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1999-09-12 Cessation Of Consciousness I Followed By Q And A 58:16
Ajahn Amaro
Suffering results from a confused relationship of the mind to its own experience; when we see the way things actually are, we connect with a profound freedom.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Dzogchen Retreat

1999-09-12 Essential Dhamma #3: The Good Fortune Of Mindfulness 60:46
Steve Armstrong
the essential dhamma
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1999-09-11 The Place Of Non Abiding II Followed By Q And A 51:16
Ajahn Amaro
Learning to recognize moments of isness, or pure, open presence in our quiet, often overlooked moments when no sense of self has arisen.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Dzogchen Retreat

1999-09-11 Essential Dhamma #2: Three Pillars Of Dhamma 59:48
Steve Armstrong
generosity, ethical conduct, mental development
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1999-09-10 The Place Of Non Abiding I 57:18
Ajahn Amaro
Exploring the spaciousness of mind that comes when we let go of our belief in the solidity of the sense world, when we know the mind as the space in which all this drama is happening.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Dzogchen Retreat

1999-09-10 Essential Dhamma #1: Three Refuges 49:48
Steve Armstrong
taking refuge in the Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha provides a safe haven in which to weather the storms of life by providing emotional support, a teaching, guiding ideas and a sacred resolve to realize the potential to awaken within each one of us
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1999-09-09 Ultimate And Conventional Reality 52:56
Ajahn Amaro
Can we live with respect and compassion within the world of form, while understanding its ultimate insubstantiality? Can we remember the truth of emptiness while the world of appearances is so compelling? How can we do both at once?
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Dzogchen Retreat

1999-09-09 The Buddha's Prescription For Happiness: Seven Factors Of Enlightenment 57:18
James Baraz
The Seven Factors of Enlightenment are mindfulness, investigation, energy, joy, calm, concentration and equanimity. When brought to fruition they lead to the highest happiness we can experience. How can we cultivate these qualities consciously in our meditation practice and in our life?
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
In collection: Foundations Of Practice

1999-09-08 Shining the Light of Death on Life, Part 10 1:29:43
Larry Rosenberg

1999-09-06 The Five Spiritual Powers 65:27
Sarah Doering
These five qualities of heart and mind lead to understanding and love without limits.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

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