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Dharma Talks
1995-03-01 On Becoming Ourselves 41:10
Sharda Rogell
Letting the process unfold without our direction.
Gaia House

1995-02-25 Gavin at Somerset West, Tape 2 1:28:16
Gavin Harrison

1995-02-25 Gavin at Somerset West, Tape 1 1:37:32
Gavin Harrison

1995-02-13 Love And Eros 62:55
Jack Kornfield
Exploring the mystery of love.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

1995-02-10 Greed, Hatred, And Delusion 55:41
Sharon Salzberg
transforming our conditioning though the power of the practice
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1995-02-09 Karma 1:55:32
Joseph Goldstein
intimately experiencing the natural moral law of cause and effect

1995-02-06 Bare Attention 58:46
Joseph Goldstein

1995-02-06 Bare Attention 54:04
Joseph Goldstein

1995-02-05 Carrying The Practice Into The World 61:50
Joseph Goldstein
Making our lives our practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1995-02-03 The Difficulties Of Loving Beings 57:28
Sylvia Boorstein
In this Dharma talk, given at a Metta Meditation residential retreat, Sylvia examines some of the key blocks we come up against that keep us from living in our true nature of joyful, loving, compassionate beings. Illustrating with stories, both poignant and humorous, she demonstrates that, our awareness to the contrary, we repeatedly fall away from living in our true nature, because we may forget who we really are. We may continue, for various reasons she discusses, to hold onto grievances that lock us into our own prisons of pain and suffering. It is through the liberating knowledge of meditation practice that we can free ourselves from this pattern. That is, in fact, the "edge" of this practice: that we can fall away into a sense of separateness, and that we are able to bring ourselves back to the truth of our oneness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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