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Dharma Talks
2013-04-21 Perception, Papanca and Personality View 59:46
Carol Wilson
Bringing awareness to the magic show of the creation and dissolution of personality view from moment to moment.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Through Dhamma Eyes: Training in Awareness and Wisdom

2012-09-11 Papanca 52:19
Christina Feldman
this talk explores the different streams of thought proliferation that can torment the mind.
Gaia House Mindfulness, Insight, Liberation: The Foundations of MBCT/SR

2012-04-06 Papanca 61:14
Anna Douglas
Lost in thought? How can we identify and work with the four root causes of getting entangled in our thoughts?
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Meditation and Yoga Retreat

2012-01-12 The Honeyball Sutta: The Source of Our Confusion and the Way Out 57:10
James Baraz
In this discourse the Buddha explains how we get lost in our stories through papanca or proliferation of thought. The talk focuses on how papanca works in our lives and how we can work with it to free ourselves of confusion.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2011-11-23 Papanca 34:24
Christina Feldman
Gaia House November Solitary

2011-10-19 Getting Down to more Direct Experience II 57:42
Donald Rothberg
We look further at the mechanisms by which we move away from direct experience. unskillfully, driven by reactivity and papanca (conceptual proliferation). We point to practices of tracking thoughts, emotions, reactivity-that help us ground in more direct experience, leading to greater freedom and responsiveness-personally interpersonally, and collectively.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2011-07-15 Mana Papanca 53:19
Christina Feldman
The story we tell ourselves about who we are and its release.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Mindfulness, Insight, Liberation: Insight Meditation Retreat

2011-07-08 Papanca Part Three: The Brahma Viharas 52:50
John Peacock
This talk deals with the last of the areas of our obsessional thinking: views. We also examine the Brahma Viharas as distinct forms of mindfulness that lead to liberation. We look closely, in particular, at metta as the necessary soil out of which grows and blooms the beautiful flower of compassion (karuna).
Gaia House The Path of Mindfulness

2011-07-06 Papanca Part Two: The Tyranny of the Self 46:09
John Peacock
In this talk we examine what the Buddha means by the 'self', which is the second of the three poles around which thinking contracts and fixates. We look closely at the five processes that constitute the self not as a static phenomena, but as an unfolding and dynamic development.
Gaia House The Path of Mindfulness

2011-07-04 Papanca Part One: The Unquenchable Thirst 48:36
John Peacock
In this talk we examine what the Buddha means by the 'self', which is the second of the three poles around which thinking contracts and fixates. We look closely at the five processes that constitute the self not as a static phenomena, but as an unfolding and dynamic development.
Gaia House The Path of Mindfulness

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