titmuss
Metta is love free from dependency on connection. Love explores family, service, intimacy, nature and creativity. It is a force for change in perception.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2005-09-15 Mindfulness: Becoming Intimate With Life 63:56
Myoshin Kelley
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge September 2005 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2005-09-14 Working With Judgments 1 59:22
Donald Rothberg
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2005-09-14 Even As A Mother 43:16
Ayya Medhanandi
Can we fearlessly accept all that life gives with a wise and compassionate heart? We see how the sun shines unilaterally on all beings giving life and nourishment. But we must use sharp wisdom to discern what is harmful and abandon that; and to know what is wholesome and cultivate that. Even as a mother, may we emulate the Buddha's compassion that flows without bias in all directions across millenia.
Bodhinyanarama Monastery, Stokes Valley, New Zealand

2005-09-12 Turning The Perfections Inward 51:31
Bhante Bodhidhamma
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge September 2005 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2005-09-09 Death 60:21
Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Coming to terms with the inevitability of your own death and the death of those you love. If you wait until the time of death in order to think about these things, it's a huge shock. This is one of the reasons the Buddha has you contemplate if before death.
Metta Forest Monastery

2005-09-07 True Nourishment 46:32
Yanai Postelnik
Gaia House Gaia House Retreat

2005-09-06 Committee Mind 63:55
Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Using the analogy of the 'committee mind' to free yourself from the tendency to identify with every thought that comes into the mind; using the breath as a secure place to extract yourself from the committee discussions and gain a new perspective on them.
Metta Forest Monastery

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