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Dharma Talks
2001-06-01 Freedom and Resurrection 51:56
Nina Wise
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2001-05-30 Restlessness And Worry 1:13:56
Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia
Contemplating restlessness and worry -- what this mind state consists of and how to recognize it; name it; embrace it; and investigate it according to the Buddhist teachings.
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2001-05-27 The Eight Worldly Conditions 57:41
Guy Armstrong
Our lives are always touched by the changing conditions of gain and loss, praise and blame, pleasure and pain, success and failure. How the meditator finds refuge in not clinging.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2001-05-26 The Secret To Happiness 48:22
Michele McDonald
The secret to happiness is not short-term self-interest but rather learning how to liberate ourselves through our life lessons.

2001-05-26 Cultivating The Wholesome: The Brahma Viharas 64:27
James Baraz
Right Effort includes developing and increasing wholesome states by recognizing them or inclining the mind to their development. The four states of loving-kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity can be consciously developed through practice. (Includes experiential exercises.)
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

2001-05-23 The Buddha Knows The Dhamma 61:49
Guy Armstrong
Our deepest nature is a purified awareness like the Buddha's. This awareness has the power to know and liberate the phenomena of afflictive emotions.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2001-05-22 Licht der Erkenntnis 46:15
Fred Von Allmen
Die Täuschung der Unwissenheit durchschauen
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg

2001-05-20 You Are the Buddha 64:48
Howard Cohn
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2001-05-17 Investigating George W. Bush Mind 64:23
Ajahn Amaro
A talk discussing how to apply investigation in practice and how to skillfully use thought to explore Dhamma.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Buddhist Contemplation

2001-05-16 Investigate Down To The Core 66:09
Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia
Through meditation practice, we become more skilled at identifying what we are experiencing, opening to it with a loving heart, and examining it with an eye to insight. When we connect fully with what we feel, the heart is not troubled and the nature of experience is apparent.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Buddhist Contemplation

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