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Dharma Talks
2005-04-10 Reaching Out By Way Of The Inner 49:00
Jose Reissig
This talk explores what the Buddha meant when he said that the end of the world cannot be reached by walking, but can only be found in this fathom-long body.
Dominican Sisters center at Saugerties

2005-04-10 Soft And Hard Interpretations Of Three Characteristics: Dukkha - part 1 62:52
Michele McDonald
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge April 2005 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2005-04-09 Guided Meditation Big Mind 30:34
Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage 2005 Retreat

2005-04-09 Ten Guided Meditations: 6 - Concentration 31:52
Marcia Rose

2005-04-09 The Middle Way Is Not Halfway 41:26
Jose Reissig
The Buddha said that he taught the Middle Way. His Middle Way should not be understood as a compromise between extremes. Rather, he offers us a radical new way of dealing with the perceived polarities.
Dominican Sisters center at Saugerties

2005-04-09 Farewell Talk 1 52:57
Ajahn Sucitto

2005-04-08 New Beginnings 35:22
Jose Reissig
As we come to the end of the old and begin anew, is this "new beginning" just a gambit to circumvent a situation, or are we embarking in a genuine process of transformation? The practice provides invaluable support for the latter choice.
Philadelphia Meditation Center

2005-04-08 Stay With The Breath 8:11
Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Bringing thought formations into the light of conciousness through the simple exercise of staying with the breath.
In collection: Breath Meditation Series

2005-04-07 Satipatthana Sutta - part 15 - Mindfulness Of Dhamma: Hindrances - Desire 58:59
Joseph Goldstein
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge April 2005 at IMS - Forest Refuge
In collection: Satipatthana Sutta Series

2005-04-06 Stream Entry, Kensho and Enlightenment 65:38
Sylvia Boorstein

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