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Dharma Talks
2006-04-23 Dhamma Wings 7:47
Ayya Medhanandi
Practice means we keep trying to purify the mind and strengthen our commitment to the precepts. There is no failure – we just begin again and again until we find our Dhamma wings. A short talk given during a Theravada Buddhist Community (TBC) retreat in Toronto.
Toronto Theravada Buddhist Community (TBC)

2006-04-23 The Present Moment 51:56
Andrea Fella
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community

2006-04-23 Aspects of Mindfulness (Part 2) 63:40
Rob Burbea
Gaia House One Day Retreat

2006-04-23 Aspects of Mindfulness (Part 1) 27:24
Rob Burbea
Gaia House One Day Retreat

2006-04-22 Introduction to Practice 59:57
Steve Armstrong

2006-04-22 Saturday Afternoon Program 1:12:31
Norman Fischer
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2006-04-22 Opening, Suffusing, Releasing 61:06
Ajahn Sucitto
A lot of suffering is related to a particular mode of doing, an involuntary overwhelming doing. Through mediation we cultivate a different way. By shifting the mind to presence, mind opens to a subtler aspect of doing on the feeling, subjective level – suffusing. We come out of the grip of how we usually attend. This is release.

2006-04-21 Friday Afternoon Program 55:34
Norman Fischer
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2006-04-21 Happiness and Harmlessness 61:40
Carol Wilson
date uncertain

2006-04-21 Guided Meditation - Big Sky Mind 42:28
Jack Kornfield
Spirit Rock Meditation Center (Yucca Valley) Meditation Retreat

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