The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
 
Dharma Talks given at Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge
2003-08-31 Patience 65:27
  Sarah Doering
The parami of patience not only enables endurance of great suffering but allows compassion to flower. A Tibetan monk imprisoned for 33 years explains his strength as "the fruit of taking the teachings seriously: resist anger, be patient, and do good to others".

2003-08-27 Anatta 62:28
  Joseph Goldstein
August 2003 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2003-08-19 Faith And Wisdom 55:13
  Joseph Goldstein
August 2003 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2003-08-15 Two Kinds of Love 53:24
  Sarah Doering
Love, as it is ordinarily experienced in our world, leads to suffering. The leaders of the Burmese opposition party bear witness to the fact that love which has in it no attachment leads to freedom and peace.

2003-08-02 Sila 62:21
  Sarah Doering
Moral integrity is the absolute foundation of practice. It can be endlessly refined until it is perfected through love.

2003-07-25 4 Foundations of Mindfulness 54:27
  Myoshin Kelley

2003-07-05 Mudita: The Joy That Multiplies 59:05
  Myoshin Kelley
Mudita is the capacity to rejoice in the happiness or good fortune of others. As a practice, mudita helps us to aim the heart toward its natural capacity for generosity, friendliness and care. In doing so, we find our hearts rejoicing.

2003-07-01 Craving 59:14
  Joseph Goldstein

2003-06-29 Resolve The Heart 53:57
  Myoshin Kelley
Resolve or determination is what helps us to stay committed on our journey of awakening. It is a strength of heart that is gentle but firm. It helps us to proceed without wavering regardless of what our experiences might be.

2003-06-24 Working with Afflictive Emotions 56:15
  Joseph Goldstein

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