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Guy Armstrong's Dharma Talks
Guy Armstrong
I have always enjoyed working with practitioners who are continuing to deepen their practice. In the many long retreats I teach at both IMS and Spirit Rock, I feel free to pass on the deepest pointings I’ve found in the teachings of the Buddha in the Pali Canon. Those are my guiding lights in practice and understanding.
2007-11-01 Right Attitude 31:28
As we develop awareness of the objects of our experience, it is also important to be aware of our attitude to them. Is there greed, aversion or delusion; or is there non-greed, non-aversion or non-delusion?
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 2
2007-07-18 Mudita: Practicing Joy And Gratitude 61:01
Appreciative joy (Mudita) is the third of the divine abidings (Brahma Viharas). When directed to oneself, it enhances the sense of gratefulness. This is an important practice because joy is an integral part of the path to liberation.
2007-07-14 The Benefits Of Metta 53:55
This talk explains how the practice of loving-kindness works to bring five benefits: a tender heart, the purification of heart and mind, concentration, connection to life, and happiness.
2007-04-05 The Practice of Joy and Gratitude 61:57
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
2007-04-02 Untitled 60:00
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
2006-10-14 Mindfulness Of Breathing 52:10
This talk gives an overview of mindfulness of breathing with reference to the Anapanasati Sutta. It is 16 stages of development show how the breath is a foundation for both concentration and insight
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Vipassana Intensive
2006-04-15 Taking the Practice Home 55:10
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2006-04-13 Rigpa Consciousness and Nirvana 1:14:49
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2006-04-12 Practicing Rigpa - Part 2 46:57
The talk explores different methods for the technique of looking in dzogchen practice as taught by Tsoknyi Rinpoche. It also describes some meditation states that might be mistaken for rigpa (near relatives).
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2006-04-11 Practicing Rigpa - Part 1 54:04
This talk discusses the basic approach of look, see and rest in Rigpa practice, with an emphasis on trust in our own experience.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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