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Dharma Talks
2001-02-07 Right View In The Middle Way 60:43
Ajahn Sucitto

2001-02-07 Untying The Knots 60:18
Sylvia Boorstein
Referencing her own experiences, Sylvia explores the stories we make up for ourselves to substantiate or justify certain views (opinions) that we hold about things -- some to the point of making them into "truths." After considering the possible origins of these views, Sylvia exposes the profound suffering caused by holding these views and the stories around them. Taking it a step further, she wonders: What is the relationship between hope and opinion? Is it wrong to hope or is it part of the nature of the human organism? Perhaps, she concludes, it is the solidified view we hold around a hope that causes suffering.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2001-02-06 Hindrances in Metta Practice 56:45
Carol Wilson

2001-02-06 Metta and Intention 48:44
Sharon Salzberg

2001-02-05 Right Livelihood 54:55
Jack Kornfield

2001-02-05 Right Livelihood 57:57
Jack Kornfield
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2001-02-01 Illusion IV: Taking What Lacks Independent Existence As Independently Existing 39:22
Rodney Smith
The self is a play upon the field of time and has no reality outside of thought.
Seattle Insight Meditation Society

2001-01-29 Wise Action 53:50
Jack Kornfield

2001-01-29 Wise Action 62:08
Jack Kornfield
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2001-01-24 Miracles 50:01
Amita Schmidt
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center IMS Staff Retreat 2001

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