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Phillip Moffitt is co-guiding teacher of Spirit Rock Meditation Center and the founder of the Life Balance Institute. He teaches vipassana meditation and is the author of Dancing with Life, a book exploring the Buddha’s Four Noble Truths. More information can be found at: www.dharmawisdom.org. He is currently writing a book on skillful living.
2010-06-04 Embodied Mindfulness as a Path to Liberation 65:15
The vital difference between mindfulness and right mindfulness. What does it mean to have direct experience of the body? Simple practices to develop the "felt sense" of the body.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening in the Body: Meditation with Qigong
2009-04-26 Rising and Falling of Sensation 41:24
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness Training for Yoga Teachers #3
2009-04-23 Choosing to Walk the Path of Wisdom 58:12
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness Training for Yoga Teachers #3
2009-04-23 Being Available for the Breath 25:04
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness Training for Yoga Teachers #3
2009-04-22 Metta for the Emotional Body 28:12
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness Training for Yoga Teachers #3
2009-02-18 Now That You Know, What Do You Know? 59:31
As the part of understanding the three insights of the 4th Noble Truth as practice, it is vital to use"what is path" and to recognize it when it arises.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Twelve Insights of the Four Noble Truths
2009-02-15 Second Noble Truth And The Hindrances 61:36
There are three insights to practice and realize is the second Noble Truth. All are built around realizing the cause of suffering. The hindrance of mind when they arise are an opportunity to practice this releasing.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Twelve Insights of the Four Noble Truths
2009-02-02 Paradox Of Desire 58:07
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks
2008-12-03 The Embodied Journey 61:00
Opening to mindfulness of the body is both the beginning of practice and the vehicle that carries you through the practice as the "felt sense." Embodied presence through awareness of the body is one of the fruits of practice.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Three Centers Retreat: Eye of Wisdom; Heart of Compassion; Body of Awakening
2008-08-22 Why Exchange Sukkha For Dukkha 65:37
Once you learn to find a calm abiding of the mind there are many kinds of joy and bliss that may arise. Yet, you are asked to turn your calm mind to the practice of insight in order to experience the dukkha the Buddha describes in the First Noble Truth. Why give bliss (sukkha) for dukkha.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration

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