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Dharma Talks
2020-01-29 Understanding the Path of Practice - Meditation 33:59
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-01-29 The Six Senses Demonstrate Three Dhammas 23:56
  Venerable Dhammadipa
A guided meditation on the six sense functions and the way in which they demonstrate the three seals of reality - impermanence, suffering, and non-self. Offered at the Saranaloka New year's Retreat 2019/2020
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-01-29 Metta – A Path to Inner Peace 58:31
  Ariya B. Baumann
With a heart full of metta, we can be at ease and at peace with ourselves and the world
Chanmyay Myaing Meditation Centre 6th Annual Metta Retreat - Part 1

2020-01-29 Metta & Difficult People, Metta retreat 64:45
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight A Soft and Radical Transformation of the Heart

2020-01-29 From the Ordinary Habitual Mind to the Buddha Mind 13: Exploring Our Experience of Time 4 64:24
  Donald Rothberg
We focus in this session on four ways of practicing that help us to transform our conditioning in relationship to time: (1) opening to the present moment, as in our core practice of mindfulness; (2) exploring impermanence reflectively and experientially in several ways; (3) accessing, at least briefly, a timeless awareness, and learning to live from this awareness more and more; and (4) noticing and examining our various forms of conditioning around time. The first three ways of practicing correspond to the guided practices in the earlier guided meditation. For the fourth, we look especially in this session at the powerful ways that our cultural and social conditioning operates, comparing some of the main aspects of conditioning in the mainstream U.S., with its emphasis on future planning, productivity, and busyness, among other orientations to time, with how some other cultures experience time.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2020-01-29 A Guided Meditation Exploring Our Experience of Time through Three Practices 41:06
  Donald Rothberg
After starting with the foundational mindfulness instructions for settling, becoming less distracted, and then seeing clearly whatever is predominant in experience, we explore three ways of practicing that help us to transform our conditioning in relationship to time: (1) opening to the present moment; (2) exploring impermanence, particularly the arising, staying, changing, and passing away of experiential phenomena; and (3) accessing, at least briefly, a timeless awareness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2020-01-29 Second Morning Instructions, Metta retreat 61:41
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight A Soft and Radical Transformation of the Heart

2020-01-28 The Dharma 34:47
  Anushka Fernandopulle
Mission Dharma

2020-01-28 Wisdom & Metta (Love), Metta retreat 63:31
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight A Soft and Radical Transformation of the Heart

2020-01-28 First Morning Instructions, Metta retreat 62:44
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight A Soft and Radical Transformation of the Heart

2020-01-28 Morning Meditation Instructions 7:40
  Sayadaw U Jagara
"Meditation" is done by first acknowledging facts, seeing causes and remedies.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2020 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2020-01-27 Descending into the Heart (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 61:10
  Sharda Rogell
Mindfulness encourages releasing the hold of the discursive mind, and frees the attention to drop[ into the heart and body, revealing the source of true happiness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Retreat: Awakening the Heart of Joy

2020-01-27 Buddhist Studies - Anatta: The Impersonal Nature of Experience - Week 3 1:30:01
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course - Anatta: The Impersonal Nature of Experience

2020-01-27 The Four Nutrients Of Life 55:20
  Sayadaw U Jagara
Based on SN: text on the topic and extracts from Nyanaponika's booklet, elaboration is made on the four main causes of life, i.e. food, mental volition, contact, and consciousness.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2020 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2020-01-27 Monday Night Dharma Talk 65:18
  Mark Coleman
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2020-01-27 Closing Talk 47:42
  Yanai Postelnik
This recording also includes Gavin Milne.
Gaia House Dana Retreat - A Path of Peace and Kindness

2020-01-26 The Path Begins with Understanding - Meditation 35:43
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-01-26 The Path Begins with Understanding - Talk 55:04
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-01-26 The Ten Samyojjana 32:09
  Ajahn Punnadhammo
Arrow River Forest Hermitage

2020-01-26 Metta: Friendship, Connectedness, Interdependence 46:08
  Ariya B. Baumann
Metta includes friendship and connectedness with ourselves and others; through metta we realize the interdependence of all living beings
Chanmyay Myaing Meditation Centre 6th Annual Metta Retreat - Part 1

2020-01-25 Dharma Talk - A Path of Peace - Generosity, Ethics and Spiritual Development 54:17
  Yanai Postelnik
Gaia House Dana Retreat - A Path of Peace and Kindness

2020-01-25 Citta, Kamma and Awakening (Evening Public Talk) 50:33
  Ajahn Sucitto
In Dhamma practice we’re inclining citta towards itself, gathering in attention to recognize where the heart is engaged. Certain engagements will lead to liberation. The practice of recollection is one.
Cittaviveka Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery Winter Retreat 2020

2020-01-25 Guided Standing and Sitting Meditation, Advice on Sitting Posture 45:46
  Yanai Postelnik
Gaia House Dana Retreat - A Path of Peace and Kindness

2020-01-25 Instructions (Day 1) 48:45
  Yanai Postelnik
This recording also includes Gavin Milne.
Gaia House Dana Retreat - A Path of Peace and Kindness

2020-01-25 Morning Reflections 6:27
  Sayadaw U Jagara
Extracts read from "Therigatha - Verses of Freedom" poems by nuns. Translated by Matty Weingast
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2020 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2020-01-25 Self Compassion 6:27:42
  Tara Brach
Book launch Self Compassion
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-01-24 Q&A 54:05
  Sayadaw U Jagara
Questions on aspects of Metta/Perception/Jhana, Samatha vs vipassana. Point of view on Pha-Auk method.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2020 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2020-01-22 Quelques mots sur la pratique 53:04
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2020-01-22 Meditation: Portal to Sacred Presence 22:00
  Tara Brach
This meditation includes a full body scan, and then opens the senses to all experience, allowing life to be just as it is. Awakening to the life of our body reveals the mysterious formless presence that is our source. We close with a poem from Danna Faulds, Trusting Prana.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-01-22 Embodied Presence (Part 1) - Planting our Roots in the Universe 47:40
  Tara Brach
In describing our human predicament and dis-ease, D.H. Lawrence says we are like a great tree with our roots in the air. We need to replant ourselves—in our bodies, hearts and spirit. These two talks are guides to replanting ourselves. In Part 1, we explore how we are so often dissociated from the life of our body, and the pathways home. Part 2 looks at the challenges of pain, fear and trauma, and how we can gradually and skillfully reconnect with a wholeness of being.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-01-22 The Path with Kamma, Part 3 - Meditation 33:21
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-01-22 The Path with Kamma, Part 3 - Talk 57:02
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-01-22 Instructions et méditation guidée 25:54
  Pascal Auclair
Instructions et méditation guidée
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2020-01-22 Reconciliation and Loving Kindness Meditation 35:53
  Bob Stahl
Morning Meditation Practice Day 5
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-22 From the Ordinary Habitual Mind to the Buddha Mind 12: Exploring Our Experience of Time 3 62:51
  Donald Rothberg
We continue to investigate our experience of time, focusing first more extensively on common patterns of experiencing time in a conditioned way. We then point to three main ways that our sense of time is transformed as we awaken, related to a deepened sense of impermanence as well as a greater sense of presence, and, finally, a movement, so to speak, into timeless awareness. Relatedly, we point to four main ways of practicing to investigate our experience of time, related first to examining our various conditioned constructions of time, and then to opening further to impermanence, presence, and timeless awareness, which can then also, to speak, hold time.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2020-01-21 Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation, Week 2 1:32:08
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation, Jan-Feb 2020

2020-01-21 Reconciliation and Loving Kindness 69:38
  Bob Stahl
Evening Dharma Talk Day 4
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-21 Insight 31:38
  Howard Cohn
Mission Dharma

2020-01-21 Open Awareness 36:28
  Bob Stahl
Morning Meditation Instructions Day 4
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-21 Morning Instructions. 12:43
  Sayadaw U Jagara
"The flight of the eagle". The trio of Panna, Sati, and Viriya combined in different modes of our meditative practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2020 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2020-01-20 Buddhist Studies - Anatta: The Impersonal Nature of Experience - Week 2 65:25
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course - Anatta: The Impersonal Nature of Experience

2020-01-20 The Dhamma of Identity 1:10:51
  Bob Stahl
Evening Dharma Talk Day 3
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-20 Mindfulness of the Mind States 30:37
  Bob Stahl
Morning Meditation Instructions Day 3
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-19 Metta (Lovingkindness), Equanimity, and Daily Life Practice (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 66:05
  Donald Rothberg
We explore two dimensions of integration in metta practice: (1) connecting metta and the awakened heart with wisdom, especially through the connection between metta and equanimity; and (2) pointing to ways to continue our metta practice in several dimensions of daily life—in individual practice, in being with others, and in our participation in the wider social world.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat

2020-01-19 Delusion To Wisdom 50:11
  JoAnna Hardy
MLK weekend retreat - wisdom and compassion
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Wisdom and Compassion for Our Time: Insight Meditation Weekend

2020-01-19 Ways to Support Practice 68:14
  Bob Stahl
Evening Dharma Talk Day 2
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-19 Some Basics Of Meditation Practice 32:32
  Ajahn Punnadhammo
Arrow River Forest Hermitage

2020-01-19 The Path with Kamma, Part 1 - Meditation 12:57
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-01-19 The Path with Kamma, Part 1 - Talk 52:09
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-01-19 The Path with Kamma, Part 2 - Meditation 34:29
  Mark Nunberg
Chant followed by guided meditation
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-01-19 Mindfulness of Feeling Tones 39:30
  Bob Stahl
Morning Meditation Instructions Day 2
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-18 Happiness and Letting Go (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 44:38
  Beth Sternlieb
Generosity, Sila, Wisdom, Compassionate Listening on the Path to awakening.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat

2020-01-18 15 talk: from dukkha to sukha 46:15
  Jill Shepherd
Exploring the overall arc of our practice as a movement from dukkha (suffering) to ease and happiness (sukha), and how mudita or appreciative joy can support this development
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-18 What Brings us to Practice 57:38
  Bob Stahl
Evening Dharma Talk Day 1
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-18 14 instructions: mindfulness of feeling-tone 12:58
  Jill Shepherd
A brief introduction to the Second Establishment of Mindfulness, mindfulness of feeling-tone or vedana: recognising pleasant, unpleasant or neutral experiences
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-18 Mindfulness of the Body 47:37
  Bob Stahl
Morning Meditation Instructions Day 1
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-18 13 meditation: mindfulness of mind 27:06
  Jill Shepherd
Steadying awareness on the breath and physical sensations, then opening to include sounds, thoughts, and emotions
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-18 12 instructions: mindfulness of mind 9:37
  Jill Shepherd
A short introduction to exploring mindfulness of the mind, including thoughts, emotions, moods, and mind-states
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-18 First Morning Instructions. Breath and Body 64:53
  JoAnna Hardy
Settling and stabilizing in the first foundation of mindfulness.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Wisdom and Compassion for Our Time: Insight Meditation Weekend

2020-01-17 11 talk: befriending the mind 46:39
  Jill Shepherd
Some ways of developing a wiser relationship to our mental activity: thoughts, emotions, moods and mind-states
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-17 10 guided meditation: metta for the benefactor 21:13
  Jill Shepherd
A short guided meditation offering metta to the benefactor, using a combination of radiating energy and reciting phrases methods
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-17 09 instructions: metta 19:01
  Jill Shepherd
A brief introduction to metta or kindness as the first of the four brahmavihara practices
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-17 08 guided meditation: exploring the four elemental qualities 15:51
  Jill Shepherd
A short guided meditation lying down, bringing awareness to the elemental qualities of earth, water, fire and air within the body and externally
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-17 07 instructions: mindfulness of the body in terms of the four elemental qualities 13:21
  Jill Shepherd
Exploring mindfulness of the body in terms of the four elemental qualities of earth, water, fire and air
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-16 When we consider suffering, kindness is the only response. (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 58:46
  Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat

2020-01-16 Ācariya Puja - Recollect Pāramī (Evening Public Talk) 63:47
  Ajahn Sucitto
A recollection of the qualities and effects of the teacher, Ajahn Chah. A teacher’s presence can bring forth a lot in people. They recognize the potential for strength that is there for all of us and help us develop pāramī.
Cittaviveka Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery Winter Retreat 2020

2020-01-16 04 meditation: body scan and mindfulness of breathing 25:12
  Jill Shepherd
Beginning with a body scan inviting tension to soften and relax, then bringing awareness to the breath, starting with the simple knowing of breathing in and breathing out
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-16 03 instructions: sati and samadhi 14:15
  Jill Shepherd
A short exploration of mindfulness (sati) in the context of insight meditation, and how it is supported by clear comprehension (sampajanno) and stability of mind or non-distractability (samadhi)
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2020-01-15 Compassion, Community-Metta (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 52:15
  Beth Sternlieb
"One who loves has the key to unlock the door to ultimate reality: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat

2020-01-15 Meditation: Coming Home with the Breath 20:34
  Tara Brach
This guided practice has a short period of relaxing the body, and establishes the breath as a home base for attention. We practice arriving again and again, deepening the pathway of homecoming. The meditation ends with lovingkindness for ourselves and our world.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-01-15 Shifting from Limbic to Liberating Itention 48:32
  Tara Brach
Becoming conscious of our intentions is the first step to truly aligning our life with our heart. This talk explores identifying when we are being driven by grasping and fear, and ways we can bring compassion to unmet needs and discover the deeper longing – the liberating intention – that guides us to freedom.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-01-15 From hindrances to awakening factors. 53:23
  Jaya Rudgard
Long term and immediate practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-15 Day 2 Brahmavihara Practice (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 47:22
  Donald Rothberg
Instructions for "radiating metta" and guided practice.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat

2020-01-15 Sweeping the Body 44:25
  Ajahn Sucitto
Something in us – citta – searches for release from suffering. It struggles to rise out of old patterns, which means one has to enter them. Sweeping meditation is a skillful means. It’s not just a physical exercise but an opportunity to clear kamma.
Cittaviveka Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery Winter Retreat 2020

2020-01-15 Instructions of choiceless attention and awareness of awareness 53:53
  Yuka Nakamura
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-15 The Buddha under the Tree Story is True 1:55:28
  Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2020-01-14 The Transformative Power of Metta Practice (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 56:21
  Donald Rothberg
Guided by a recent translation of a poem about metta practice by an early Buddhist nun, from The First Free Women, we contemplate the simple yet radical and profound spirit of metta practice. The author tells us: "I have followed this Path of friendship to its end. And I can say with absolute certainty—it will lead you home.” We look at how metta cuts through fear, how it deepens concentration, how we work with the challenges of metta practice, how we navigate the “purification process” linked with metta practice, and how we integrate the kind heart, mindfulness, wisdom, and skillful action.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat

2020-01-14 Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation, Week 1 1:29:31
  Mark Nunberg
Course introduction, two guided meditations, and dharma talk
Common Ground Meditation Center Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation, Jan-Feb 2020

2020-01-14 Right Intention 55:54
  Yuka Nakamura
Our actions are often driven by unconscious or conflicting intentions. How can we align with wholesome intentions and cultivate wholesome mindstates?
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-14 Reflections on Metta for difficult people: guided Metta meditation. 45:32
  Jaya Rudgard
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-14 Completing the Inner Conversation 40:51
  Ajahn Sucitto
We come to Dhamma practice hoping for calm and quiet, but that may be down the track a while. Begin instead with dialogue, listening to the inner chatter with patience and steadiness. As agitated and troubling states are lovingly met, the passion around them fades. We can experience the nibbāna element here and now.
Cittaviveka Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery Winter Retreat 2020

2020-01-14 Morning Reflections 21:49
  Sayadaw U Jagara
Seven bojjhangas starting with Sati. Bring balance. Seeing the body as physical elements and identifying some causes for its manifestation.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2020 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2020-01-14 Morning Instructions On Thoughts 51:06
  Chris Cullen
Exploringintentions in working with thoughts - how to develop mindfulness of thoughts and a deepening understanding of their shaping influence
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-13 Buddhist Studies - Anatta: The Impersonal Nature of Experience - Week 1 1:35:17
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course - Anatta: The Impersonal Nature of Experience

2020-01-13 Self, Non-self, and the importance of flexibility of view. 62:57
  Chris Cullen
An exploration of the Buddha's teaching on anatta (not-self), and the importance also of honoring personhood and cultivating flexibility of view so as to respond appropriately to circumstances. The emptiness of all phenomena is also briefly explained and explored.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-13 S.E.S. January - Intimacy & Imagination -Wise View - guided meditation 13:13
  Sebene Selassie
New York Insight Meditation Center Sacred Earth Sangha

2020-01-13 S.E.S. January - Intimacy & Imagination - Wise View - Dharma talk 34:36
  Sebene Selassie
New York Insight Meditation Center Sacred Earth Sangha

2020-01-13 S.E.S. January - Intimacy & Imagination - Reflections 27:13
  Sebene Selassie
New York Insight Meditation Center Sacred Earth Sangha

2020-01-13 "What Is Meditation" 56:15
  Sayadaw U Jagara
Meditation is described as "sensitivity, intelligence, and adjustment". Parallels are done with "Sati, Panna, and Viriya" - a trilogy principle seen in MN:117, Mahācattārīsaka Sutta
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2020 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2020-01-13 Guided Metta meditation for self and benefactor 43:30
  Yuka Nakamura
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-13 What Shape Is Your Mind 46:45
  Ajahn Sucitto
Unskillful saṇkhāras can be undone in the same way they are formed – through perception. Choose particular tones like friendliness and welcome. Introduce them into the body and ask how it feels. Skillful use of perception and attention can sooth and steady the body’s energy.
Cittaviveka Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery Winter Retreat 2020

2020-01-13 Climate Change / Ram Dass - Monday Night Dharma Talk 64:31
  Jack Kornfield
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2020-01-13 Instructions and guided meditation: mindfulness of mindstates. 51:12
  Jaya Rudgard
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-12 The Sensitive Heart - Meditation 33:43
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-01-12 The Sensitive Heart - Talk 44:43
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-01-12 Search Within Thine Own Mind 34:05
  Ajahn Punnadhammo
Arrow River Forest Hermitage

2020-01-12 Guided Metta Meditation 45:56
  Chris Cullen
Brief introduction followed by a guided metta meditation for group, self, and benefactors
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-12 Practising with Ground, Space and Rhythm 45:26
  Ajahn Sucitto
Contact with the world causes citta to lose its sense of ground, space and rhythm. Use of body is recommended as a meditation theme. We practice to carefully meet contact impression, training intention and attention to be for one’s welfare.
Cittaviveka Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery Winter Retreat 2020

2020-01-12 Instructions on mindfulness of vedana 54:06
  Yuka Nakamura
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-11 The Four Ennobling Truths 61:30
  Yuka Nakamura
The teaching on the four ennobling truths speaks to our lived experience. It addresses the existential fact of facing suffering, pain, stress, and conflict in our lives and offers a way to understand the causes and conditions that lead to suffering and to the end of suffering. The four ennobling truths can guide us in our practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Approaches: Insight Meditation Retreat

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