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Dharma Talks
2010-03-19 Dependent Arising and Liberation 63:52
  Gil Fronsdal
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March 2010 Month Long

2010-03-19 Woman's Retreat - Opening Talk 43:33
  Christina Feldman
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Women in Meditation: Insight Meditation Retreat

2010-03-18 A Life Well Lived 55:22
  James Baraz
A Life Well Lived
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2010-03-18 Disenchantment with the World/Turning towards Liberation 50:31
  Sharda Rogell
Realizing clearly that things don't bring lasting satisfaction, we become disenchanted with reaching out to things; the energy that was bound up with clinging is there, released towards liberation.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March 2010 Month Long

2010-03-18 Selves & Not-Self, Part III 39:37
  Thanissaro Bhikkhu
One in a series of 3 talks: The Buddha viewed perceptions of self and not-self as a form of karma, or action. Thus the question is not, “Do I have a self?” or “What is my true self?” Instead, it is “When is it skillful to perceive a self, and when is it more skillful to perceive not-self?” This series of three talks will explore this last question. Part III explores the function of the perception of not-self as a means to true happiness.
New York Insight Meditation Center New York Insight 2010 Talks

2010-03-18 The River of Change 65:03
  Kamala Masters
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2010 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2010-03-18 Vulnerability invulnerability (in English) 34:32
  Charles Genoud
Centre Bouddhiste Vimalakirti Mataganza 2010

2010-03-18 Riding The Ox Home 53:34
  Myo Lahey
Gaia House The Ten Ox Herding Pictures - stories of Zen Practice, ancient and modern

2010-03-18 Talk 52:07
  Ajahn Thanasanti
Insight Santa Cruz

2010-03-17 Knowledge and Vision of Things as They Are (Liberative Dependent Arising 8) 59:52
  Donald Rothberg
We explore how "knowledge and vision of things as they are," supported by concentration and earlier factors, brings us insight into impermanence, suffering and the roots of suffering, and not-self. We examine some of the forces and structure that lead to delusion and a lack of clear seeing, as well as how to practice to cultivate these insights.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March 2010 Month Long

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