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Dharma Talks
1999-02-23 Bottom Line 43:37
John Travis

1999-02-22 Purification of the Heart 59:16
Guy Armstrong
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

1999-02-22 Equanimity 61:36
Lama Palden

1999-02-21 Nothing Is Worth Thinking Out 57:33
Sylvia Boorstein
inspiration for a rigorous, devoted, hope-filled practice
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

1999-02-20 Our Practice Place 55:39
Eugene Cash

1999-02-19 The Buddha’s Journey 62:14
Joseph Goldstein

1999-02-19 Obstacles on the Path 55:16
Marie Mannschatz

1999-02-18 Finding Our Natural Compassion 51:25
Myoshin Kelley
Compassion is classically described as the quivering or trembling of the heart in response to suffering. Our habituated responses may be to deny or repress our suffering. As we learn to open to suffering with a balanced mind, we discover the natural responsiveness of the heart which brings us into a relationship of care and concern for the world we live in.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1999-02-18 Peace Is Possible 53:55
Sylvia Boorstein
Using the path of practice (the Fourth Noble Truth), we can learn to pay attention moment to moment, developing insight and concentration. Each moment of mindfulness is another moment of freedom from suffering, and in that freedom, indeed, peace is possible.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

1999-02-17 The River of Fear 45:02
John Travis

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