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Narayan Helen Liebenson's Dharma Talks at Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
Narayan Helen Liebenson
I try to help practitioners approach their meditation practice and their lives with compassion and wisdom. Bringing a loving attentiveness into each moment allows us to learn kindness rather than condemnation, and discernment rather than judgment.
2001-03-11 Patience And Expectation 48:03
Defining patience, its place in practice, and the connection between patience and expectation.
2000-05-11 Living Fully In The Present; The Four Foundations Of Mindfulness - part 2 42:46
continuation of part 1.
2000-05-09 Living Fully In The Present; The Four Foundations Of Mindfulness - part 1 46:04
Learning to open fully to life as it is.
2000-03-29 Opening To Dukkha Is Opening To Freedom 45:37
The awareness of suffering is a way to let it go.
2000-03-09 Self Knowledge And Selflessness 46:46
The path of awareness and the discovery of no self.
1999-05-13 The Freedom Of Equanimity 57:19
what equanimity is and how it relates to the eight worldly Dharmas
1999-05-12 Metta Meditation 39:56
1999-05-09 The 7 Factors Of Awakening 64:16
a description of each one of the seven factors: mindfulness, investigation, energy, joy, calm, concentration and equanimity
1999-03-24 What Is Investigation? 48:40
a discussion of meditative investigation and methods
1998-03-25 Attachment And Connection 46:49
discerning the difference between connection (with oneself, others, the world) and attachment

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