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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

2001-01-01 Vipassana Meditation: Four Week Introductory Series - I 1:21:28
Tara Brach
Week I - General Introduction Mindfulness of the body and concentration on the breath adding mindfulness of sensation while encouraging opening to pleasure and pain.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2000-11-01 Working with Pain 69:39
Ajahn Amaro
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monastic Retreat

2000-07-27 Dignity And Compassion 54:39
Michele McDonald
Experiencing the dignity of relating to the pain of our world with compassion.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2000-07-19 Healing Our Hearts With Compassion 60:19
Kamala Masters
Developing the healing force of compassion helps us to open to the pain of our lives.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2000-04-29 The Blessing Of Awareness 58:49
Tara Brach
Relating to pain and pleasure with a wise and healing attention.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1999-11-10 Compassion - The Heartbeat Of The Buddha's Teaching 51:29
Marcia Rose
"May I, may you, may all beings be free from suffering." The Buddha's teachings and practices of cultivating a deep, expansive tenderness of heart, grounded in immeasurable impartiality--the heart of compassion--which transforms the way we relate to ourselves and to others. With the great strength and trust in our ability to bear witness to and face suffering, we are able to offer appropriate help in relationship to the pain, the anguish and the confusion of all beings, ourselves included.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

1999-09-13 Essential Dhamma #4: Four Noble Truths 60:44
Steve Armstrong
Dukkha: pain unsatisfactoriness, vulnerability; craving: the cause; nibbana: the cessation; morality, concentration and wisdom: the path.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

1999-09-02 How Suffering Can Lead To Faith 55:40
James Baraz
Although there is suffering - the First Noble Truth, the Buddha has taught that wisely processing our pain leads to greater faith, compassion and, eventually, the end of suffering.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

1999-08-15 Encountering Profound Obstacles On The Path 39:43
Arinna Weisman
Ways to work with our difficulties and pain in the meditation practice.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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