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Steve Armstrong's Dharma Talks at Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
Steve Armstrong
My biding motivation for the practice of teaching is to share my interest, my understanding and my confidence in the Buddha's way for a balanced and deeply happy life. Given the pace of our culture and the direction in which it is going, mindfulness is essential to sanity. Since my first vipassana retreat in 1975, I've experienced the wisdom of sanity, peace and freedom.
1995-10-07 Meditation Instructions, Q&A 62:13
1995-09-30 Meditation Instructions, Q&A 43:35
1995-07-23 Clear Cutting Of Difficulties 59:21
dealing with those conditions in our lives which provoke painful emotions
1995-06-09 Vipassana Retreat (4 Tapes) - II 25:16
mixed question and answers with guided meditations. Stive Armstrong with Michele Mcdonald and Steve Smith.
1995-06-08 Vipassana Retreat (4 Tapes) - I 57:46
mixed question and answers with guided meditations. Stive Armstrong with Michele Mcdonald and Steve Smith.
1995-06-04 Vipassana Retreat (4 Tapes) - IV 47:57
mixed question and answers with guided meditations. Stive Armstrong with Michele Mcdonald and Steve Smith.
1995-06-01 Vipassana Retreat (4 Tapes) - III 50:21
mixed question and answers with guided meditation.
1994-11-29 Guided Equanimity Meditation 44:18
an introductory explanation and practice of the fourth Brahma Vihara meditation
1994-11-26 Commentary On "Jumping Mouse" 57:08
commentary on a children's story reflecting the similarities in Native American and Buddhist understandings of one's transformation and transcendence in the spiritual quest.
1994-11-20 "...See Here How Everything Leads Up To This Day..." 57:35
the right understanding of kamma: the law of moral cause and effect can be a powerful ally in practice. by understanding how the 'sense of self' is dependent upon momentary conditions we can begin to let the conditions pass and the sense of self dissolve while discovering the peace beyond conditions

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