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Dharma Talks
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

2002-05-21 Radical Acceptance 51:34
Tara Brach
The Buddha taught that suffering arises when we want life to be different than it is. Radical acceptance cuts through grasping and aversion and reveals the freedom of our true nature.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2002-05-20 Buddha and the Devil 66:05
Stephen Batchelor
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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