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Dharma Talks given at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2006-04-12 Practicing Rigpa - Part 2 46:57
  Guy Armstrong
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).

2006-04-12 Nahid Angha Discusses Sufism with Sylvia 67:37
  Sylvia Boorstein

2006-04-11 Practicing Rigpa - Part 1 54:04
  Guy Armstrong
This talk discusses the basic approach of look, see and rest in Rigpa practice, with an emphasis on trust in our own experience.

2006-04-10 The History of Buddhism in India - Part 2 64:28
  Guy Armstrong
This talk discusses the development of Buddhism in India beginning with the origins of the Mahayana school around 100 BC and continuing through Nagarjuna, the Yogacara school, Vajrayana, and the beginnings of Dzogchen. As in part 1, the philosophical differences are highlighted.

2006-04-09 The History of Buddhism in India - Part 1 44:24
  Guy Armstrong
This talk recaps some key elements in the development of Buddhism in India from the death of the Buddha through the splits that occurred in the early schools of what could be called classical or Nikaya Buddhism. It highlights some of the philosophical issues that caused the divisions.

2006-04-06 Q&A with Norm And Mary 69:27
  Sylvia Boorstein

2006-04-05 Working With Intentions 40:09
  Donald Rothberg

2006-04-04 Abiding in Paradise 57:54
  Norman Fischer

2006-04-03 Reflections On Bali 50:03
  Jack Kornfield

2006-04-03 In And Out Of Egypt 56:41
  Sylvia Boorstein
Practice as restorer of wisdom of the mind when it's disturbed by afflictive emotion. An analogy is made to "Egypt" in the Exodus story as narrowness of mind--we go in and out of Egypt many times a day.

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