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Dharma Talks Access for Retreatants

Februrary 2013 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2013-02-01 (28 days) Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge

  
2013-02-12 Morning Reflection: Body – object- and field-awareness; 3 dimensions of sensation. 19:44
  Akincano Marc Weber
2013-02-12 Maps of cultivating the mind: Satipaṭṭhāna and 4 distinct phases of meditation 56:58
  Akincano Marc Weber
2013-02-13 Morning Reflection: Mindfulness, voluntary & involuntary attention. 4 stages of focus 17:16
  Akincano Marc Weber
2013-02-14 Morning Reflection: Continuity of Mindfulness 16:34
  Andrea Fella
2013-02-15 Wisdom and Insight 56:39
  Andrea Fella
An exploration of ways we experience wisdom and insight in our practice.
2013-02-16 Morning Reflection: Patience 12:39
  Andrea Fella
2013-02-18 Morning Reflection - Orientation: attention and intention as factors of practice 45:19
  Akincano Marc Weber
2013-02-18 Clear comprehension - Sati's friend. On sampajañña. 52:09
  Akincano Marc Weber
A perspective from both the sutta and commentarial traditions.
2013-02-19 Morning Reflection: Sati infused. The Brahmavihāras for meditators 27:57
  Akincano Marc Weber
2013-02-20 Three gateways to liberation and a message from Luang Poo Doon 13:51
  Akincano Marc Weber
Luang Poo Doon's reframing of the 4 Noble Truths: "The mind that goes out in order to satisfy its moods is the Cause of Suffering (samudaya). The result that comes from the mind going out in order to satisfy its moods is Suffering (dukkha). The mind seeing the mind clearly is the Path leading to Cessation of Suffering (magga). The result of the mind seeing the mind clearly is the Cessation of Suffering (nirodha). Luang Poo Doon หลวงปู่ ตูลย์ (trnsl. A. Pasanno)
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