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Dharma Talks
2000-11-29 Madhupindika Sutta 51:17
Sally Armstrong

2000-11-29 Music and the River of Loss 1:48:13
Sylvia Boorstein
with Edie

2000-11-29 Music and The River of Loss 49:39
Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2000-11-29 Untying Knot 66:35
Sylvia Boorstein

2000-11-29 Untying Knots 60:27
Sylvia Boorstein
with Edie
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2000-11-29 Connecting With The Seven Factors Of Enlightenment 57:21
Marcia Rose
recognizing each of these seven factors, and how they reflect each other and interweave in both the prelude to and fruit of liberation.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

2000-11-29 Connecting With The Seven Factors Of Enlightenment 69:30
Marcia Rose
Recognizing each of these seven factors, and how they reflect each other and interweave in both the prelude to and fruit of liberation.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

2000-11-28 Transcendent Dependent Origination 59:21
Guy Armstrong
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2000-11-27 Intimacy With All Things 52:29
Debra Chamberlin-Taylor
How being fully present, open and attentive brings us to intimacy with the beautiful and difficult aspects of life.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2000-11-27 A Dharma Hologram 54:36
Sylvia Boorstein
Reading the Cowherd Sutta illustrates how we need the sangha as a refuge and the practice of metta--as well as right effort, renunciation, right intention, equanimity and compassion--in order for us to come to safety.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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