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Larry Rosenberg's Dharma Talks
Larry Rosenberg
The method I use most in teaching is anapanasati or mindfulness with breathing. Breath awareness supports us while we investigate the entire mind-body process. It helps calm the mind and gives us a graceful entry into a state of choiceless awareness--a place without agendas, where we are not for or against whatever turns up in the moment.
1989-02-25 The Dog Runs After The Bone: Beginnning Samadhi Practice I 48:06
BEGINNING SAMADHI PRACTICE I - learning to become undivided
1989-02-27 The Dog Runs After The Bone: Beginnning Samadhi Practice II 36:48
BEGINNING SAMADHI PRACTICE II - beginning to really see the futility of a mind that runs after its own bones
1989-03-26 Guiding The Heart #2 52:42
1990-02-13 Infinite Respect 45:56
1989-03-01 The Dog Runs After The Bone: Beginnning Samadhi Practice III 53:45
BEGINNING SAMADHI PRACTICE III - staying with the simple practice of Samadhi brings the profound outcome of a calm and steady mind
1989-03-04 Blending Practice With Life 1:32:35
moving from an awareness within the meditation practice to an awareness in daily life
1989-03-29 Coming To Terms With The Nature Of The Body 1:23:00
appreciating the body as another dimension of our struggle with attachment and its consequences
1989-04-19 Dana: The Flowering Of Generosity 1:33:55
1989-04-26 Conscious Breathing I: Reflections On Anapanasati I 1:34:16
through the practice of conscious breathing, the mind becomes stilled and in stillness becomes nourished with joy
1989-05-24 Conscious Breathing II: Reflections On Anapanasati II 1:33:42
using the Buddha's 16 contemplations on breathing as a rich source of inspiration and practical approaches for our practice

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