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Anagarika Munindra's Dharma Talks
Anagarika Munindra
Anagarika Munindra (1915–2003) was a Bengali Buddhist master and scholar who became one of the most important Vipassana meditation teachers of the twentieth century. Unassuming, genuine, and always encouraging, Munindra embodied the Buddhist teachings, exemplifying mindfulness in everything he did.
1983-10-03 Self Illusion 61:16
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Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center 1983 Three Month Retreat
1983-09-24 Precepts and Refuges 41:25
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Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center 1983 Three Month Retreat
1983-09-22 Opening Talks 1:18:34
with Jack Kornfield
Introduction: Bob Ray Dharma Talk and initial instructions: Jack Kornfield Sutta on Loving-Kindness (Metta): Achan Sobin Three Refuges and Five Precepts, Talk: Munindra
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center 1983 Three Month Retreat
1983-07-29 Closing Comments 1:19:43
Munindra tape 12
1983-07-29 Questions and Answers 30:04
Munindra tape 11
1983-07-27 Meditation on the Repulsive Nature of the Body 36:16
Munindra tape 9
1983-07-26 Discussion of Metta Meditation 1:19:10
Munindra tape 8
1983-07-26 Pain and Vedanas 1:10:30
Munindra tape 7
1983-07-25 Doors to Perception 33:22
Munindra tape 5
1983-07-24 Four Noble Truths 45:58
Munindra tape 4

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