The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
Dharma Talks given at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
1999-02-25 The Three Characteristics 57:39
Guy Armstrong

1999-02-24 The Attack of Mara 61:37
Eugene Cash

1999-02-22 Purification of the Heart 59:16
Guy Armstrong

1999-02-21 Nothing Is Worth Thinking Out 57:33
Sylvia Boorstein
inspiration for a rigorous, devoted, hope-filled practice

1999-02-18 Peace Is Possible 53:55
Sylvia Boorstein
Using the path of practice (the Fourth Noble Truth), we can learn to pay attention moment to moment, developing insight and concentration. Each moment of mindfulness is another moment of freedom from suffering, and in that freedom, indeed, peace is possible.

1999-01-24 Working With Difficulties: The Five Hindrances 57:12
Adrianne Ross
letting life live through you: how to work with difficulties

1999-01-08 Women Awakening Through the Body 47:38
Debra Chamberlin-Taylor
How we can use mindfulness of the body, and the realities of life in our body, as the awakener.

1998-11-23 Big Flower, Small Flower 61:07
Gil Fronsdal
Distinguishing the commentary from the direct experience.

1998-11-22 Seeing In A New Way 55:25
Sylvia Boorstein
Vipassana means seeing things clearly. When we are overwhelmed, our view can become inhibited. Like a miracle, seeing from a different view allows us to see and do in a different way. All we need is one moment of clarity to feel freedom, and all else passes. Meditation is one revelation after another, leading one to see with more kindness and compassion for the benefit of all beings.

1998-11-01 Not Clinging 34:40
Arinna Weisman
"All things should not be clung to. Whoever hears this hears all Buddhism"

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