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Dharma Talks given at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2001-05-07 Who Are You Really? 60:10
  Jack Kornfield
An inquiry into the essence of who we really are, accepting and honoring the totality of ourselves.
Monday and Wednesday Talks

2001-05-02 You Are the Buddha 60:41
  Howard Cohn

2001-05-02 When Things Don't Go Our Way 49:52
  Michele McDonald
Instead of pretending to be okay when our beautiful dreams get blown apart, can we learn to respond with compassion, ease and balance?

2001-04-30 The Teaching of Ajahn Chah 63:04
  Jack Kornfield

2001-04-29 Buddhism and the Red Road 30:09
  John Travis

2001-04-29 Refuge 52:22
  Christina Feldman
Taking refuge is an invitation to explore our inner capacity for awakening wisdom and compassion.

2001-04-25 Taking Difficulties as a Path 64:34
  Donald Rothberg

2001-04-25 Taking Difficulties as a Path 63:49
  Donald Rothberg

2001-04-18 Paramita Meditation 67:53
  Sylvia Boorstein

2001-04-18 Holding Hands 30:10
  Sylvia Boorstein
In thinking about the path of awareness and the refining of the heart that is the purpose of Buddhist philosophy, Sylvia suggests that she would like to amend the Eightfold Path to be the "Ninefold Path," adding Right Relationship as the ninthfold. Right Relationship is the sense of connection we feel in the world that holds us up. Hand holding is the metaphor Sylvia uses to symbolize this connection. Hands take us from the womb, and they put us in the grave. In between, it is one big "hand holding."
Monday and Wednesday Talks

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