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Dharma Talks
2002-05-31 The Nature of Fixation 61:18
Stephen Batchelor

2002-05-30 The Contingent Nature of Consciousness 59:16
Stephen Batchelor

2002-05-30 The Cultivation of Intelligence 50:26
Stephen Batchelor

2002-05-30 One Dharma 1:43:30
Joseph Goldstein
The new western Buddhism is a deep pragmatism that harkens back to the Buddha himself. It is allegiance to a very simple question: “what works to free the mind from suffering?”
New York Insight Meditation Center

2002-05-29 Memorial Day Re-dedication to Peace 58:09
Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-05-29 Thai Forest Teachings 2:01:45
Ajahn Jamnian
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-05-29 Verses from the Center, Opening Talk, Meditation Instructions 52:14
Stephen Batchelor

2002-05-27 Untitled with Ajahn Jumnien 1:53:50
Jack Kornfield

2002-05-23 The Three Characteristics 55:31
Guy Armstrong
The three characteristics of existence -- impermanence, unsatisfactoriness and not-self -- summarize the state of this world as in constant dissolution. Yet, a refuge can be found in an ever-available awareness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2002-05-22 Three Characteristics 56:12
Adrianne Ross
How being with and understanding suffering and it's causes leads to deep insights into the nature of Anicca and Anatta. Ways of working with impermanence and "non-self" in our lives and practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

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