The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
 
Dharma Talks given at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2003-06-11 Inquiring into the World 1:16:08
  Lewis Richmond

2003-06-04 Keeping the Heart Afloat 48:50
  Sylvia Boorstein

2003-06-02 Nachiketa - Lord of Death 63:39
  Jack Kornfield

2003-05-22 Eight Fold Path 56:42
  Sylvia Boorstein
The goal of practice is peace of mind on behalf of a peaceful world. The eightfold path is presented with stories to illustrate.

2003-05-21 Not Knowing But Keep Going 41:57
  Donald Rothberg

2003-05-19 What Do We Really Want? 51:30
  Sylvia Boorstein
Mindfulness is a collaboration of concentration and awareness, designed to balance the mind. In a context of non-reactivity the three characteristics are clearly seen.

2003-05-14 3 Characteristics of Existence 67:33
  Sylvia Boorstein

2003-05-14 Integrating Vipassana & Dzogchen 48:43
  Guy Armstrong
This talk is directed to Vipassana practitioners who wish to include in their meditations the dzogchen practice and theory. It explores ways of integrating the understanding and meditation technique of the two traditions.

2003-05-13 Non-Dual Awareness 62:52
  Guy Armstrong
According to the Dzogchen teachings, an aspect of the nature of mind is non-dual awareness. But the Theravada understanding is that these is a distinction between consciousness and it's objects. How can we reconcile these views?

2003-05-12 Bodhisattva Path: Plus Rigpa & Nirvana 63:51
  Guy Armstrong
Two talks in one. The first describes my faltering steps in bodhisattva. The second examines different understandings of nirvana in the Buddhist tradition and compares them to the nature of mind described by Dzogchen.

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