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Dharma Talks
2001-05-01 Renunciation 58:47
Ajahn Amaro
Renunciation as a path to freedom: contentment and simplicity in everyday life. (Estimated date of talk. Exact date unknown)
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2001-05-01 Emotional Wakefulness 45:51
Christina Feldman
Because of the power of our emotions, we are called upon in this practice to cultivate emotional mindfulness and emotional freedom. What is the interface then between experiencing our feelings fully, and maintaining emotional equanimity, or balance? How can we relate to our emotional life in a way that allows the creative power of our hearts to awaken?

2001-05-01 The Five Powers Of Mind 46:57
Narayan Helen Liebenson
The five powers of mind are confidence, effort, mindfulness, concentration and wisdom. This talk addresses how they balance and work together, bringing inner freedom.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2001-04-30 Teachings of Ajahn Chan 62:32
Jack Kornfield

2001-04-30 The Teaching of Ajahn Chah 63:04
Jack Kornfield
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2001-04-29 Buddhism and the Red Road 30:09
John Travis
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2001-04-29 Refuge 52:22
Christina Feldman
Taking refuge is an invitation to explore our inner capacity for awakening wisdom and compassion.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2001-04-25 Taking Difficulties as a Path 64:34
Donald Rothberg
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2001-04-25 Taking Difficulties as a Path 63:49
Donald Rothberg
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2001-04-24 The Lion's Roar: Strength, Confidence And Wisdom From The Heart Of Metta 63:24
Marcia Rose
"When the heart enters into the mind, the mind then has quite a different quality." Learning to abide in our practice and in our life as a whole with kindness and patience--the heart of metta--we are then able to respond rather than react to what life offers. Stories woven into this talk are from the time of the Buddha and from our contemporary time that exemplify what the Buddha called "The Lion's Roar."
Mabel Dodge, Taos

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