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The Mysterious Way of the Heart: Where Wisdom and Compassion Meet

This retreat focuses on the embodiment of wisdom and compassion. Through the cultivation of samadhi (a gathering of our heart, mind and body energies), we establish a healing foundation for insight into our mistaken identification with patterns of self. As structures of the self are gently released from grasping and aversion, our heart knows the emptiness and peace of its original nature. Authentic, compassionate response and intuitive understanding arise, and the non-dual nature of emptiness and appearance is recognized.
2011-03-04 (10 days) Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

  
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2011-03-05 Mindfulness: Feet Touching The Ground 41:54
  Kittisaro
Mindfulness: Guide to true nature. Bring the light of awareness to body and breath
2011-03-05 Unification Of Body, Mind And Heart 56:34
  Kittisaro
Cultivation of samadhi and shana factors. Healing aspects of path; being present
2011-03-06 Independent Abiding 41:31
  Thanissara
Supports for the cultivation of samadhi; fruits of samadhi.
2011-03-06 The Prisoner 44:43
  Thanissara
The light awareness illuminates the dark. Working with hindrances.
2011-03-07 Reading The Book Of The Heart 37:16
  Kittisaro
Two great oxen: samatha - calming and vipassana - insight- meditation; each supports the other . Hindrances as teachers.
2011-03-07 Sacred Gateway 53:22
  Kittisaro
What comes, goes, contemplation of impermanence. Letting go and peace.
2011-03-08 The River Of The Self 45:01
  Thanissara
Calm and insight as a base for exploration of the five khandas; replacing reactivity with mindfulness.
2011-03-08 Sujata's Gift 53:04
  Thanissara
The Buddha's journey and the four truths. The unknowing of knowing.
2011-03-09 Ice To Water As Dukkha To Peace 33:06
  Kittisaro
Working with the four noble truths.
2011-03-09 Return to The Deathless 51:03
  Kittisaro
Radical reflection. Interdependence. The disappearance of "thing-ness"
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