Isle of Wight Buddhist Group

Issue 1, February 2006

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Issue 1, February 2006 8 Frequently Updated Sites 9 10 Insight Meditation Community of San Francisco... Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery 11 Iron Bell Audio Dharma 12 Kurukulla Center Clouds in Water Zen Centre 13 Naples Community of Mindfulness... Buddhist Society of Western Australia 14 Seattle Insight Meditation Society... Dhamma Talks 15 Vimala Zen Center Dharma Field 16 Zencast Gay Buddhist Fellowship 17 18 19 Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Mon- 20 (MP) 3 Jewels 21 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery. astery 22 Kwan um zen Beyond the Net 23 Lam Rim Bodhi Monastery 24 Liberation Park Buddha Educational Foundation 25 Luangta 26 Buddhanet 27 Mettaforest Audio Dhamma Cambridge Insight Meditation Centre 28 Order of Buddhist Contemplatives Chants & music Portland Insight Meditation Commu- 2 Dhammasala 30 nity Dhamma Talks 31 Tathagata Meditation Center Dharma Punx 32 The Forest Hermitage 33 Dharmastream Talks 34 Vihara Buddha Gotama Engaged Zen Foundation 35 Insight Meditation Community of Wash- Watthai net Yoga Research and Education Centre 36 ington 37 Infinite Smile 38 Jamyang Buddhist Centre 39 40 41 42 Books, Articles & Scriptures 43 44 Buddhanet eBooks BuddhaSasana 45

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Sound Quality:. Ajahn Pasanno.VERY GOOD A Foundation of Respect A Training to Be Done Faith A Handful of Leaves Swimming in Shark-infested Waters Accepting the Unbearable At Peace with the Unreasonable Awaken to the Natural Flow Choices Constellations of Meaning Inside and Out Just Before the Honey Kamma Learning to Fail Perfectly Loving Kindness as Your Foundation Non-Contention Obstacles to Compassion Precepts.abhayagiri. the World. average length about 40 minutes.Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery www. Featuring Ajahn Sumedho. Ajahn Amaro and others. a respected Buddhist master of the ancient Thai Forest Tradition of Theravada Buddhism.org Abhayagiri Monastery is the first monastery in the United States to be established by followers of Ajahn Chah. Very accessible talks. and the Water Buffalo Returning to Peace Rules of Engagement Stillness Tech Support for Real Life The Basis of Compassion The Eight Worldly Winds The Power of Loving Kindness The Powers of One in Training Through the Eye of Dhamma To Serve and Respect Turning the Mind Around Turning to the Formal Practice Vedana the Sequel What do I do Now Wisdom and Compassion 4 .

then register as a user on this site and join in the discussion on the Forum. If you have a question or want to discuss your meditation or understanding of Buddhism. then go over to our Library Shop where you can choose from a range of Buddhist books or purchase an mp3 CD ROM with a whole year's worth of talks on it . If you want to explore Buddhist teachings a little deeper.bswa.org Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA online! This site has hundreds of Buddhist teachings available in mp3 audio and mpeg video formats for free download from our Dhamma Talks section.VERY GOOD Ajahn Brahmavamso 5 Aggregates Addictions & Obsessions Anatta Talk Anger & Forgiveness Arguements Assumptions Attitude to Life Be Patient Buddha Nature Buddhism & Mental Illness Buddhism & Psychology Buddhism & Science Buddhism & Sexuality Buddhism & the Body Buddhist Approach To World Conflict Buddhist Attitude to Death and Life Buddhist Meditation the way to Wisdom Buddhist Values Buddhist View On Injustices Compassion And Stillness 5 Compassion Conflict Resolution Consciousness Contentment Dead Loss Dealing With Tragedies Dependent Origination Doing What Is Good Doomsday! Doubt Endurance Enlightenment Enlightenment Happiness Essence Of Pilgrimage Fear Free Will Freedom Grief Guilt Happiness Having Your Cake Help Helping Children Overcome Problems .Buddhist Society of Western Australia www. as well as teachings in text format in our Articles section. Sound Quality:.or sign up to become a member of the BSWA! One of my favourite sites! Featuring Ajahn Brahmavamso (otherwise known as Ajahn Brahm) easily one of the most accessable teachers around.

Hahayana Who's Wrong Why Is Buddhism Growing Why Me Ajahn Dtun Ajahn Dtun takes Questions Ajahn Jayasaro Liberating Life Ajahn Munindo Selling Samsara Ajahn Plien Ajahn Plien Answers Questions Ajahn Plien takes Questions Ajahn Sr. Jitindriya Suffering and Liberation Ajahn Visuddhi Breaking the Momentum of Aversion Generosity Working With Anger .org Ajahn Brahmavamso History Of Buddhism Hopelessness How To Deal With Pain How To Stop Humility Kamma & Rebirth Knowing Loneliness Loving Kindness Meditation Meditation & The Mind Mental Energy Equals Happiness Mental Suffering Mindfulness 1 Mindfulness 2 mindfulness of Body Mudita .Buddhist Society of Western Australia www. again Renunciation Responsibility Scratching In The Wrong Place Self Discipline Self Hate Six Months Of Bliss Stop Trying To Meditate Teachers From Hell Tearing The Hinges Off The Door To Your Heart The Buddhist Attitude to Animal Cruelty The Ending of Relationships The Five Aggregates The Mundane And The Supramundane The Six Sets Of Six The Trickery Of Perception To Hell With Punishment Tranquility In Conflict What is good 6 What Is Love What Is Prison What The Buddha Taught What To Do With Suffering Which Yana.Sympathetic Joy Origins of Buddhism Origins Power Of The Mind Praise & Blame Psuedo buddhism Rebirth (Including Questions and Answers) Rebirth Reborn.bswa.

org Ajahn Sr.bswa.Part Two Wise Attention Bhante Gunaratana The Source Of Happiness Bhikkhuni Kusuma Attachment 7 . The Enlightened Nun Dantika The 37 Requisites For Enlightenment The Miracle In The Heart The Story Of Kisa-Gotami To See Things As They Really Are Understanding The Three Refuges Ajahn Nyanadhammo Abandoning Desire by Using Desire Advice To The Bhikkhunis Aspects of Mindfulness Practice Aspects of the Dhamma Attachment in Family Relations Believing Is Seeing Body Meditations Buddhism is a Living Religion Calm & Insight Meditation Commitment To Enlightenment Core Buddhist Teachings Courage To Face Our Fears Dealing With Our Thinking Dealing With The Fruits Of Bad Kamma Forgiveness Happiness Living A Whole Life Making Peace with Conditions Making Peace Mind is the Forerunner Parents And Family In The Buddhist Context Peace In War Preparing to die Putting Out The Fires Reflective Acceptance Relationships In Buddhism Attitude of the Mind in Meditation Buddhism & Psychic phenomena Cultivation Of Goodness Factors of Awakening in Meditation Going Beyond Speculation Taking Short Cuts The Five Hindrances The Ordinary The Roots Of Everything The Ten Paramis . Vayama Seeing Through The Self Some Aspects Of Meditation Strong Emotions. Friend of Foe Taming The Untamed.Buddhist Society of Western Australia www.Part One The Ten Paramis .

Boy Wonder The Art of Happiness The Cup The Now Moment The potential of mind The puzzle of life Unceremonious Buddhism Chanting Five Subjects for Frequent Recollections Morning Chanting Reflection on Universal Well-Being 8 .bswa.Buddhist Society of Western Australia www.org Sutta Study Class Discourse on Fire Discourse on Non-Conflict Fools and Wise Men Mindfulness of Breathing Simile of the Snake States of Consciousness Structure of the Buddhist Scriptures Sutta 66 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 82 Majjhima Nikaya The Exposition of the Elements The Five Hindrances The Greater & Shorter Discourses on the Cowherd The Greater Discourse on the Full-moon Night The Kosambians The Six Sets Of Six To Magandiya To Potaliya To Prince Abhaya To Upali Two kinds of Thought. No Greed. Removal of Distracting Thoughts Using the Anussati's Various Buddhist Fellowship Freedom you are all prisoners Q & A Freedom you are all prisoners How to be at Peace with Sickness & Death Pt1 How to be at Peace with Sickness & Death Pt2 Jhanas. Bliss Upon Bliss & the 4 Stages of Enlightenment Karmageddon Q&A Karmageddon Reincarnation making a comeback Q & A Reincarnation making a comeback War & Peace and Buddhism Q&A War & Peace and Buddhism Podcast Talks Clairvoyance Continuity Don't be a Sicko Greed. Agreed Ignorance Kamma And The End Of Kamma Looking at our Wrong View Minding the inside world Panic Attacks Smart Thinking.

particularly in the West. patience. Sucitto.dhammatalks. endurance Awakened Awareness and Saying Goodbye Citta the wildest Critter in the West Committed to Freedom Finding the Middle Way Four Noble Truths and Eight-fold Path Freedom From Birth and Death Goodness Has Unavoidable Consequences Handling the Stillness Holiday for the heart part 1 Holiday for the heart part 2 'I am' . Sundara and others.org.VERY GOOD Awareness as a Refuge Beauty of sila Considering the life of the Buddha Freedom From Birth and Death I Am of the Nature to Die In The Image of Ourselves Kalyanamitta. We as a community are concerned that Dhamma teachings made available on the web are both readily and responsibly presented.Core Awareness In Search of Happiness Preparing to Die Consciously Reflecting on Thirty Years of Practice The Five Hindrances .Dhamma Talks www.Special (2) Mother's Day . Accessable Sound Quality:.Special (1) Mother's Day . These sites are currently managed from the monastery of Aruna Ratanagiri.uk These two sites serve as portal pages to the monastic communities of disciples of Venerable Ajahn Chah.Special 9 . presence in relationships Naturalness of Mind Ordination Anniversary Talk Personality View Pilgrimage as Practice Practicing Contentment Reflecting on Thirty Years of Practice The Sacredness of Life Walking Lightly on this earth Acceptance. Speakers include Ajahns Sumedho. in Northumberland. Munindo. UK.Gateways to Liberation The Nature of Cause and Effect Walking Lightly on this Earth A Sumedho Swimming Around in the Sea of Consciousness A Sumedho Relaxed Receptivity A Sumedho Creating yourself A Pasanno Bodyasanchor A Pasanno Beginnings & Endings-Things as They Are A Tirad Experiential Knowing A Tirad Khandhas & Skilful Living A Virad Knowing and Presence A Virad Integrating your momentum A Sucitto Right Effort A Sucitto Reflections on the Hindrances A Munindo Remarkably Lovely Cooperation A Munindo Offering the Gift of Confidence A Sundara The Way Things Should Be part1 A Sundara The Way Things Should Be part2 A Candasiri Beautiful duty A Candasiri Strategies A Thanasanti-The Journey and Power of Surrender Mother's Day . A good variety of talks mainly about and around the life experiences and practise of the Ajahns. Pasanno.

presence in relationships Naturalness of Mind Ordination Anniversary Talk Personality View Pilgrimage as Practice Practicing Contentment Reflecting on Thirty Years of Practice The Sacredness of Life Walking Lightly on this earth Acceptance.dhammatalks. patience.Gateways to Liberation The Nature of Cause and Effect Walking Lightly on this Earth A Sumedho Swimming Around in the Sea of Consciousness A Sumedho Relaxed Receptivity A Sumedho Creating yourself A Pasanno Bodyasanchor A Pasanno Beginnings & Endings-Things as They Are A Tirad Experiential Knowing A Tirad Khandhas & Skilful Living A Virad Knowing and Presence A Virad Integrating your momentum A Sucitto Right Effort A Sucitto Reflections on the Hindrances A Munindo Remarkably Lovely Cooperation A Munindo Offering the Gift of Confidence A Sundara The Way Things Should Be part1 10 .uk Awareness as a Refuge Beauty of sila Considering the life of the Buddha Freedom From Birth and Death I Am of the Nature to Die In The Image of Ourselves Kalyanamitta.Dhamma Talks www.org.Core Awareness In Search of Happiness Preparing to Die Consciously Reflecting on Thirty Years of Practice The Five Hindrances . endurance Awakened Awareness and Saying Goodbye Citta the wildest Critter in the West Committed to Freedom Finding the Middle Way Four Noble Truths and Eight-fold Path Freedom From Birth and Death Goodness Has Unavoidable Consequences Handling the Stillness Holiday for the heart part 1 Holiday for the heart part 2 'I am' .

The community comprises a monastic residence of usually about 8 Sangha members and an adjacent lay retreat facility known as Harnham Retreat House More from Ajahn Munindo. Ajahn Munindo.uk Aruna Ratanagiri Harnham Buddhist Monastery is a Buddhist community on the borders of Scotland and England. Varying length talks 30 minutes to an hour. The abbot.VERY GOOD Ajahn Abhinando Four Roads Haeger the Horrible Mind the Thief Bhikkhu Punnyo Christmas as the Incarnation of Presence Clearing the Smoke Reflections on Time Theravada and the Art of Leaky Manifold Maintenance Reflecting on Kamma and the Wild Passions Teachings on Compost Practice Why Meditate Winning and Losing A Disciple of Reality Am I ready Enlightened Personality Frustration and the Religious Life Impossible Paradox Just Leave it Over There Not Forgetting the Point of Practice Not Too Special Please Put Your Own Mask On First Prayerful Practice Prepared for the Journey Seeing the Way Through 11 Ajahn Munindo A Buddhist Way of Happiness A New Way of Seeing A Spiritual Response to Global Crisis Being Love Cultivating Willingness Learning from Loss.org. average 40 minutes.ratanagiri. was ordained by the late Venerable Ajahn Chah of Wat Nong Pah Pong in NE Thailand in 1975. Renunciation & Nature Meditation Instruction Meditation Posture Meeting our Anger No Choice Prepared for the Unexpected Profoundly Simple Really Comfortable Recognising Relevance .Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery www. Sound Quality:.

He was re-ordained at Wat Nong Pah Pong by Ajahn Chah in 1975. New Zealand. which had begun a few months earlier. Ajahn Munindo Cont. He first encountered Buddhism at the age of 19 years. It had a profound impact and on a visit to Australia in 1972. and spent his first Vassa with Ajahn Thate at Wat Hin Mark Peng. He later received upasampada there from Phra Somdet Nanasamvara in 1974. We Are More Than Our Feelings What to do to Enjoy the Mystery Who Says Its Wrong To Feel Afraid Alone Together And I Know I should Let Go Clearing the Basement Goodness Has Unavoidable Consequences How to Remember Heart Matters In The Image In the Shade of the Bodhi tree It Feels Good to be Mindful Monastic Training Offering the Gift Positive Renunciation Reality Dialogue The Bigger Picture There is Something We Can Do About It What to do to Enjoy the Mystery Guided Contemplations Beyond Struggle Free Inquiry Including Everything No Commandments No Strategy Practice The Element of Allowing 12 . He taught English for a while in Bangkok and there met some Western monks from Wat Bovoronives. After a period living on a community at Mullumbimby he left Australia in 1973 with the intention of traveling to Japan. he met Ajahn Sumedho.org.uk Ajahn Munindo (Keith Morgan) was born in 1951.Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery www. and went to Wat Pah Nanachat. During his time there. where he eventually requested initial ordination as a samanera. In 1987 he returned for another two years at Chithurst Monastery before moving in 1991 to Harnham Aruna Ratanagiri in Northumberland where he is presently abbot. he was given the responsibility of establishing a vihara in Devon. In 1980 he travelled to England to join the community at Chithurst. After a period in a Bangkok hospital with serious health problems. on the Laotian border. in the southwest of England. he had an opportunity to attend a meditation retreat led by Ajahn Khantipalo.ratanagiri. interest grew in having monks living locally on a more permanent basis. in the town Te Awamutu. three years later. Ill health caused a return to New Zealand for six months in 1979.

one is in dukkha (suffering). It is not perturbed by the events of the world. As long as aversion (anger. that mind is completely at ease and at peace. One must develop this Path. one does not cling to or resent anything in this world. fear. imperturbable.beyondthenet. One is fully detached.It is the acquisition of wisdom. Going beyond. to go beyond these nets. The net of greed. to harass the mind. hatred. "A DIALOGUE FOR INNER PEACE. a mind is not released. free of fear.BIT “MUSHY” BUT QUITE AUDIBLE MN 07 Vattupama sutta Part1 MN 07 Vattupama sutta Part2 MN 07 Vattupama sutta Part3 MN 07 Vattupama sutta Part4 MN 07 Vattupama sutta Part5 MN 07 Vattupama sutta Part6 MN 07 Vattupama sutta Part7 MN 08 sallekha sutta Part1 MN 08 sallekha sutta Part2 MN 09 Sammaditti Sutta Part1 MN 09 Sammaditti Sutta Part2 MN 09 Sammaditti Sutta Part3 MN 09 Sammaditti Sutta Part4 13 . resentment) springs up. enmity. that brings about this state of mind. Interesting. deep analysis. As long as one is in the net. It also means a mind that is released. As long as wrong views and ignorance springs up. The greater discourse on the lion’s roar. aversion and ignorance.BEYOND THE NET www. such a mind is not released. average 50 minutes. jealousy. one is released from all dukkha. SECURITY AND WISDOM" Inner peace and security means having a state of mind which is completely at peace and at ease. a mind is not released.As long as greed or lust springs up in a mind. nothing finds residence in the mind. the net of aversion and the net of ignorance. Fully understanding the true nature of things. Hence. It is then.When a mind is released from greed. Varying length talks.net "BEYOND THE NET" There are three nets to go beyond.Talks by Ven. hence fully secure. there is perfect peace. Being detached. Sound Quality:. Bhikkhu Bodhi.

beyondthenet.BEYOND THE NET www.net MN 09 Sammaditti Sutta Part5 MN 09 Sammaditti Sutta Part6 MN 09 Sammaditti Sutta Part7 MN 10 satipatthana sutta Part1 MN 10 satipatthana sutta Part2 MN 12 mahaseehanada sutta part 1 MN 12 mahaseehanada sutta part 2 MN 12 mahaseehanada sutta part 3 MN 12 mahaseehanada sutta Part 4 MN 12 mahaseehanada sutta part 5 MN 12 mahaseehanada sutta part 6 MN 12 mahaseehanada sutta part 7 MN 35 culasaccaka sutta Part1 MN 35 culasaccaka sutta Part2 MN 35 culasaccaka sutta Part3 14 .

such as regular teachings on Buddhism. plants. an English library and tapes. We have just completed building a meditation hall to accommodate the growing number of meditators. The Hollow Core Right action right concentration Right mindfulness Right speech Right view Stress 15 The criteria for truth The first noble truth The fourth noble truth . Buddhism and Science Nature of body nature or nurture No Self. Huts (kutis) are also being constructed so meditators may stay in the forest for practice. Dhammasala has a continually expanding library and tape collection as well. Dhammasala has purchased 28 acres of forest land. fox. wild flowers (including many native medicinal herbs) and animals. serving as a refuge for both animals and practitioners. THIS SITE NO LONGER SEEMS TO BE HOSTING THESE TALKS. about 20 minutes from East Lansing. planting native Michigan trees and shrubs. deer. raccoon.Dhammasala http://dhammasala. Great blue heron. pine forest. Some of the animals include. good selection on the Four Noble Truths. To help fulfill this aim. meditation instruction in twice weekly sessions. Pheasant. possum. Ruffed Grouse. Turkey. Average length 50 minutes. Wat Dhammasala is in the process of reforestation on some parts of the land. The birds species are too numerous to include all but one can see. We have in mind the wildlife and the meditators who will use the land for practice in a forest temple environment. There are now two meditation huts and a Native American tipi for use.) It arranges services for the benefit of the community. (See Directions. All teaching and instruction is in English. and woodchuck. Theravada Buddhism. The land is located near Perry. Pine and hardwoods have been planted to increase the forest area. There are well kept walking paths through these areas where one can enjoy the trees. SO YOU CAN’T GET THEM ANYWHERE ELSE FOLKS! Sound Quality:. as well as traditional Buddhist cultural activities. Red-tailed hawks. hardwood forest and wetland. American kestrel and numerous species of songbirds. Michigan at 14780 Beardslee Road. rabbits.VERY GOOD Dhammasala Forest Monastery has been established to encourage the teaching.org Very good talks. squirrels. The goal is to keep the area in as natural a state as possible and support the wildlife. practice and realization of the Dhamma (the Buddha's teaching) with special emphasis on classical. The land itself consists of areas which are open field.

dealing with the coarser hindrances Overview of the Hindrances Subtleties & Absorption. a forest monastery along the coast of Southern Thailand. 600 km from Bangkok. Santikaro. Contact & the Rest Upanisa Sutta. A forest training community inspired by Suan Mokkh. Excellent analysis and summaries of the Suttas. Sound Quality:. Tolerance.Liberation Park www.VERY GOOD Anatta all things are not self Alagaddupama Sutta (MN 22) Commentary Dhatuvibhanga Sutta (MN 140) Commentary Mahahatthipadopama Sutta (MN 28) Commentary Mahapunnama Sutta (MN 109) Commentary Santikaro's commentary Talks on the Anapanasati Sutta Anapanasati & the 4 Foundations of Mindfulness part 1 Anapanasati & the 4 Foundations of Mindfulness part 2 Anapanasati & the 7 Factors of Awakening part 1 Anapanasati & the 7 Factors of Awakening part 2 Khanti.org Founded by Ven.liberationpark. Although Buddhadasa Bhikkhu has passed away. dropping the finer hindrances Dependent Co-Origination Class A Note on Ignorance Basic Paticca-Samuppada Today Delineations of I. Endurance. It was founded in 1932 by Buddhadasa Bhikkhu and grew to become the most innovative and progressive Buddhist teaching center in Thailand. Transcendent Dependent CoOrigination 16 . Ignorant Contact Dependent Quenching. much of his work continues. Patience Learning & Antidoting.

Variable length talks.luangta. Anna Kondanna The 84.luangta www.(SOME VERY BAD) Calming the Citta with Panna Desana in London on the 10th of June 1974 Desana in London on the 17th of June 1974 Desana in London on the 18th of June 1974 Desana in London on the 19th of June 1974 Desana in London on the 20th of June 1974 Desana in London on the 21th of June 1974 Desana in London on the 9th of June 1974 Desana on the 18th of September 1962 Desanas given to Khun Pow-panga Difference between Study and Practice Dukkha and Dukkha-Vedana Dukkha. the five Kammatthana Exposition on the Buddha Four Satipatthanas Having Metta For Each Other Investigation of the Body Kilesas as Disturbances Looking always at the Heart Story of Ven. some up to 90 minutes! Sound Quality:.com Very deep analysis of Dhamma.MOST A BIT “MUSHY” BUT QUITE AUDIBLE.000 Dhammas 17 The Four Noble Truths The Four Requisites The Importance of Correct Behaviour The Majjhima Patipada The Ovada Patimokha The Story of Khun Pow-panga The World is Burning Watching the Cetasika Dhamma Ways of Investigation .

Although intended first and foremost as a monastic residence and training ground for monks. This aspiration became a reality when. The Breathing Through Daily Life Caring About Results Carrot & the Stick. The Cause & Effect Central Question. Very good talks on and around practise. the monastery would also serve as a retreat center for a small number of lay students to practice meditation and deepen their understanding of the Buddha’s teachings. Respect for Emptiness Ending Suffering Enjoying Meditation Ennobling Path. average length 14 minutes. a group of Thai and Laotian supporters in southern California.org Metta Forest Monastery grew from an aspiration expressed by Phra Ajaan Suwat Suvaco (Phra Bodhidhammacariya Thera) that America should have an international forest monastery in a tranquil setting devoted to the practice of the Buddha’s Dhamma and Vinaya. in the style of the Thai forest tradition of Phra Ajaan Mun Bhuridatta Thera (1870-1949). in 1990. When the land was purchased. the monastery received a royal kathina donation from Her Majesty. The Equanimity 2 Equanimity Exploring What You've Got Fear . Pala in Valley Center. At the end of the Rains.Metta Forest Monastery www. an American student donated the funds to purchase a 60 acre avocado grove along Muutama Lane at the foot of Mt. built temporary quarters for monks to stay on the land in time for the Rains: six Thais and one American. Sound Quality:.mettaforest. The 18 Challenging Standards Changing Your Mind Cleaning House Cleaning Up Inside Clearing Space Close to the Heart Compassionate Judgement Consistency Conviction in Kamma Customs of the Noble Ones Cutting Through Disturbances Decisions Desire for Happiness Dismantling the Self Distracting Thoughts Doing Meditation Emptiness. San Diego County. A Bearing Responsibility Lightly Being Still Body Contemplation Body Related Issues Break It Down Breaking Old Habits Breath Is Your Primary Experience. the Queen of Thailand. plenty of meditation instruction. California. Short and pithy.QUITE GOOD A Flammable Mind Above the World Accepting Yourself Adolescent Practice Advice to a New Monk Alertness Anchored by Skillful Roots Anger Ardency At Home in the Mind At the Door of the Cage Barriers in the Heart Basis in Well-being. together with monetary support from Thailand.

The Obsessive Thinking Of Past & Future One Step at a Time 2 One Step at a Time One with the Body Oppressed by Old Kamma Our Primary Responsibility Outside the Box Outside the Narratives Paving the World Pleasure & Pain Popularity Practice In-line with Dhamma Protected by the Practice Pure Happiness. The Firm Intention Five Hindrances. A Observer. Judgmental 2 Judicious vs. A Quiet in Every Way Rebel Without a Cause Relating to Results Relationships Renunciation Respect for Suffering Respect. A Harmony & Unity Heart of the Path. The Heedfulness Heightening the Mind Here to Learn How Not to Suffer Humility Imagine Insight in Concentration Interconnectedness Island in the Flood. The Friends in Death Friends with the Breath Generosity First Get Real Getting into the Present Getting Out of the Road Getting to Know the Breath Giving Weight to the Mind Good Meditation Happy New Year. Judgmental Just This Breath Karma Karma-ism Laying the Infrastructure Learning from the Breath Letting Go 19 Life Crises Lightening Our Burdens Limitless Thoughts Little Things. Confidence & Patience Right Effort Doesn't Mean Impatience Right Effort Right Inner Speech Right Learning Right Livelihood Right Now Right View Takes Over . A Fires of the Mind.org Fighting Attitude. The Noble Heart.Metta Forest Monastery www. The Looking Inward Love for the Dhamma Maintaining the Observer Making a Difference Making Inner Wealth Meditation Is Not Mechanical Mental Stirrings Meticulousness Mindfulness & Alertness Minding Your Own Business Mistakes Mixed Bag. An Judicious vs. The Focus Strengthens the Mind Four Frames of Reference. The Five Recollections.mettaforest. A No Need to Feed Nobility Noble Eight-fold Path. A Much Better Place.

The Thumbs. The When to Think Wide-open Awareness Working at Meditation World Is Swept Away. The Self-Reliance Sense of Well-being.db Total Fitness Workout. The Three Levels of Concentration.org Right Where You Are Rite of Passage. A Traveling Well True Goodwill True Honesty Tuning-in to the Breath Turning Inside Varieties of Mindfulness Walls of Ignorance. A Role of Attachment. A Setbacks Shelter of Mental Qualities. A Simplification Single-mindedness Six Properties.mettaforest. The Web of Breath.Metta Forest Monastery www. The Worlds 20 . The Skillful Intentions Stages of Breath Meditation Start Out Small Steadiness of Your Gaze Sublime Attitudes Super-sensitivity Surpassing Expectations Switching Tracks Take Care Testing Your Insights The Four Bases of Success 2 The Four Bases of Success The Three Characteristics Three Characteristics. A Well-thatched Roof. A What We Notice Wheel of Dhamma. The Routing Strong Emotions Samsara Samvega Scrupulous from the Start Security Seeds of Becoming.

org The Portland Insight Meditation Community is dedicated to the learning and practice of Insight Meditation and the Eightfold Path of the Buddha.New Orleans Anicca Body Sweeping. Practiced regularly. Insight Meditation. the awakening of wisdom. Robert Beatty is the founding and guiding teacher. At the heart of Insight Meditation is the practice of mindfulness. It has continued as a living practice for the past 2500 years. mindfulness meditation relieves stress. known in Asia as Vipassana. part 1 Body Sweeping. and nurtures the development of wisdom and compassion. the simple and systematic cultivation of the mind and heart. Interesting. feelings. Inner and Outer Violence Intimacy and the Breath of Life Introduction to Meditation 1 Introduction to Meditation 2(1) Introduction to Meditation 2 Karma Vipakka Cultivating Freedom Life of Buddha1 Life of Buddha2 On Death 2 On Death 3 On Death 4 On Death 5 On Death. With the assistance of Doug Pullin it has grown into a thriving community of support for formal practice and living a life of Dharma. It is the moment-to-moment investigation of the body.portlandinsight. has profound beneficial effects upon the body. Sound Quality:. Belief and Direct Experience Dukkha and Tsunamis Dukkha Establishing a Daily Practice Forgiveness Accepting the Past Gratitude Reflecting the Beauty of Life 21 Ideology. allows the healing of psychological and emotional wounds. and the manifestation of compassion. good dharma talks. and consciousness through calm and focused awareness. PIMC's purpose is to improve the lives of participants. their families and the greater community through meditative practice and a lifestyle that supports liberation from suffering. part 1 On Meditation Paradise Island Patience . The Portland Insight Meditation Community began in 1978 as the Portland Vipassana Sangha.GOOD A Beautiful Mind Acceptance and Change Anatta Anicca . part 2 (includes Q&A) Community 2 Community Concentration and Mindfulness Dogma. is one of the central teachings of the Buddha.The Portland Insight Meditation Community www.

and has been teaching at Insight Meditation Society in Barre since its inception in 1976. Not Self. He has studied with many teachers in Burma. part 2 The Four Noble Truths The Kalama's Dilemma What to Eat When God Dies You Are the Universe www. He is the founder and guiding teacher of the Portland Insight Meditation Community. Grasping Q&A Reverence for the Clear Mind Right Action Right Concentration Right Effort Right Livelihood Right Mindfulness Right Speech Right Thought Right Understanding Sickness Messengers to Inspire Practice The Four Ennobling Truths. His meditation training began in India in 1972. India and the US. is a Buddhist Dharma teacher and psychotherapist in private practice.The Portland Insight Meditation Community www. Ruth shared her life story and thoughts with Insight's editors while teaching at IMS in the fall of 1996. His primary lineage is through Ruth Denison who named him a Dharma successor in 1982.portlandinsight. Culture.org Precepts Foundations of Awakening Q&A 2 Q&A on Rebirth. California.com Robert Beatty LCSW. Ruth Denison is the founder and resident teacher of Dhamma Dena Desert Vipassana Center in Joshua Tree. She is the first generation of women teachers of vipassana in the West. 22 .robertbeatty. part 1 The Four Ennobling Truths.

org Tathagata Meditation Center – in San Jose.tathagata. They offer short-term retreats led by exceptional Burmese teachers who have trained for many years under Sayadaw U Pandita. some also on the long side (2 hours). Sound Quality:. very clear and detailed.Tathagata Meditation Center www. Very deep talks. That said.VERY GOOD Buddha Daily Activities Citta Visudhi (Purity of Mind . slightly accented. California.Concentration) Compassion Kathina Ceremony 2001 The Nine Qualities of The Buddha Special Retreat Fall 1998 Fall1998 1 Fall1998 2 Fall1998 3 Fall1998 4 Fall1998 5 Fall1998 6 Fall1998 7 Fall1998 8 Fall1998 9 In-Depth Class on Satipathana Sutta Dhamma Class 01Sati 8 23 02 02Sati 8 24 02 03Sati 8 25 02 04Sati 8 26 02 05Sati 8 27 02 06Sati 8 28 02 07Sati 8 29 02 08Sati 8 30 02 09Sati 8 31 02 10Sati 9 01 02 Special Retreat Fall 2000 Fall2000 1 Fall2000 2 Fall2000 3 Fall2000 4 Fall2000 5 Fall2000 6 Fall2000 7 Fall2000 8 Fall2000 9 23 .

.tathagata.org Special Retreat Spring 2002 UPannathami2002 01 UPannathami2002 02 UPannathami2002 03 UPannathami2002 04 UPannathami2002 05 UPannathami2002 06 UPannathami2002 07 UPannathami2002 08 UPannathami2002 09 UPannathami2002 10 UPannathami2002 11 UPannathami2002 12 UPannathami2002 13 UPannathami2002 14 UPannathami2002 15 The Rahula Sutta 1 Intro RahulaSutta 2 10 Q&A 3 AmbalatthikaRahulovada 4 AbhinhaRahulovada 5 RahulaSamyuta 6 MahaRahulovada1 7 MahaRahulovada2 8 CulaRahulovada 9 Advise Q&A Special Retreat Spring 2005 3 Kinds of Peace Part 2 3 Kinds of Peace 3 Kinds of Viriya Adhamma and Dhamma Aiming and effort Burn up the metal defilements Indolent Person Note in Suttanta Way Part 2 Note in Suttanta Way Open Ceremony .We are family Right and Wrong View Right View in Detail The Buddha's qualities The goal Two Characteristics Four Noble Truths Introduction Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 The Silavanta Sutta Benefits of a Stream Winner (continued) Benefits of Mindful Observations of Five Aggregates of Clinging Concealment of Three General Characteristics Faith or Confidence Five Aggregates of Clinging as Objects of Mindfulness Meditation Impermanent. Requirements for Five Aggregates of Clinging Observation Second-Stage Enlightenment or Once-Returner Third-Stage Enlightenment and Fourth-Stage Enlightenment 24 . Non-satisfactory and Non-self Nature of the Five Agg.Tathagata Meditation Center www..

The tradition is that of the Theravada school. he received upasampada as a bhikkhu. In 1985 the present property was most generously made available and in 1987. The senior monk. It became an official branch.GOOD Ageing Attachment And Letting Go Cultivation Giving How We Benefit From Meditation Kamma And The Abuse Of POWs Meditation And Fantasy Mindfulness Of Suffering NonSelf Purpose Of The Practice Refuges And Precepts The Aim Of Meditation The Fetters The Refuges And Precepts Vesakha Puja And The Four Noble Truths 25 War And Buddhism You Are On Your Own . After training and practising as a professional actor for some years. Very compassionate. Sound Quality:. In 1977 the Ajahn returned to the U. Mostly short talks.E. it was purchased by the Buddha-Dhamma Fellowship and formally offered to the Sangha of the Four Quarters. In 1984.org. present and to come. It is administered by the Buddha-Dhamma Fellowship who act as stewards of the Sangha. peaceful Buddhist monastery after the ascetic style of the forest monasteries of N. he moved to Banner Hill near Kenilworth and the Buddha-Dhamma Fellowship was formed.The Forest Hermitage www. the Venerable Ajahn Khemadhammo.foresthermitage. of Wat Nong Pah Pong in the province of Ubon in N. at the invitation of a group of Buddhist meditators that he'd been visiting monthly for some years.K. with considerable help from devotees in Thailand. in 1971 he travelled to Thailand via the Buddhist holy places in India. Thailand but set in the Heart of England. Venerable Ajahn Khemadhammo was born in England in 1944. with other monks and a lay-attendant reside here. the community of monks founded by the Buddha more than 2. no. and after staying in London and Birmingham set up a small monastery on the Isle of Wight. On the day before Vesakha Puja of that year.uk The Forest Hermitage This is a small. In December 1971 in Bangkok he became a novice and about a month later moved to Ubon to stay with Ajahn Chah at Wat Nong Pah Pong.500 years ago.E.158. average 15 minutes. Thailand in June of 1999. 1972.

Although individually they are fairly short. and meditation.46 to 10.213 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 11 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 2.VERY GOOD Buddhism in general Dana & Sila Kamma-Vipaka Mangala Sutta Four Ariyan Truth Life story of Buddha Gotama Misconceptions about Buddhism Five Agregates of Attachment Importance of the Buddha's Discourses How to practise Buddhism Dhamma in everyday life Buddhist Meditation Contradiction in Buddhism Kamma & Meat Eating Original & Traditional Buddhism Satisampajanna 26 30 Planes of Existence Meditation on SELF Majjhima Nikaya Pali Chanting 8 Worldly Conditions & Clearing Doubts Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 1.10 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 1." Comments Extensive site. Since the Vihara is not a meditation centre tailored to the needs of lay people.5 hours of group meditation.1 to 2.1 to 1. and also laymen and laywomen.21 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 10. Rather. The harmony of the Vihara is very important. and 1.61 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 10. perhaps one could say that it is run on an everyday retreat basis. without disputing.10 to 3.3 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 2.5 hour of Dhamma-Vinaya study and discussion.44 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 10. and residents should remember the advice given in the Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 31 on how to live "in concord.27 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 10.1 to 10. according to the original teachings of the Buddha.4 to 2. The subject matter is very deep looking as it does at the finer details of several suttas. blending like milk and water. when spliced together many are between 90 and 120 minutes long. and those training to be monks and nuns.17 to 10.29 to 10. it is not run on a weekly retreat basis. the daily schedule includes about 4.11 . This Vihara caters mainly to the residential community of monks and nuns.Vihara Buddha Gotama www. viewing each other with kindly eyes.org Introduction Vihara Buddha Gotama is a 15-acres forest monastery founded in 1998 mainly for the study and practice of the Buddha's discourses (suttas).63 to 10.vbgnet.11 to 1. with mutual appreciation. Thus. It is open to monks and nuns (maechees or anagarinis). 2 hours of work.12 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 3. Sound Quality:. all of these “files” are actually “zipped” folders containing several audio files.14 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 10. monastic discipline (vinaya).

5 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 6.3 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 5.17 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 4.25 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 5.3 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 4.4 to 5.1 to 4.1 to 7.6 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 4.19 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 4.8 to 3.8 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 8.12 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 4.21 to 4.7 to 7.10 to 4.20 to 5.4 to 4.14 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 5.20 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 4.Vihara Buddha Gotama www.9 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 6.3 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 8.7 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 3.6 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 3.15 to 5.2 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 8.19 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 5.2 to 3.1 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 8.5 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 3.org Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 3.4 to 3.3 to 9.18 to 4.17 to 5.6 to 5.10 to 5.8 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 7.4 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 7.7 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 5.7 to 8.8 to 5.5 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 5.16 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 5.9 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 9.13 to 4.2 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 9.9 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 4.vbgnet.6 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 8.12 to 3.5 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 7.2 to 6.3 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 3.4 lay buddhist practice Samattha & Vipassana what the buddha taught Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 5.1 to 5.6 to 6.4 to 8.6 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 7.16 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 3.7 to 4.27 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 4.3 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 6.4 to 6.9 Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 9.1 27 .

Part B Day 3. Freshen Up with Variety . Noble Eightfold Path Content of Mind.net Comments This no longer exists as a download site and. The Method for Jhana Day 1. these files are no longer available! I have not been able to find any other recordings of the late Ayya Khema and so these ones are absolute gems! The talks by Ajahn Brahm are excellent instructions into advanced meditation techniques including the Jhanas.Part A Day 6. mind contents Practice at home. The Four Focuses of Mindfulness .Part B Day 5. The Gatekeeper .Part B Day 9. as such. feeling 28 . Sharing merits Q & A Lovingkindness meditation 3 Q & A on Lovingkindness meditation 2 Q & A on Lovingkindness Meditation Q&A.Part B Day 6. A Travelogue through the Jhanas . Contemplation of the 4 Elements Contemplation Content of mind. A Travelogue through the Jhanas .Part A Day 8. Empowering your Meditation . 2nd & 3rd Jhanas.Part A Day 7. B. The Mirage of Self . Lovingkindness meditation (Forgiveness) Review of Foundations of Mindfulness discourse Sweeping Technique & Explanation Ayya Khema A. Freshen Up with Variety .Part B Day 7. 5 Hindrances Dukkha Factors of Enlightenment. Bringing it all back home .Part A Day 4. The Four Focuses of Mindfulness . Overcoming the Hindrances to Jhana Part B Day 3. 5 factors of meditation vs 5 hindrances Lovingkindness Meditation and Discourse Meditative absorptions . The Way of Serenity Day 2. Bringing it all back home . Mindfulness Jhanas (1&2).Part B Ayya Khema Cont. Insight & purification Calm & insight Charnel ground. Empowering your Meditation .Part A Day 4.WATTHAI NET http://watthai.Part B Day 8. 7 Factors of Enlightenment Content of Mind. Samadhi Contents of mind. The Mirage of Self . 4 Noble Truths Historical background of Suttas Introduction. Mindfulness. Overcoming the Hindrances to Jhana Part A Day 2. 5 Aggregates Mind states.fine material & formless Mind contents. Mindfulness The Gatekeeper .Part A Day 9. Lovingkindness meditation. Sound Quality:.Part A Day 5.GOOD/FAIR Ajahn Brahm Day 1. 6 sense bases.

WATTHAI NET http://watthai. K. Dr. Week 7 B Week 8 A Week 8 B Week 9 A Week 9 B Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Week 14 Anatta-lakkhana Sutta Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Vatthupama Sutta . Sri Dhammananda Nayaka Maha Thera Buddhist Concept of Heaven and Hell (a) Buddhist Concept of Heaven and Hell (b) Day 1.The Discourse on Effacement mn-8-01 mn-8-02 mn-8-03a Ven. The Method for Jhana Satipatthana Sutta Week 1 Week 2 A Week 2 B Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 A Week 6 B Week 7 A 29 .net Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi Adittapariyaya Sutta Background.The Simile of the Cloth Good Question. Good Answer 1 Week 1 Sallekha Sutta . Ajahn Yantra Amaro Beyond the Apparent Part 1 – Overcoming Obstacles with Meditation Part 2 – Overcoming Obstacles with Meditation Sammaditthi Sutta Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Ven. Discussion of the Sutta Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi Cont.

Fading Away.The Path 30 . . Joy Disenchantment. Release Faith Happiness Insight Reflection on What Has Been Eliminated Tranquility Concentration Series Concentration 1 Concentration 2 Concentration 3 Concentration 4 Concentration 5 Concentration Practice Concentration.audiodharma. 5 Hindrances (b) Concentration. Mindfulness. Huge site! Lots of talks by Gil Fronsdal. one of my favourites! Sound Quality:. Seperate sections of general talks by other speakers. Excellent. 5 Hindrances (a) Concentration. Vipassana Teachers Zen Teachers 12 Steps to Freedom Acknowledging Suffering Concentration Delight.org Audio Dharma The gift of the dhamma exceeds all other gifts. Each talk illuminates aspects of the Buddha's teachings. Feedback Concentration. Thoughts Introduction to Concentration . Zen and Vipassana teachers.Dhammapada This site is an archive of Dharma talks given by Gil Fronsdal and various guest speakers at the Insight Meditation Center since 2000.VERY GOOD 12 Steps to Freedom Concentration Series Gil Fronsdal Intermediate Mindfulness Introduction to Meditation Other Speakers Sati Center for Buddhist Studies Satipatthana Sutta Ten Paramis The Five Hindrances The Five Spiritual Faculties. The purpose is the same that the Buddha had for his teachings.Audio Dharma www. to guide us toward the end of suffering and the attainment of freedom.

Week 13 Satipatthana Sutta Q & A The Five Spiritual Faculties Concentration Effort Faith.Week 12 Satipatthana Sutta .Week 2 Satipatthana Sutta .The Bases for Success (Part 5) Living With the Devil (Part 1) Living With the Devil (Part 2) Living With the Devil (Part 3) Living With the Devil (Part 4) Right View (Part 1) Right View (Part 2) Right View (Part 3) Right View (Part 4) Right View (Part 5) 31 .Week 4 Ten Paramis Energy.Week 11 Satipatthana Sutta .Audio Dharma www.Week 6 Satipatthana Sutta .org Intermediate Mindfulness Intermediate Mindfulness .Week 4 The Five Hindrances Doubt Ill Will Introduction Restlessness Sensual Desire Sloth and Torpor Introduction to Meditation Introduction to Meditation . Discernment Right View (Part 6) Right View (Part 7) Zen Koans (Part 1) Zen Koans (Part 2) Zen Koans (Part 3) Zen Koans (Part 4) Zen Koans (Part 5) Zen Koans (Part 6) Zen Koans (Part 7) Sati Center for Buddhist Studies Iddhipada .audiodharma.Week 9 Satipatthana Sutta .The Bases for Success (Part 1) Iddhipada .Week 10 Satipatthana Sutta .Week 1 Introduction to Meditation . Vigor Equanimity Generosity Introduction Lovingkindness Patience Renunciation Resolve Truthfulness Virtue Wisdom Satipatthana Sutta Charnal Ground Meditations Satipatthana Sutta .Week 1 Intermediate Mindfulness .Week 3 Satipatthana Sutta .The Bases for Success (Part 4) Iddhipada .The Bases for Success (Part 2) Iddhipada .Week 5 Satipatthana Sutta .Week 4 Satipatthana Sutta .Week 3 Introduction to Meditation .Week 7 Satipatthana Sutta .Week 2 Intermediate Mindfulness .Week 3 Intermediate Mindfulness . Confidence Mindfulness Wisdom.The Bases for Success (Part 3) Iddhipada .Week 8 Satipatthana Sutta .Week 2 Introduction to Meditation .Week 1 Satipatthana Sutta .

Audio Dharma www. 2001 Beliefs 072201 Brahma Viharas 090901 Completeness. He is the primary teacher for the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City. He was ordained as a Soto Zen priest at the San Francisco Zen Center in 1982. California.D. Perfection 061001 Death Penalty Discussion 051401 Dedication of Merit. in Buddhist Studies from Stanford. Forgiveness 091601 Desire 070201 Fear 061701 Fear 061801 Feeling Complete 062101 Five Hindrances Forgiveness 052801 Guided Meditation On Breath 051701 Guided Meditation on Forgiveness 090601 Guided Metta Meditation 090601 Heart Sutra 052001 Heart Sutra 052101 How Have We Been Changed 092501 Independent Self 081301 Intention 053101 Intention and Karma 090201 Mental Noting 060301 Metta 090601 Practice For Self And Others 072901 Q&A 060401 Q&A 061401 Q&A 073001 Relating to People 093001 Response to World Events 091701 Simplicity 051301 Solitude and Aloneness 062801 SpiritualPractice 070101 The Breath 051701 VesakCeremony 050701 Wisdom 043001 Working With Fear 080201 2002 LoveFaith 051302 Vesak 051902 Solitude 052002 Effort 061602 Mindfulness Of Emotions 062202 Not Taking It Personally 062302 Buddhist Love 072802 Sacred Mind Dance 080102 Desire Plus Q and A 080402 Saying Yes Plus Q and A 080502 Being With What Is 080802 Guided Meditation 080802 Retreat Dynamics 081902 Desire 082202 Eightfold Path 082602 Upside Down Thinking 090102 Labor 090202 Learning To Love 090802 Reflections Q and A 091502 4 Noble Truths/4 Foundations of Mindfulness 091602 Intro1 Posture & Breath 091802 God 092302 Peaceful Mind 092902 The Self 093002 Intro3 Emotions 100202 32 . Gil was trained as a Vipassana teacher by Jack Kornfield and is part of the Vipassana teachers' collective at Spirit Rock Meditation Center.org Gil Fronsdal Gil Fronsdal Gil has practiced Zen and Vipassana since 1975 and has a Ph.audiodharma. the abbot of the Berkeley Zen Center. and in 1995 he received Dharma Transmission from Mel Weitsman. He has trained in both the Japanese Soto Zen tradition and the Insight Meditation lineage of Theravada Buddhism of Southeast Asia.

audiodharma.Audio Dharma www.org Gil Fronsdal Joy Peace Effort 100602 Noting 100702 Intro4 Thoughts 100902 Views Of Practice 101302 Making Progress 101402 Mindfulness Of Breathing 102002 Facing The Demons 103102 Wisdom Q and A 110302 Wisdom 111002 Pain 111102 Clear Comprehension 111702 Compassion 112402 Q and A 112502 SkillfulMeans 120102 SkillfulMeans 120202 Bowing 120902 Bowing2 121502 The Moons Always Full 121602 Generosity 122302 Assumptions1 Reflections 042802 Assumptions2 Faith 050502 Buddhist Romanticism Discussion 040102 Dharma Poetry 042202 Four Noble Truths 010602 Feeding Motivations 040603 The Paramis 040703 Q and A Enlightenment Anger 041003 Gratitude 042803 Anapanasati Sutra 050403 Zen Stories 052603 Karma 060103 Coolness And Questions 060203 Refuge Ceremony 060703 On Taking Refuge 060803 What Is Real 060903 Forest Practice 061603 Ethics 062203 Flavors Of The Dharma 062303 Menta lProliferation 071403 Guided Body Scan 071703 Mindful Of Body 071703 Ahimsa 072003 Silence 072103 Confidence 072403 Guided Meditation 072403 Process Of Transformation 080303 Ethics 080703 Guided Meditation 080703 8 Fold Path 081803 Questioning Sitting And Seeing 082403 7 Factors 083103 Compassion 090703 Death Penalty 101203 Halloween-Hungry Ghosts 102003 Not Knowing Mind 102603 Remembrance Of The Dead103003 Spiritual Friends 110203 Karma 110903 Equanimity 111603 Generosity 112303 Insight 113003 Practice Q and A 121403 Personalities 122103 Noting 122203 Int Mindfulness Wk3 111302 Int Mindfulness Wk4 112002 Investigation 031802 Karma 012002 Love 012802 Means Goals Metta 040702 Mindfulness Of Body 040602 Mindfulness Of The Breath 030902 Not Stopping 031102 33 2003 4 Noble Truths 010503 4 Noble Truths 010603 Intro1 010803 Mahapajapati 011303 Intro2 Physical Sensations 011503 Mahapajapati 011903 Fear 012003 Intro3 012203 Intro4 012903 Intro5 020503 Samsara 030203 Dying Part1 030503 Self Help 030903 Dying Part2 031203 Protection 031303 Non Violent Protest 031603 Love 031703 Healing Breath 032303 Attention 032703 Peace 033103 Walking Meditation 040303 .

Stream Entry.Part 2) Faith / Confidence Suzuki Roshi Foundations of Buddhist Spiritual Life Ethics and Generosity (Week 2) Choices Foundations of Buddhist Spiritual Life . Bodhichitta (Part 3) Immediacy Bottom Up View Nourishing the Inner Life Dharma In Nature World of Thoughts .Part 2) Effort Foundations of Buddhist Spiritual Life Love (Week 3 .audiodharma. Bodhichitta (Part 1) Refuge. Listening.Week 2 The Hindrances: Introduction .Week 1 Generosity Energy and Effort Strength The Paramis The Seven Factors of Awakening Buddha Nature Refuge.Guided Meditation Enduring 34 Mindfulness Foundations of Buddhist Spiritual Life Cultivation (Week 4 .Part 2) 2004 Peaceful Mind Lights In The Activities Of The Mind Renunciation and Ease Paramis: Renunciation The Hindrances: Doubt (6 of 6) Joy The Hindrances: Restlessness (5 of 6) The Hindrances: Sloth & Torpor (4 of 6) The Four Noble Truths (Part 1) The Four Noble Truths (Part 2) The Art of Questioning The Hindrances: Ill Will (3 of 6) The Five Faculties (Part 1) The Five Faculties (Part 2) The Paramis: Virtue The Hindrances: Sensual Desire (2 of 6) The Five Hindrances (Part 1) The Five Hindrances (Part 2) Leadership Qualities Halloween Dharma Thoughts . Bodhichitta (Part 2) Refuge.org Gil Fronsdal Purification 031002 Retreat Preparation 031702 Waking Up 030402 Solitude. Stream Entry.Part 1) Foundations of Buddhist Spiritual Life Love (Week 3 .Week 1 Thoughts .Part 1) Foundations of Buddhist Spiritual Life Cultivation (Week 4 .Audio Dharma www. Speaking The Three Grips of Self Joy Contentment 07/25/04 Contentment 07/19/04 Q&A .Teacher's Path/Intention Conflict Wisdom / Discernment Being Present Concentration Mindfulness Foundations of Buddhist Spiritual Life Letting Go (Week 5 .Part 1) Foundations of Buddhist Spiritual Life Letting Go (Week 5 . Stream Entry.

Audio Dharma www.Week 2 All Empty Five Conducive Qualities Intro to Meditation .Week 5 Buddhist Ethics See the Seen Intro to Meditation .Guided Meditation Commitment Gratitude Intro to Meditation .Week 3 Kalama Sutta Intro to Meditation .Week 4 Not Busy Trusting (first 10 minutes missing) Intro to Meditation .Part 2) Joy Denial Responding to the Moment Inclusive Heart Question and Answer Mindfulness of Breath Direct Experience Direct Experience .org Right Intention (Week 1 .audiodharma.Week 1 Beauty Punna The Four Noble Truths 35 .Part 1) Foundations of Buddhist Spiritual Life Right Intention (Week 1 .

audiodharma.org Talks by Vipassana Teachers Over 220 talks by 33 different teachers.Audio Dharma www. a wealth of experience! Ajahn Amaro Relating Vesak To Meditation Practice Metta The Self Andrew Getz Happiness Andrew Olendzki Grasping And The Creation Of Self Nature Poetry Ajahn Jumnien Daylong Teachings Ajahn Sundara Ajahn Prasert Four Noble Truths Guided Meditation Path Of Practice Guided Meditation Heart Of Practice Compassion Aspects Of Desire Intro Guided Meditation Untangling Q and A Untangling The Tangle Suffering And Its Cause The Truth Of Cessation And The Path Training The Heart On Being Monastic Cultivating Happiness Ayya Tathaaloka Where The Work Is Done Pt1 Where The Work Is Done Pt2 Diana Winston Emotion NoDistractions SociallyEngagedBuddhism Speed JudgementAndAcceptance DharmaAndMoney Uncertainty Greed Eric Kolvig Applying Dharma To World Tragedy Wisdom Living With Ease 36 .

Self The First Stage Of Enlightenment Insight Into Suffering Getting The Gist Of Practice Doubt The Threefold Bliss Taming Karmic Impulses Refuge In The Triple Gem Working With Difficult States Of Mind Reflection And Insight Contemplating Impermanence Guided Meditation _071402 Discerning With Regard To The Hindrances Fanning The Flame Of Goodness Guided Meditation _071802 Guided Meditation _072102 Intention A Simple Matter Of Choice Putting Down The Aggregates 072202 Enjoying Fruits Of Practice Guided Meditation _072502 Putting Down The Aggregates 072902 Resolve & Restraint John Travis Yama’s 3 Blessings Shares His Practice Grounded Heart Joseph Goldstein Afflictive Emotions_Intro Med Afflictive Emotions_Pt1 Afflictive Emotions_Pt2 Afflictive Emotions_QA Pt1 Afflictive Emotions_QA Pt2 Wisdom Compassion Larry Yang Anger Intention Mark Coleman Working Love And Practice Inquiry Renunciation Eugene Cash Anger Dharma Sexuality 1 Relax Release Relish 37 .audiodharma.org Talks by Vipassana Teachers Donald Rothberg Courage Difficult People 1 Difficult People 2 Effort Equanimity TheJourney Equanimity Howard Cohn Deciding From Conceit To Awakened Mind 4 Noble Truths. Here And Now James Baraz Open To Experience Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia Examining Meditation Practice Generosity Mindfullness Of The Body Feeling Tone Dealing With Conflict Craving.Audio Dharma www.SenseRealms.

.org Talks by Vipassana Teachers Leigh Brasington Guided Metta-Flower Garden Introduction-1st Jhana Jhanas 1-4 Jhanas QA 1 Jhanas QA 2 Guided Metta-Easy To Love Jhanas 5-8 Jhanas QA 3 Jhanas QA 4 Samannaphala Sutta Dependent Origination Anicca Right View_Pt1 Right View_Pt2 Right View_Pt3 Right View_Pt4 Right View_Pt5 Right View_Pt6 Right View_Pt7 Pa Auk Sayadaw Concentration Richard Shankman End of Suffering Intention And Motivation Dharma Intro 5 Hindrances .audiodharma..Audio Dharma www.Week 1 Mindfulness 5 Hindrances .Week 5 Sitting Breath Meditation Concentration_Wk1 Breath Meditation Mindfulness_Wk2 Breath Meditation Integration Of Concentration.Week 4 Intention For Practice 5 Hindrances .Week 2 5 Hindrances . Illness Long Retreat Reflections Whats Important To You Impermanence Happiness Dukkha Joys And Sorrows No Self On Having No Preferences Non Clinging Mary Orr Reconciling Buddhism & Other Religious Practices 4 Heavenly Messengers Refuge Noah Levine Practice As Rebellion Sally Clough Present Moment Against The Tide Seth Castleman Listening Matter Of Awareness Suffering And The End Of Suffering Brokenness To Wholeness 38 Robert Beatty Practice .Week 3 5 Hindrances .

audiodharma.The Bases for Success (Part 3) Iddhipada .The Bases for Success (Part 1) Iddhipada . Our Greatest Friend A Thoroughbred’s Meditation Mindfulness Of Body Mindfulness Of Feelings Mindfulness Of Mind Mindfulness Of ExperienceAsFunction Mindfulness Of Body Landscape Of Emotion Equanimity And Feeling The Nature Of Thought Solitude Tranquility And Insight_Wk1 Tranquility And Insight_Wk2 Metta Guided Meditation Practicing In Daily Life-Virtue Concentration Wisdom Beyond The Familiar Sharda Rogell Feeling Life Mahapajapati Desire Inner Safety Feeling Alive Shanti Soule Flow Of Meditation_Pt1 Flow Of Meditation_Pt2 This Sacred Life Thanissaro Bhikkhu Customs of the Noble Ones Holding On Buddhist Romanticism Questions.The Bases for Success (Part 2) Iddhipada .The Bases for Success (Part 5) Karma And Western Misunderstanding Emptiness_Pt1 Emptiness_Pt2 Emptiness_Pt3 Emptiness_Pt4 Emptiness_Pt5 Emptiness_Pt6 Emptiness_Pt7 Heedfulness Persistence In Practice Interdependence Tara Brach Radical Acceptance 39 .The Bases for Success (Part 4) Iddhipada . Not Self Determination Five Aggregates Guided Meditation Three Characteristics 4 Bases For Success Chant Happiness Iddhipada .org Talks by Vipassana Teachers Shaila Catherine Learning Living Without Enemies Solitude And Aloneness Sloth & Restlessness Effort & Non-Effort Connection Truth 3 Cravings Planning Desire For Enlightenment Effort And Diligence 5 Preconditions For Insight A Single Excellent Night Vipassana Is Insight Equanimity.Audio Dharma www.

rather than belief. 40 . to see through non-self is to have a sense of non-doership and a sense of non-posessorship while examining things. which is not an end in itself but a requirement for the second part.meditation. In Vipassana. unsatisfactoriness and lack of an inherent.meditation consists of the experiencial observation of mind and matter (nama and rupa) in their aspects of impermanence. the modes of seeing refers to focusing on those aspects of consciousness which appear to have (or not have) these characteristics. as in a-na-pa-na meditation. development of concentration. Vipassana. main. observation. With this concentrated mind. independent essence or self. lying.org Talks by Vipassana Teachers Sharon Salzberg Faith Metta Practice Retreat-Part 1 Metta Practice Retreat-Part 2 Metta Practice Retreat-Part 3 Metta Practice Retreat-Part 4 Wes Nisker Cynics In Recovery An Appreciation Vipassana meditation is a very simple. the meditation object is one's own consciousness. logical technique which depends on direct experience. experiential understanding of reality and also brings to the surface and dissolves deepseated complexes and tensions.audiodharma. controlling the mind. Some steps are described as Vipassana jhanas. It has three parts .Audio Dharma www. To see through the mode of unsatisfactoriness means to examine things as to whether they are satisfactory or are imbued with suffering. Put another way. To see through the mode of non-self means to examine things without the sense of clinging to the dharma. To see through the mode of impermanence means to examine things as to whether they are permanent.adherence to a moral code (abstaining from killing. In this context. the third. In other words. stealing. although it can be further refined to be one's consciousness while observing. or simply as knowledges. say. the breath. part of the technique is detached observation of the reality of the mind and body from moment to moment. This practice both develops a deep. sexual misconduct and intoxication).

Audio Dharma www. Alan Senauke Martin Luther King Jr Love Renunciation Dogens 4 Embracing Factors Blanche Hartman The Most Important Thing Freedom Zen Precepts Darlene Cohen Angie Boissevain How Is Our Practice Q & A. Meditation & Buddha's Life Devotion And Service Renewal TripToTaos Knowledge Relaxing In The Moment Nature Of Practice Attention Practice Not Taking That Which Is Not Given Fear Paramitas Generosity New Year New Center Generosity Greeting Mara Attitude Of Practice Global Suffering Finding Joy In The Heart Of Pain Anger Moving Through Suffering David Chadwick Perspectives On Practice Edward Brown Facets Of Self Frank Ostaseki Precepts For Being With Dying Arlene Lueck Views Fu Nancy Schroeder Daigan Lueck Wheel Of Life Enlightenment Of The Buddha 41 .org Talks by Zen Teachers Eighty plus discourses by thirty Zen speakers.audiodharma.

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" These teachings are in turn deeply rooted in the Buddhist textual tradition. that Zen is a way of life and not solely a state of consciousness. The history of Zen has also been closely connected to the development of several forms of martial arts. the Diamond Sutra. The body of Zen doctrine also includes the recorded teachings of masters in the various Zen traditions. the Lankavatara Sutra. particularly the Platform Sutra of Huineng. left behind a famous saying which had been the guiding principle of his life. D. the Heart Sutra. Zen is not primarily an intellectual philosophy nor a solitary pursuit. a life of labor. however. (Japanese: Hyakujo). Practicing with others is valued as a way to avoid the traps of ego. The heavy influence of the Lankavatara Sutra. has led to the formation of the "mind only" concept of Zen. Japanese Zen teachers have frequently pointed out. In response to this. Zen temples in Asia and Zen centers in the west emphasize meticulous daily practice. and hold monthly intensive meditation retreats. is not exactly a quietistic doctrine: the Chinese Chan master Baizhang (720-814 CE)." When Baizhang was thought to be too old to work in the garden.audiodharma. In explaining the Zen Buddhist path to Westerners. most notably Judo in Japan and Kung Fu in China.Audio Dharma www. "A day without work is a day without eating.org Talks by Zen Teachers Paul Haller Sila Death Heart Of Practice Life And Practice Dharma Happens with Haiku Bearing Witness Dharma In Northern Ireland Inquiry Engaging Life Fully Tony Patchell Koans Yvonne Rand Presence Wendy Johnson Trees Zen teachings and practices Zen teachings often criticize textual study and the pursuit of worldly accomplishments. a life of prayer and gratitude. his devotees hid his gardening tools.T. saying "No working. 43 . and a life of meditation. drawing primarily on Maha-ya-na sutras composed in India and China. a chapter of the Lotus Sutra. a life of service. Zen. moreover. and the Samantamukha Parivarta. in particular. no living. in which consciousness itself is recognized as the only true reality. concentrating primarily on meditation in pursuit of an unmediated awareness of the processes of the world and the mind. the master then refused to eat. Suzuki wrote that the aspects of this life were: a life of humility.

audiodharma. a special treat are the talks by Stephen Batchelor.Week 1 Emotions .Audio Dharma www.Week5 Joy Light and Dark Loss Love New Year.Week 2 Five Hindrances Four Heavenly Abodes Hindrances Intro to Meditation . Andrea Fella Walking Meditation Feeling Tone In Experience Shares Her Practice Aversion A Journey With Metta Four Noble Truths Week 1 Four Noble Truths Week 2 Four Noble Truths Week 3 Four Noble Truths Week 4 Present Moment And The Power Of Choice Patience Thoughts Introduction To Mindfulness Wk1 Pt1 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk1 Pt2 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk1 Pt1 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk1 Pt2 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk2 Pt1 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk2 Pt2 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk2 Partial Introduction To Mindfulness Wk3 Pt1 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk3 Pt2 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk3 Pt1 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk3 Pt2 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk4 Pt1 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk4 Pt2 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk4 Pt1 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk4 Pt2 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk5 Pt1 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk5 Pt2 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk5 Pt1 Introduction To Mindfulness Wk5 Pt2 The Feeling Tone Practicing Happiness Barbara Gates Neighborhood Inquiries Berget Jelane Ahimsa (Non Harming) Anger Aversion Beauty 060604 Beauty 071504 Intention Dharma Is Service Interdependence Emotions .org Talks by Other Speakers A nice mixed bag of talks. New Center Nothing Bad Ever Happened Seeing the Judge Silence The Paramis Why Practice Beth Goldring An Ordinary Life Delusion Happiness 44 .

Buddha Nature Intro to Meditation .Week5 Paramis (Patience) Presence with Suffering Steady and Steadfast The Paramis .org Talks by Other Speakers Betsy Rose Chris Clifford Hindrances. Aversion Mindfulness Qualities Right Effort Bill Weber Impermanence Carolyn Dille Emotion Four Noble Truths Human Nature .Week 2 The Paramis . Doubt Investigation Way Seeking Talk Dharma Songs-Pt1 Dharma Songs-Pt2 The Heart and Soul of Parenting (Part 1) The Heart and Soul of Parenting (Part 2) Don Johnson Anatta Brahma Viharas Death Gradual Training Hindrances.Audio Dharma www.audiodharma.Week 1 The Paramis .Week 3 The Paramis . Restlessness & Anxiety Noncontentiousness Faith Cheryll Gasner Healing With The Five Faculties Way Seeking Talk 45 .Week 4 Why Practice Donald H. Flaxman Five Precepts Generosity 1 Generosity 2 Generosity 3 Precepts The Four Noble Truths The Second Noble Truth Douglas Harding Headlessness and the Single I Charlie Johnson Acceptance Cheryl Hylton Mindfulness Of Feelings Heavenly Messengers Concentration Evan Kavanagh Sacred Present Moment Ines Freedman Determination And Motivation Hindrances.

org Talks by Other Speakers Hugh MacMillan Fear Four Noble Truths 1 Four Noble Truths 2 Four Noble Truths Hindrances.(Part 2) What Is This .audiodharma.(Part 3) Joanna Macy Sarvodaya Benefit (Part 1) Sarvodaya Benefit (Part 2) Matt McNeil Refuge Settling 46 . Greed Mindfulness Of Body Prison Project Shares His Practice Thanksgiving Working With Mind Sets Jim Podolske Faith Fear Hindrances. Sloth and Torpor Mindfulness Of Activity Our Practice Right Effort Shares His Practice The Paramies Wisdom Fred Luskin Forgiveness Kim McLaughlin Five Hindrances Right Speech Maria Straatmann Jim Bronson Awareness Dark Time Reflections Effort Fearlessness Greed Heart Intuitive Living Cultivation Happiness Liberation Luminous Moments The Body Three Wise Men from the East Holding Pain Intention Mudita Karuna Metta Mark Abramson Guided Meditation Healing.Audio Dharma www. Peace Practice Martine Batchelor Creative Engagement What Is This .(Part 1) What Is This .

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1991 are by Sangharakshita, thereafter talks are by over fifty other members of the FWBO. I have chosen to list the talks by Year Date as the site is still being built and talks from 2006 are in still in short supply. This method also makes updating a lot easier. I’ve also left the file indexes at the beginning of the talk names to make it easier to request a talk. Sound Quality:- VERY GOOD 19 The Approach to Buddhism 20 Buddhism in England 21 Evolution - Lower and Higher 22 The Buddha - Man or Superman 23 The Buddha, God, and Reality 24 The Dynamics of Being 25 The Texture of Reality 26 Nirvana 27 The Mystery of the Void 28 The Stages of the Spiritual Path 29 The Spiritual Community 30 The Pattern of Buddhist Life and Work

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His Reincarnations 58 Monks and Laymen in Buddhist Tibet 59 Symbols of Tibetan Buddhist Art 60 The Four Foundation Yogas of the Tibetan Buddhist Tantra 61 Tibetan Buddhist Meditation 62 The Future of Tibetan Buddhism 1970 32 Karma and Rebirth 83 How Consciousness Evolves 84 From Alienated Awareness to Integrated Awareness 85 Individuality.Right Meditation 55 How Buddhism Came to Tibet 56 Schools of Tibetan Buddhism 57 The Dalai Lama . Nietzsche. the Higher Consciousness .Right Livelihood 52 The Conscious Evolution of Man .com 44 Psycho-Spiritual Symbolism in the Tibetan Book of the Dead 45 The Mandala .Right Understanding 48 Reason and Emotion in the Spiritual Life Right Resolve 49 The Ideal of Human Communication .the Point of No Return 81 The Cosmic Significance of the Bodhisattva Ideal 82 Buddhism.Eternity and Time 74 The Diamond Sutra 75 Evolution . True and False 86 The Question of Psychological Types 87 Meditation Versus Psychotherapy 88 The Problem of Human Relationships 89 The Individual and the Spiritual Community 90 Is a Guru Necessary 1971 100 Five Element Symbolism and the Stupa 101 The Jewel in the Lotus 102 The Archetype of the Divine Healer 91 The Individual.Free Buddhist Audio www.freebuddhistaudio.Lower and Higher 50 1972 103 The Symbolism of the Tibetan Wheel of Life 104 The Tantric Symbolism of the Stupa 105 The Symbolism of the Sacred Thunderbolt 106 The Symbolism of the Cosmic Refuge Tree and the Archetypal Guru 107 The Symbolism of the Cremation Ground and Celestial Maidens .Tantric Symbol of Integration 46 Zen and the Psychotherapeutic Process 73 The Heart Sutra 76 The Axial Age and the Emergence of the New Man 77 Art and the Spiritual Life 78 Religion . the Group.Right Action 51 The Ideal Society .Right Effort 53 Levels of Awareness .Ethnic and Universal 79 Buddhism and the Path of the Higher Evolution 80 Stream Entry . and the Community 94 Evolution or Extinction .Current World Problems 95 The Universal Perspective of Mahayana Buddhism 96 The Drama of Cosmic Enlightenment 97 Transcending the Human Predicament 98 The Myth of the Return Journey 99 Symbols of Life and Growth 1969 63 Breaking Through into Buddhahood 64 The Heroic Ideal in Buddhism 65 The Origin and Development of the Bodhisattva Ideal 66 The Awakening of the Bodhi Heart 67 The Bodhisattva Vow 68 Altruism and Individualism in the Spiritual Life 69 'Masculinity' and 'Femininity' in the Spiritual Life 70 On the Threshold of Enlightenment 71 The Bodhisattva Hierarchy 72 The Buddha and the Bodhisattva .Right Speech 50 The Principles of Ethics .Right Mindfulness 54 Samadhi. and the Superman 1968 01 Who is the Buddha 02 The Meaning of the Dharma 03 The Sangha or Buddhist Community 36 The Psychology of Buddhist Ritual 47 The Nature of Existence .

and Enlightenment 129 Buddhist Economics 130 The Moral Order and its Upholders 131 A Method of Personal Development 132 A Vision of Human Existence 133 The Nucleus of a New Society 134 A Blueprint for a New World 137 Levels of Going for Refuge 1983 156 Between Twin Sala Trees 158 The Launching of the New Mitrata 159 The Bodhisattva Principle 160 The Ex-Untouchable Indian Buddhists 1984 161 The Ten Pillars of Buddhism 162 Buddhism. Man. Jerome Revisited 1985 P04 The Caves of Bhaja 1986 166 Buddhist Dawn in the West 167 Discerning the Buddha P01 Conquering New Worlds 1987 168 Twenty Years on the Middle Way 169 The Buddhas Victory 1978 135 A System of Meditation 136 A Vision of History 1988 170 The Next Twenty Years 171 The History of My Going for Refuge 51 1979 . World Peace. Male and Female 111 Padmasambhava .Tantric Guru of Tibet 112 The Way to Enlightenment 113 The New Man Speaks 114 The Word of the Buddha 115 The Meaning of Parinirvana 138 Authority and the Individual in the New Society 139 The Taste of Freedom 140 The Individual and the World Today 141 Western Buddhists and Eastern Buddhism 142 Commitment and Spiritual Community 144 Building the Buddha Land 145 On Being All Things to All Men 146 The Transcendental Critique of Religion 147 History Versus Myth in Mans Quest for Meaning 148 The Way of Non-Duality 149 The Mystery of Human Communication 150 The Four Great Reliances 151 Padmasambhava Talk 1974 118 The Path of Regular Steps and the Path of Irregular Steps 1975 119 Enlightenment as Experience and as Non-Experience 120 The Ideal of Human Enlightenment 121 What Meditation Really Is 122 The Meaning of Spiritual Community 1982 152 A Case of Dysentry 153 A Wreath of Blue Lotuses 154 Dimensions of Going for Refuge 155 Fidelity 157 India Talk 1976 123 The Growth of a Mahayana Sutra 124 The Bodhisattvas Dream 125 The Spiritual Significance of Confession 126 The Protectors of the Dharma 127 Buddhism and Culture 128 Nature.freebuddhistaudio.com 108 The Symbolism of Offerings and Self-Sacrifice 109 The Symbolism of Colours and Mantric Sound 110 The Symbolism of the Five Buddhas.Free Buddhist Audio www. and Nuclear War 163 The Journey to Il Convento 164 St.

Full Leadthrough M11A The Metta Bhavana .Beauty as a Gateway to Wisdom OM446 Getting It OM468 Death and the Buddhist 1995 186 Great Buddhists of the 20th Century 52 . Emotion.Introduction and Guidance Through the Stages M10B The Mindfulness of Breathing .Short Lead-through 1996 P03 An Autobiographical Sequence of Poems 1991 173 The Message of Dhardo Rimpoche 174 The Five Pillars of the FWBO 175 Dilgo Khyentse Rimpoche P05 The Cave 187 Intellect.a Little Way OM413 Confession as a Path to Transcendental Insight 1993 179 Wisdom Beyond Words 180 Fifteen Points for Old and New Order Members 1994 181 The Rain of the Dharma 182 Fifteen Points for Buddhist Parents 183 The Disappearing Buddha 184 The Twenty-Four Nidanas 185 The Transcendental Eightfold Path 2000 195 The Headship of the Order OM435 Asking and Giving OM439 Ethics OM445 Crossing the Rainbow Bridge .com 1990 172 My Relation to the Order 176 My Eight Main Teachers P02 Hercules and the Birds M10A The Mindfulness of Breathing .Introduction and Basic Tools M11B The Metta Bhavana .Free Buddhist Audio www.Short Lead-through M10C The Mindfulness of Breathing .freebuddhistaudio.Full Lead-through M11C The Metta Bhavana . and Will 188 Extending the Hand of Fellowship 1997 189 Reflections on Going Forth OM366 Amitabha 1992 DE01 The Meaning of Friendship in Buddhism DE02 The Integration of Buddhism into Western Society OM150 Leadthrough of the Six Element Practice OM151 Lead-through of the Going for Refuge and Prostration Practice 1999 190 A Life for the Dharma 191 Standing on Holy Ground 192 Looking at the Bodhi Tree 193 Communicating the Dharma 194 Looking Ahead .

com OM710 Understanding Karma and Buddhist Ethics S01 Readings from the Pali Canon OM571 The Sangrahavastus (Talk 4) Arthacarya in Chapters OM572 The Sangrahavastus (Talk 5) .Dana in Chapters OM570 The Sangrahavastus (Talk 3) . Disasters and DeadEnds on the Spiritual Quest OM554 Cherish the Doctrine OM557 With Loyalty to My Teachers & In Harmony with Friends and Brethren OM558 For the Attainment of Enlightenment & For the Benefit of All Beings OM560 The Six Distinctive Emphases of the FWBO .Samanarthata in Chapters OM576 Opening the Great Gates .Mitra Ceremony IND20 Wardha Talk IND21 Amravati Talk IND22 Amravati Youth Talk IND23 Badnera Talk IND67 Chanting .Talk 7 IND08 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2003 .Talk 3 IND04 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2003 .Doorways to Liberation OM586A Life Inside the Burning House .Priyavadita in Chapters .Pouring Forth From Stillness OM549 Amoghasiddhi .Talk 1 IND12 Dhammakranti Retreat 2003 .Talk 3 IND14 Dhammakranti Retreat 2003 .Talk 2 IND03 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2003 .Talk 10 IND11 Dhammakranti Retreat 2003 .Q & A Session IND18 Dhammakranti Retreat 2003 .Talk 4 IND05 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2003 .Dhamma Revolution OM545 Entering the Mandala OM546 Akshobya OM548 Amitabha .A World with the Buddha OM760 Energy At Its Most Abundant 2001 196 Footsteps of Delight BH08 Launch of The Buddhist Vision and the Dhammapada OM473 Awake to the Cries of the World OM487 Encounters with Enlightenment OM491 15 Points for Friendship OM492 Duties of Friendship in Buddhism OM506 The Root of Good OM507 Changing Hatred to Compassion OM523 Becoming a Citizen of the Present OM541 Concepts.Talk 5 IND06 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2003 . Symbol and Dharma as Sambhogakaya OM543 Dr Ambedkar .To Shop or Not to Shop OM569 The Sangrahavastus (Talk 2) .Pitfalls.The Lord of the Midnight Sun OM768 Anatta Made Simple 2003 IND01 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2003 Talk 1 IND02 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2003 .Talk 9 IND10 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2003 .A World Without the Buddha OM586B Escape from the Burning House .Talk 2 IND13 Dhammakranti Retreat 2003 .Talk 8 IND09 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2003 .freebuddhistaudio.Ecumenical and Unified OM565 A System of Spiritual Development OM566 Creating Sangha and Changing the World OM567 Dhardo Rimpoche and the Bodhisattva Tradition OM568 The Sangrahavastus (Talk 1) .Talk 6 IND07 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2003 .Free Buddhist Audio www.Talk 6 IND17 Dhammakranti Retreat 2003 .Talk 4 IND15 Dhammakranti Retreat 2003 .Talk 5 IND16 Dhammakranti Retreat 2003 .Indian Style OM611 Cutting Away the Old OM613 The Diamond Sutra 53 2002 197 The Six Distinctive Emphases of the FWBO 198 Fields of Creativity Here Be Dragons .

Conclusion IND29 Know Your Mind Retreat 2004 .Talk 3 OM623 Breaking the Mould OM636 Dying to Live OM645 Being an Individual Within a Collective Practice OM659 Rambles Around the Yogachara 1 OM660 Rambles Around the Yogachara 2 OM661 Rambles Around the Yogachara 3 OM662 Rambles Around the Yogachara 4 OM676 Vajrapani .Talk 2 IND32 Know Your Mind Retreat 2004 .Talk 4 IND34 Know Your Mind Retreat 2004 .Talk 8 IND56 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2004 .Talk 9 IND57 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2004 .Talk 10 IND58 Raipur Talk IND62 Hinganghat Talk IND66 Six Element Practice Lead-through OM663 Simplicity OM668 Eight Verses for Training the Mind 1 OM669 Eight Verses for Training the Mind 2 OM670 Eight Verses for Training the Mind 3 OM671 Eight Verses for Training the Mind 4 OM678 Mantras of the Five Consorts OM681 Training in the Six Paramitas .Talk 5 IND35 Know Your Mind Retreat 2004 .Talk 2 IND50 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2004 .Bodhicitta Practice Introductory Talk IND30B Know Your Mind Retreat 2004 .Talk 1 IND30A Know Your Mind Retreat 2004 .Talk 3 IND33 Know Your Mind Retreat 2004 .com OM622A Diversity in the Western Buddhist Order .Free Buddhist Audio www.freebuddhistaudio.Talk 1 IND49 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2004 .Bodhicitta Practice Lead-through IND31 Know Your Mind Retreat 2004 .Talk 7 IND55 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2004 .Virya Paramita .The Perfection of Energy OM685 Training in the Six Paramitas .Kshanti Paramita .the Perfection of Generosity 54 OM765 Anapanansati 2003 (Part 5) OM767 Anapanasati 2003 (Web Extras) 2004 IND19 Dhammakranti Retreat 2003 .Talk 3 IND51 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2004 .Q & A Session IND36 Know Your Mind Retreat 2004 .Talk 1 OM622C Diversity in the Western Buddhist Order .Dana Paramita .Samadhi .Energy Unlimited OM761 Anapanansati 2003 (Part 1) OM762 Anapanansati 2003 (Part 2) OM763 Anapanansati 2003 (Part 3) OM764 Anapanansati 2003 (Part 4) IND44 Thane Youth Talk IND45 Nashik Talk IND46 Goa Talk (Invited Programme) IND47 Goa Talk (General Programme) IND48 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2004 .The Perfection of Patience OM684 Training in the Six Paramitas .The Essence of Ethics OM686 Training in the Six Paramitas . the Practice and the Fruit OM682 Training in the Six Paramitas .Shila Paramita .Talk 5 IND53 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2004 .Talk 4 IND52 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2004 .The View.Prajna .On the Arising of the Bodhicitta OM683 Training in the Six Paramitas .Conclusion IND37 Thane Talk IND38 Dombivli Talk IND39 Vashi Talk IND40 Naigaon Talk IND41 Ambernath Talk IND42 Ulhasnagar Talk IND43 Kandivali Talk .Talk 6 IND54 Following in the Footsteps of Dr Ambedkar 2004 .

The Bliss Bestowing Hands of the True Individual OM707 First Love OM708A Freedom OM708B Living OM709 The Sound of Reality OM711 Our Work as Teachers and Practitioners OM713 How We See the World OM714 The Diamond Sutra 1 OM715 The Diamond Sutra 2 OM716 The Diamond Sutra 3 OM717 The Diamond Sutra 4 OM718 The Diamond Sutra 5 OM719 The Diamond Sutra 6 OM720 The Diamond Sutra 7 OM721 The Diamond Sutra 8 OM722 The Diamond Sutra 9 OM723 The Diamond Sutra 10 OM724 All One Gorgeous Mistake 55 OM750 The Tibetan Book the Dead. Deep Dharma OM728 Shinran and Kabat-Zinn OM729 Buddhism and Quantum Physics OM730 Learning from Tibetan Buddhism .Entering Through Your Practice OM702 Zen Masters 5 .freebuddhistaudio. Talk 1 . Meditation.Deep Ecology.Remixed OM755 The Tibetan Book of the Dead (Talk 6) Akshobya and Ratnasambhava OM756 The Tibetan Book of the Dead (Talk 7) Amitabha and Amoghasiddhi OM757 The Tibetan Book of the Dead (Talk 8) The Wise and Glorious King Q01 An Evening with Sangharakshita .a Personal Account OM731 Buddhism and Ecology OM732 Buddhism and Non-Violent Communication (NVC) OM733 Dr Ambedkar and the Dhamma Revolution OM736 Blazing Loving Kindness Guru OM741 The Transitoriness of Life and the Certainty of Death OM742 Karma and the Consequences of Our Actions OM743 The Defects and Dangers of Samsara OM747A Doubt as Hindrance OM747B Doubt as Path 2005 IND59 Nagpur 2005 .Talk 1 Death and Desire OM690 Introducing the Great Love OM693 Love Your Enemy OM695 Standing on Emptiness .the Heart of the Matter OM725 Violence and Emptiness OM727 Buddhism and the Natural World .Talk 1 IND60 Warud Talk IND61 Nagpur 2005 .Free Buddhist Audio www.View. Birth and Death OM700 Zen Masters 3 .The Six Bardos OM751 The Tibetan Book of the Dead (Talk 2) On Hell and Hungry Ghosts OM752 The Tibetan Book of the Dead (Talk 3) On Jealous Gods and Animals OM753 The Tibetan Book of the Dead (Talk 4) On Gods and Men OM754 The Tibetan Book of the Dead (Talk 5) The Six Bardos .The Tiger's Cave OM699 Zen Masters 2 . and Action OM697 Touching the Void OM698 Zen Masters 1 .Wall Gazing OM701 Zen Masters 4 .Talk 2 Love and Desire OM705 Zen Masters 8 .Mahasattva Fu Expounds the Scripture OM703 Zen Masters 6 .Great Doubt OM725 Compassionate Koans .Talk 2 IND63 Chandrapur Talk IND64 Yavatmal Talk OM634 Mindfulness as Sadhana OM689 The Great Love .com OM688A Initiation into the Alchemy of Love OM688B The Great Love . Hakuin.The Intimate Mind OM704 Zen Masters 7 .The Buddha.

11.02.03 Jim Wilson (Bodichitta) 2003.29 Robina Courtin (Karma) 2001.20 Jim Wilson (Home Altars) 2002.00 Cathleene Williams 2001.09. It is a forum that brings together the diverse Buddhist traditions to address the spiritual concerns of Gay men in the San Francisco Bay Area.11. and the world.GOOD but slightly hissy echo 1996.03.05.10 Diana Elrod (Nichiren) 2003.03.09 Sean Hargens (Integral Studies) 2003.27 Losang Monlam (Guided Meditation) 2003.08.01 Jim Wilson (The Three Jewels pt2) 56 2003.02.06.31 Eugene Cash (Paradox) 2002.10 Robina Courtin (Learning the Mind) 1999.20 Donald Rothberg (Embracing Paradox) 2003.07.00.05.02 Jim Wilson (Dependent Origination) 2002.10. the United States.21 Roger Corless (The Person Known as Buddha) 2003.07.16 Cathleen Williams (Reactivity) 2003.24 Diana Elrod (Nichiren tradition) 2002.05.24 Donald Rothberg (Judgement) 2002.05 Jim Wilson (On.03.Gay Buddhist Fellowship http://gaybuddhist.31 Scott Hunt (Faith) 2002.05.13 Scott Hunt (Self Care) 2002. Interesting talks tending to highlight the “personal” experience of Dharma.06.12.11.14 Eugene Cash (Identity) 2001.06 Jim Wilson (Dharma Contemplations) 2003.24 Diana Elrod (Nichiren tradition) 2002.14 Darlene Cohen (Sexuality) 1999. Sound Quality:.02 Jim Wilson (Right Intention) 2002.07.05.25 Roger Corless (Self Power Practice) 2002.04.05 Jim Wilson (Five Precepts) 2002. Joy) 2002.07.12 Darlene Cohen (Paradox) 2000.01 Jim Wilson (Bodichitta pt2) 2003. Robina Courtin’s talk on Karma.25 Phillip Moffit (the Dharma and Tennesse Williams) 2003.05 Jim Wilson (The Deathless) 2003.10.The Spiritual Teacher) .01.03.21 Jayamati (India) 2002. Jim Wilson (Questions.22 GBF Taking Refuge Ceremony 2002.09.04.07.06.02 Jim Wilson (Dharma Overview) 2003.09 Roger Corless (Buddhism in Daily Life) 2003.10.08. Despite the “mission statement” some of the best talks are by the female guest speakers eg.14 Carol Newhouse (Personality and the Abidhama) 2003.03.14 Sean Hargens (Bhutan) 2002.21 Sozan Shellin (Depression) 2002.06.18 Sean Hargens (Bhutan slides) 2002.27 Justin Hecht (Burma & Bhutan) 2002.10.03.01.23 Eugene Cash 2003.10.09 Roger Corless (Buddhism and Sex) 2002.09.17 Sean Hargens (Ken Wilbur) 2002.06 Wes Nisker 2002.17 Paul Ryder (Evil) 2003.03.11 Noah Levine (Dharma Punx) 2003.09.11.09.08.12.org The Gay Buddhist Fellowship supports Buddhist practice in the Gay men’s community.06 Jim Wilson (Spiritual Teachers) 2003.29 Bill Weber (Freedom and Liberation) 2002.14 Bill Weber (Taking Refuge) 2003.06.07.08.03.03 Jim Wilson (The Three Jewels pt1) 2002.08.02. GBF’s mission includes cultivating a social environment that is inclusive and caring.22 Roger Corless (The Pure Land) 2003.02.03.08 Diana Elrod (Earthly Desires) 2003. Comments) 2003.04.04.18 Tony Richardson (Somatics) 2000.15 Carol Newhouse (Metta.19 Carol Newhouse (Vipassana) 2002.02 Jim Wilson (The Fourth Noble TruthThe Path) 2003.03.

05.11 Noah Levine (Dharma Punx) 2003.03.21 Jayamati (India) 2002.11.14 Noah Levine (Spiritual Powers) 2004.09 Roger Corless (Motherly Aspects of the Dharma) 2004.01 Jim Wilson (The Three Jewels pt2) 2003.13 Scott Hunt (Self Care) 2002.04.08.07.12 David Holmes (The Feeling Buddha) 2003.02 Jim Wilson (Right Intention) 2002.06 Jim Wilson (Spiritual Teachers) 2003. Jim Wilson (Questions.08 Don Weipart (Prisoners) 2004.02.31 Eugene Cash (Paradox) 2002.00.06.11.03.06.04.03.09.22 Steve Peskind (Aversion & Attachment)(1) 2004.09 Roger Corless (Buddhism in Daily Life) 2003.12.07 Losang Monlam (Death) 2004.12.11 Blanche Hartman (Gratitude) 2004.25 Phillip Moffit (the Dharma and Tennesse Williams) 2003.07 Roger Corless (Enemies and Friends) 2003.14 Carol Newhouse (Personality and the Abidhama) 2003.05.20 Donald Rothberg (Embracing Paradox) 2003.06.11.30 Losang Monlam (Exchanging Self for Others) 2003.03 Jim Wilson (Bodichitta) 2003.01.18 Darren Main (Yoga and Buddhism) 2004.03.10.09 Sean Hargens (Integral Studies) 2003.08.10.11.06 Tempel (Burma) 2004.29 Larry Yang 2004.22 Ji-Sing 2004.21 Roger Corless (The Joy of the Dharma) 2004.14 Mark Johnson (Taoism) 2003.11. Comments) 2003.The Spiritual Teacher) 2003.17 Furyu Nancy Shroeder (The Passion of the Christ) 2004.04.10.18 Sean Hargens (Bhutan slides) 2002.03.09.05.09.14 Darlene Cohen (Sexuality) 1999.24 Diana Elrod (Nichiren tradition) 2002.11.07.29 Bill Weber (Freedom and Liberation) 2002.25 Roger Corless (Self Power Practice) 2002.22 GBF Taking Refuge Ceremony 2002.11.03.07.06.02.02 Jim Wilson (Dependent Origination) 2002.12 Darlene Cohen (Paradox) 2000. 2004.27 Losang Monlam (Guided Meditation) 2003.09 Diana Elrod (Nichiren) 2003.02.24 Diana Elrod (Nichiren tradition) 2002.05.05.12.03.11.01.02.09 Roger Corless (Buddhism and Sex) 2002.07.19 Carol Newhouse (Vipassana) 2002.18 Tony Richardson (Somatics) 2000.04.19 Bill Weber (Relaxing as Practice) 2004. Joy) 2002.23 Eugene Cash 2003.05 Jim Wilson (On.03.25 Diana Elrod (Fourteen [Possible] Distingushing Feature.08.15 Carol Newhouse (Metta.10 Diana Elrod (Nichiren) 2003.09.05 R.05.31 Scott Hunt (Faith) 2002.02.10.07.Corless (Other Religions) .14 Sean Hargens (Bhutan) 2002.04 Bill Weber (Generosity) 2004.02.08 Diana Elrod (Earthly Desires) 2003.07.29 Kosho 2004.14 Eugene Cash (Identity) 2001.10.08.17 Paul Ryder (Evil) 2003.03.16 Carol Newhouse (Peacemaking) 2004.10.org 1996.06.04.09.24 Donald Rothberg (Judgement) 2002.29 Robina Courtin (Karma) 2001.12.Gay Buddhist Fellowship http://gaybuddhist.16 Donald Rothberg (Deeping Daily Practice) 2003.06 Jim Wilson (Dharma Contemplations) 2003.02 Jim Wilson (Dharma Overview) 2003.03.02 Jim Wilson (The Path of the Scholar Sage) 2003.11 Roger Corless (Freedom) 2004.15 Diana Elrod (Nichren) 2004.09.07.03.05 Jim Wilson (Five Precepts) 2002.06.07.03.02.01 Jim Wilson (Bodichitta pt2) 2003.05.15 Jim Wilson (The Dhamapada) 2004.03 Jim Wilson (The Three Jewels pt1) 2002..14 Bill Weber (Taking Refuge) 2003.21 Roger Corless (The Person Known as Buddha) 2003.04.05.06.27 Justin Hecht (Burma & Bhutan) 2002.23 Losang Monlam (Karma) 2004.07.08.21 Sozan Shellin (Depression) 2002.03.10.00 Cathleene Williams 2001.08.12.02.02 Jim Wilson (The Fourth Noble TruthThe Path) 2003.16 Cathleen Williams (Reactivity) 2003..17 Sean Hargens (Ken Wilbur) 2002.10 Robina Courtin (Learning the Mind) 1999.26 Roger Corless (Parents) 2003.01.06 Wes Nisker 2002.20 Jim Wilson (Home Altars) 2002.05 Jim Wilson (The Deathless) 2003.08.22 Roger Corless (The Pure Land) 57 2003.

Sound Quality:. His teaching is influenced by both Burmese and Thai streams of the Theravada tradition as well as Zen and Tibetan Buddhist practice. talks all between 50 minutes and one hour. meditation retreats and other events as a community (sangha) devoted to the embodiment of awakening in our lives. 58 .sfinsight. H. Good descriptions of practise. He is also a teacher of the “Diamond Approach” a school of spiritual investigation and self-realization developed by A.VERY GOOD Fear and Fearlessness Practicing in Nature Questions in Emptiness The Fullness of Mindfulness The Pleasure of Meditation Eugene Cash is the founding teacher of the Insight Meditation Community of San Francisco (IMCSF). well worth it! Slightly Zen orientated.Insight Meditation Community of San Francisco www.org Insight Meditation Community of San Francisco (IMCSF) is dedicated to offering the teachings of the Buddha as they develop in the West. He is a teacher at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and leads intensive meditation retreats internationally. Our orientation is toward intensive lay practice. We offer classes. Almaas.

naplesmindfulness. and poet. a highly respected and beloved meditation master. between the sacred and profane. This tradition breaks down the barriers between daily life and spiritual life. Very good talks of all lengths from 30 minutes to nearly 2 hours! Sound Quality:. Fred Eppsteiner . Engaged Buddhism teaches that the practices of mindfulness meditation and the development of wisdom and compassion can permeate and transform all aspects of our daily life and relationships. Fred is a well-known meditation teacher and practitioner in the Zen and Tibetan lineages.org The Naples Community of Mindfulness is a non-sectarian Buddhist meditation and study group which began nine years ago in the living room of our founder and teacher.VERY GOOD Buddhist Prayer Path of Acceptance Retreat Part I Path of Acceptance Retreat Part II Guided Med New Year's Dharma Talk on Self Sutra on the White Clad Sexuality Dharma Talk on Metta Dharma Talk Reverance Dharma Talk Q & A Scrooge Sutra on White Clad Drugs & Review Dharma Talk Q & A Sutra on White Clad cont Sutra on White Clad Not Stealing Chinsegut I Chinsegut IA Chinsegut II Chinsegut III Chinsegut IV On the Better Way to Live Alone II On the Better Way to Live Alone III Q & A No Expectations On the Better Way to Live Alone Sunday Dharma 59 Morning of Mindfulness Is there hope in buddhism 5 22 05 Q & A 5 29 05 Q & A Sunday Q & A Sastra 6 19 05 Q & A 6 26 05 Q & A Post Retreat Dharma Talk Q & A Feelings vs Intention Dharma Talk Q & A Shantideva & Bodhicitta The Mind's Master Practicing Loving Kindness Speaking Frankly 02 Versus on the Faith Mind II Miami Dharma Talk Verses on the Faith Mind SDRC The Path to Wholeness I SDRC The Path to Wholeness II SDRC The Path to Wholeness III Anh Huong 2. The group has gained inspiration from the “engaged Buddhism” tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh. prolific author.The Naples Community of Mindfulness www.2003 Chinsegut 2003 Disk 1 Chinsegut 2003 Disk 2 .

and to share his insights with others.naplesmindfulness. He is a psychotherapist in private practice. and is an experienced practitioner within the Nyingma lineage of the Great Perfection (Dzogchen) teachings. In the mid-seventies. Fred has also had a long-standing relationship with the Tibetan Buddhist tradition (Vajrayana). His teacher was Dzongnar Rinpoche. 60 . from whom Fred received oral teachings in India during the mid-seventies.org Buddhist Prayer Path of Acceptance Retreat Part I Path of Acceptance Retreat Part II Guided Med New Year's Dharma Talk on Self Sutra on the White Clad Sexuality Dharma Talk on Metta Dharma Talk Reverance Dharma Talk Q & A Scrooge Sutra on White Clad Drugs & Review Dharma Talk Q & A Sutra on White Clad cont Sutra on White Clad Not Stealing Chinsegut I Chinsegut IA Chinsegut II Chinsegut III Chinsegut IV On the Better Way to Live Alone II On the Better Way to Live Alone III Q & A No Expectations On the Better Way to Live Alone Sunday Dharma Morning of Mindfulness Is there hope in buddhism Fred Eppsteiner has been studying and practicing Buddhist meditation for over thirty-five years. His experience as a psychotherapist allows him to readily understand the psychological implications and applications of Buddhist meditation and teachings to the everyday life of American practitioners. beloved and respected meditation teachers and authors in the West today. a Vietnamese Zen Master who has become one of the most widely known. Fred is the editor of two books on Buddhism. He has also received teachings from many other modern day masters of the Tibetan tradition.The Naples Community of Mindfulness www. Florida since 1986. he established a close relationship with Thich Nhat Hanh. and he currently leads workshops on these topics. NY. The Path of Compassion and Interbeing . He has practiced primarily in the Zen and Tibetan Buddhist lineages. One of his interests is the relationship of Buddhist and Western psychology and therapeutic practices. He began his Zen practice with Roshi Philip Kapleau (author of The Three Pillars of Zen ) in the late sixties at the Rochester Zen Center in upstate New York. when he moved with his family from Rochester. but bases his teachings on the full breadth of the Buddhist philosophical. Fred has lived in Naples. Fred received Dharma Transmission and permission to teach from Thich Nhat Hanh in 1994. psychological and meditative traditions. a profound Dharma practitioner from the famous Palyul Monastery of Tibet.

* Social gatherings where people can meet and support each other's practice. and clinics..seattleinsight.VERY GOOD awakened heart caring attention Generosity Generosity learning Non-doing precepts and refuges Psychic Leanings of the Mind Receiving the World Relax.org The Seattle Insight Meditation Society serves the Seattle-area community by organizing and supporting activities such as: * Classes in insight meditation for beginning and experienced students.The Seattle Insight Meditation Society www. Heather Martin. from silent retreats to daily life. SIMS coordinates projects. including "days of mindfulness.. * Residential and non-residential meditation retreats.. Some good guest speakers including sharon Salzberg.. Observe and Allow Responsibility Sangha Self Knowledge Self-Kindness and Self-Indulgence Sensitivity of the Heart Stepping out of Self Deception task centered The I of the Storm The Search for Meaning The Spirit of Questioning The Three Awakenings The Urban Buddhist the triple gem Wanting 61 Talks by Rodney Smith Distortions of Mind The Angry Mind The Complaining Mind The Controlling Mind The Judging Mind The Lonely Mind The Melancholy Mind The Shameful Mind The Wanting Mind Introduction to Meditation Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 week 4 Week 5 Week 6 ." * Dharma talks with visiting teachers of insight meditation. hospitals. Sound Quality:. Another big site. In addition. such as teaching meditation in prisons. My favourite is Steve Armstrong. * Community outreach activities. that put insight meditation into practice in community settings. teenagers and children.... SIMS activities support the development of mindfulness across a continuum of situations...

Rodney has devoted much of his energy to serving the dying. Mudita The four Brahma Viharas.The Seattle Insight Meditation Society www.org Talks by Rodney Smith Cont. Honeyball and Bahiya Suttas Bahiya Sutta. and offers spiritual consultations.S. He disrobed as a monk in 1983 and. Introduction Kalama Sutta. Free Inquiry Kalama Sutta. Rodney Smith spent eight years in Buddhist monastic settings. Lessons From the Dying. He is author of the book. Metta The four Brahma Viharas. Referencing the moment Honeyball Sutta Kalama Sutta. In the seen there is only the seen Bahiya Sutta. Self-Doubt The Five Precepts five precepts introduction The fifth precept The first precept The fourth precept The Second Precept The third precept The Practice of Meditation Heartfelt Attention 62 . Currently Rodney is a full time dharma teacher conducting meditation classes. Observe and Allow Stepping out of Self Deception The Three Awakenings Utterly Ordinary The Four Brahma Viharas The four Brahma Viharas The four Brahma Viharas. He serves as a Senior Teacher for IMS and is the founding and guiding teacher for Seattle Insight Meditation. both in direct service positions and within hospice management. started working in hospice care and teaching vipassana meditation throughout the U. for the last 16 years. after returning to the West. both at the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in Massachusetts and several years as a Buddhist monk in Asia. Upekka The Five Aggregates The First Aggregate The five aggregates The Fourth Aggregate The Second Aggregate The Third Aggregate The Kalama. Karuna The four Brahma Viharas. More Distortions of Mind The Arrogant Mind The Doubting Mind The Driven Mind The Indulgent Mind The Worried Mind The Five Spiritual Faculties five faculties effort five faculties faith five faculties intro five faculties mindfulness five faculties samadhi five faculties wisdom Retreat Talks Listening in Innocence Relax.seattleinsight. He ordained with Mahasi Sayadaw in Burma then practiced for three years with Ajahn Buddhadassa in Thailand. retreats.

seattleinsight.org Talks by Rodney Smith Cont. The Seven Factors of Enlightenment Calm Energy Equanimity Investigation Mindfulness Rapture Samadhi The Shadow The Shadow and Boundary Formation The Shadow and Fear The Shadow of Not Knowing The Shadow Within Reactivity The Shadow Within the Story The Shadow The Six Fears Introduction to fear The fear of being known The fear of being meaningless The fear of death The fear of not knowing The fear of unusual mind states The fear to love The Story of the Me Fixation and the I The Need to be Somebody The Story and the Storyteller Understanding Content 63 .The Seattle Insight Meditation Society www.

The Seattle Insight Meditation Society www.org Guest Speakers Steve Armstrong Renunciation The four noble truths The Way Things Are Heather Martin Balance between Retreat and Daily Practice The Four Reflections Practice and the Tsunami Disaster Renunciation(1) Joy The Sure Heart's Release James Baraz Sharda Rogell Intention Safety from Harm Celebrating Joy 1 Celebrating Joy 2 Rebecca Bradshaw Acceptance and Action Christina Feldman Impermanence Sincerity Compassion Equanimity Loving Kindness Patience Liberation of the Heart Investigation Joyful Effort Emotional Wakefulness Mind the Gaps Compassion and Emptiness Jude Rozhon Comfort from Practice in Times of Distress Arinna Weisman Faith 2 Service Noah Levine Against the Stream The four Brahma Viharas Ajahn Sumedho A Path to Awakening Narayan Liebenson Grady Mindfulness In Relationships Faith The Practice of Recollection The Risk of Mindfulness Sacred Idleness 64 .seattleinsight.

Hatred and Delusion Lovingkindness and Intention Meditation as skills training Personality Types Questions about Anger. Faith and Compassion Transcending Conditional Love 65 . Confusion and Greed Sangha Questions and Answers The Force of Kindness The Nature of Change Tools for Awakening Courage.seattleinsight.The Seattle Insight Meditation Society www.org Guest Speakers Cont. Sharon Salzberg Compassionate Action Ethics and Morality Greed.

The Sacramento Buddhist Meditation Group www. varying lengths. Sound Quality:.org/mp3jewels.sbmg.htm The Sacramento Buddhist Meditation Group was formed in January.GOOD Bhante Seelawimala 2004-06-06 Bhante Seelawimala Darlene Cohen 2004-01-18 Dennis Warren 2004-04-11 Dennis Warren Dharma Talk by James Baraz Dharma Talk by Jim Hare Dharma Talk by Mary Mocine Diana Winston 2005-05-01 Edward Espe Brown 2004-03-14 Edward Espe Brown 2005-03-13 Eric Kolvig 2004-05-23 Eric Kolvig James Baraz 2004-11-14 Jim Hare 2004-11-07 Jim Hare 2005-05-22 Jim Hare 2005-11-06 Ji-Sing Norman Eng 2005-02-06 John Travis 2005-05-15 Lama Choyin Rangdrol 2005-06-12 Lama Steve Walker (Tongnyom) Larry Yang 2004-02-08 Lyn Fine 2004-02-01 Lyn Fine 2004-12-05 Marlene Jones 2004-03-07 Mary Mocine 2004-10-10 Misha Merrill 2004-07-18 Misha Merrill 2004-02-15 Misha Merrill 2005-08-28 Panel Discussion 2005-04-17 Reverend Ekan 2004-12-05 Reverend Seicho Asahi 2004-05-16 Reverend Seicho Asahi 2005-07-17 66 Reverend Seicho Asahi Shanti Soule 2004-01-11 Susan Moon 2004-10-03 Susan Moon 2005-02-20 Susan Moon Tempel Smith 2004-09-05 Tenshin Reb Anderson 2004-06-13 Tenshin Reb Anderson 2005-06-05 Tenshin Reb Anderson 2005-10-16 Tulku Thubten Rinpoche 2005-09-04 Wendy Palmer 2004-06-20 Wendy Palmer 2005-07-10 . Our purpose is to create and sustain a spiritual community (Sangha) and to serve the Sangha by introducing and supporting meditation practice. 1991 as a service to the Sacramento community. Good range of traditions and subjects but speakers are predominately from Zen backgrounds. Nice mix of talks. We provide opportunities to meet and work with trained Dharma teachers who offer a range of Buddhist practices and ideas.

Not expecting the tapes to be widely distributed. Combining the clarity and simplicity of the ancient Buddhist teachings with the depth and altruistic spirit of the early Mahayana. he used an ordinary. the lectures are considered "public domain" for anyone to copy and distribute freely. Set on 188 acres of verdant woodlands and fields. We recommend that you first listen to them in their proper sequence. Ven. The program contains detailed lectures on the core.GOOD 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) The Buddha The Four Noble Truths The Nature of Existence Dependent Origination Rebirth and Kamma Nibbana Eightfold Path Meditation Social Teachings of Buddha The Sangha That summer. nonprofessional recorder.Bodhi Monastery www. original teachings of the Buddha.net Bodhi Monastery is a distinctive Buddhist monastery located in the rolling hills of Sussex County. Talks average 1 hour 20 minutes! Sound Quality:. the monastery represents a unique and spiritually enriching synthesis of these two major Buddhist traditions. 67 . amidst herds of deer.bodhimonastery. Ven. Due to the enthusiasm of a lay supporter. Today. Bodhi recorded his ten lectures in the basement of the Washington Vihara. Bhikkhu Bodhi’s popular 10-lecture series has been distributed on cassette tapes for over 20 years. the monastery offers a fresh yet ancient perspective on the practice of Buddhism in today's world. New Jersey. the master copies were reproduced en masse for expanded distribution and issued as handsome packages that included supplemental materials.

budaedu.org/en/ We are a Buddhist foundation based in Taipei. Some quite heavily accented.Buddha Educational Foundation http://www.but still good.k.sri Dhammananda Ven. and it is our goal to promote the Buddha Dharma and to make the teachings freely available to the general public.dr. Please check our list of services. Sound Quality:.dr. dharma and sangha The buddha The four noble truths The noble eightfold path The origin of life The origin of the world 68 The practice of purification The sangha The social teachings of the buddha The transference of conciousness-power practice The true nature of existence Three point purpose of human life Ven. Some very deep talks between one and one and a half hours long.Variable but mostly GOOD Accumulate merit through offering Are buddhists idol worshipers Buddhism and other religions Buddhist attitude towards women Buddhist concept of heaven and hell Dependent arising Five buddhas mandala Flower of mankind Four ordinary foundations(winter) Guru yoga practice How to practice buddhism Human problems Intention for Altruism Is it wrong to be ambitious Is there any purpose in this life Kamma and rebirth Meaning of buddhist symbols Meditation Modern challenge to buddhism Nibbana Rebirth and kamma Religion of freedom Seven branches prayer Taking refuge from buddha . and we hope that you will find something that will benefit your practice and study of the Dharma. Taiwan. We do not favour any one school or sect over another. and all are afforded equal respect.m.vajiagnana What is buddhism What is karma What is nibbana Why buddhism Why meditation LIAO-FAN'S FOUR LESSONS CHANGING DESTINY (Collection of Files) .

BDEA has since evolved as a Buddhist Information and Education Service. an ancient tradition and the information superhighway will come together to create an electronic meeting place of shared concern and interests. offering its services to all Buddhist traditions.buddhanet. Buddhanet is a huge site with a wide variety of excellent resources.BuddhaNet www. as an on-line cyber sangha. Depression 1 Aspects of Psychology. BuddhaNet is administered by Venerable Pannyavaro and Venerable Bodhicitta and a dedicated team of lay volunteers. Sound Quality:. In this way. Depression 3 Aspects of Psychology. A lot of the Dharma talks are from other sites and as such can be found elsewhere in the Catalog. Good Answer 4 Heightening the Mind Kissing the joy as it files Right Where You Are The Heart Sutra The Self 69 . Good Answer 2 Good Question. Pannyavaro.net » The Story of BuddhaNet BuddhaNet™ is the result of a vision to link up with the growing worldwide culture of people committed to the Buddha's teachings and lifestyle. BuddhaNet is a non-sectarian organisation. It is particularly strong on text based material. Depression 2 Aspects of Psychology. BuddhaNet is a not-for-profit organisation affiliated with the Buddha Dharma Education Association Inc. Good Answer 1 Good Question. which was first established as a Vipassana Meditation Centre over nine years ago in Sydney by an Australian meditation monk Ven.VERY GOOD Aspects of Psychology. It aims to facilitate a significant Buddhist presence in the ever-expanding realm of computer communications technology. Depression Death be not proud Desire for Happiness Good Question. Good Answer 3 Good Question. The chants and songs are to be found included in the seperate “Chants and Music” section starting on page 65. applying this technology to helping make the Buddha's teachings freely available to all.

Self-Knowing & Terrorism Larry Rosenberg .The Middle Path . and physical ability.Patience and Expectation NLG .Self-Knowing & Terrorism Larry Rosenberg .Kalama Sutta Larry Rosenberg .Death Awareness Larry Rosenberg .Fire Sermon Larry Rosenberg .Kalama Sutta Larry Rosenberg .cimc. race. As a community and institution.Death Awareness Larry Rosenberg . we are committed to offering the essence of the Buddha's message of liberation and it is our intention to apply these teachings to every aspect of daily life.Opening to Dukkha NLG .Inquiry .Death Awareness Larry Rosenberg .Fire Sermon Larry Rosenberg .Mental States 3rd Foundation .Basic Med Instructions Larry Rosenberg .Death Awareness Larry Rosenberg .Opening to Dukkha NLG .Basic Med Instructions Larry Rosenberg .of all beings. everyday life means being subject to social injustice on a regular basis.Fire Sermon Larry Rosenberg .Inquiry .Inquiry . CIMC and the Buddha's teachings can contribute in a small way to the necessary changes that will facilitate social justice.Mental States 70 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 3 3rd Foundation .both inner and outer -.Kalama Sutta Larry Rosenberg .Basic Med Instructions Larry Rosenberg .Inquiry .Kalama Sutta Larry Rosenberg .Mental States Working with Fear Working with Fear Working with Fear Living in the Present Living in the Present Living in the Present Living in the Present Living in the Present Larry Rosenberg . gender identity. Hopefully. Talks containing the letters NLG are by Narayan Liebenson Grady.info The Cambridge Insight Meditation Center is dedicated to creating a space that welcomes all people regardless of cultural and religious background.Basic Med Instructions Larry Rosenberg .Self-Knowing & Terrorism Larry Rosenberg .The Middle Path NLG .Self-Knowing & Terrorism NLG .Inquiry . socio-economic class.Self-Knowing & Terrorism Larry Rosenberg . age.The Middle Path NLG . education.Basic Med Instructions Larry Rosenberg .Mental States 3rd Foundation .Patience and Expectation NLG .Fire Sermon Larry Rosenberg .Fire Sermon Balanced Effort Balanced Effort Balanced Effort Selflessness Selflessness Selflessness Selflessness 3rd Foundation .Opening to Dukkha NLG .Death Awareness Larry Rosenberg . We recognize that for many people. we are committed to the freedom -.Death Awareness Larry Rosenberg . As Guiding Teachers.Kalama Sutta Larry Rosenberg .Fire Sermon Larry Rosenberg . Larry Rosenberg looks like this! 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 Larry Rosenberg .Cambridge Insight Meditation Center www. sexual orientation.

damage Talks without a prefix are by Michael Liebenson Grady 71 .Waking Up in Relationship Making Peace T1700 incomplete Making Peace T1700 incomplete Freedom of Letting Go T1648 .cimc.Waking Up in Relationship NLG .info 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 NLG Sacred Idleness NLG Sacred Idleness NLG Sacred Idleness NLG .damage Freedom of Letting Go T168 .Waking Up in Relationship NLG .Cambridge Insight Meditation Center www.

Salutation to the Bodhi Tree Buddha Vandana . Sound Quality:.Transference of Merits to all Celestial Beings Bodhi Vandana .16th chap Lotus Sutra Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo Chanting Om Mani Padme Hum Om Mani Padme Hum 01 Om Mani Padme Hum 02 Pali Devotional Chanting Pali Buddhist Chanting .Homage to the Doctrine Introduction Khamayacana .Thai Style An Invitation to the Devas Anussarana Patha Chant Buddha Jaya Mangala Gatha .Chants & Music Bit of a mixed bag this lot! My favourites are the Pali Devotional Chanting (almost hypnotic) and the Thai Chants.Forgiveness of Faults Maha Jayamangala Gatha .Homage to the Buddha Buddhabhivadana .The Discourse on Loving-kindness Padipa Puja .Salutation to the Buddha Cetiya Vandana .VERY GOOD Buddhist Hymns Chanting of Nichiren Buddhism Chanting Om Mani Padme Hum Pali Devotional Chanting Pureland Chanting Songs Thai Chants Vietnamese Chanting Buddhist Hymns Bodhisatta Flower Life Self Signs Thoughts Tiratana Wesak Chaya Paritta Chant Devotional Chant (1) Devotional Chant (2) Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta Jinapanjara Gatha Namo tassa and The Three Refuges Pali Tripitaka Chant The Blessing Chant Venerable Indaratana Maha Thera Anumodana .Transference of Merits to Departed Relatives Puppha Puja .The Five Precept Patthana .Great Verses of Joyous Victory Mangala Sutta .Offering of Flowers 72 Chanting of Nichiren Buddhism Nam Myoho Renge Kyo. Recitation of 2nd.Offering of Lights Panca Sila . again a varied mix. For something very different try the Vietnamese Chanting! The songs are a matter of personal taste.Salutation to the Pagodas Dhamma Vandana .Aspiration Patti Dana .The Discourse on Blessings Metta Sutta .

Homage to the Disciples of the Buddha Sugandha Puja .The Discourse on Jewels Sangha Vandana .'Collected Works Vol. Namo Amituofo Namo Amitabha Songs Daniel Yeo Bond Free Can I Come Forth Coming Home Fly on Silk Air Growing Up Heart Offering I Wish (World Peace) Journey of Realization Journey Magic Pearl Man with Love (Cantonese) Man with love Mundane Attachment (Karaoke) Mundane Attachment .Stanzas of Victory and Blessings Narasiha Gatha .The Nine Virtues of the Buddha Paticca-samuppada .Reflection on the Wheel of Life Amitabhas Land of Peace Compassion Eightfold Path Narration.Offering of Incense Tri-Sarana .Four Protective Meditations (Summary) Chattamanavaka Gatha .Chants & Music Ratana Sutta . Path to Liberation Om Mani Padme Hung Chant Reason Behind Your Birth Science and Buddhism The Key to Happiness The Law of Karma The Path of Gautama Buddha Unity in Buddhas Call Yien Wayfarers' .Stanzas of the Lion of Men Nava Guna Gatha .Stanzas of the Triple Gem Forty-six Verses Introduction Jayamangala Gatha .1' (1998) Angulimala Anthem of Unity Buddhist Doxology Children of the Buddha Climb the Path with Gladness Fare-Ye-Well His Love lit Image Infinite Love and Wisdom Let's Sing the Praises Mortal and Immortal Nirvana's Endless Day Oh! Suffering World Right Action Right Thought Self Reliance Song of the Pilgrim The Blessed Refuges The Bodhi Tree The Bodhisattva The Flower of Mankind The Law of Karma The Sunrise Comes The Three Signs Thoughts Truth Within You 73 Pureland Chanting Chant of Amitabha Buddha.The Three Refuges Song for Xiao Ying The Guide Translation Unknown Universal Wisdom Foundation Visarad Srima Ratnayaka Caturarakkha Bhavana .

Chants & Music Wesak Dawn Wheel of Life Why Thai Chants An invitation to the Devas Buddha-jaya-mangala-Gatha Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta Introduction to Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta Namo tassa and The Three Refuges Namo-kara-atthaka (The Homage Octet) Sambuddhe (The Buddhas) Vietnamese Chanting The Early Morning Great Bell Verse The Prayer for Harmony and Peace Miscellaneous Abhinha-pacca-vekkha-napatham Calling the Root Teacher Chant on Loving Kindness chant Discourse on the Highest Blessings Great Compassion Mantra .Angel Paramita Heart Mantra in sanskrit Heart Sutra in Cantonese Secrets Of Life 74 .

Levine now uses that energy and the practice of Buddhism to awaken his natural wisdom and compassion Noah is now a Buddhist teacher in training with Jack Kornfield and the teaching collective at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre. drinking. As with many self-destructive kids. Noah is also the director and co-founder of the Mind Body Awareness Project.dharmapunx.class #1 Mudita Right Concentration Right Understanding Sex and Buddhism Soft Belly Meditation Soft Belly talk The Eight Fold Path 75 Women & Race & Buddhism Present Time Awareness Retreat 1st Foundation of Mind 2nd Foundation of Mind 3rd Foundation of Mind 4th Foundation of Mind Friday Eve Retreat Opening Vinny Ferraro Forgiveness Talk Meditation on Forgiveness .com Welcome to the the official homepage of the book: Dharma Punx by Noah Levine. Having clearly seen the uselessness of drugs and violence. He has studied with such well-known and respected teachers as His Holiness the Dalai Lama.class #3 4 Foundations of Mindfulness . Noah Levine's search for meaning led him first to punk rock. But the search didn't end there. Thich Nhat Hanh. CA. Noah looked for positive ways to channel his rebellion against what he saw as the lies of society. Sharon Salzberg. Norman Fischer. Joseph Goldstein. a non-profit organization that serves incarcerated youths.class #4 4 Noble Truths & 8 Fold Path . to name a few. Ram Dass.class #2 Brahma Viharas Talk #1 Brahma Viharas Talk #2 Buddha's Life Story . He teaches meditation retreats nationally as well as leading groups in juvenile halls and prisons around the San Francisco Bay Area. and dissatisfaction. drugs. Fueled by his anger and so much injustice and suffering. Sound Quality:. Talks are very much practical guided practise and interactive exchanges with audience/students. This is the story of a young man and a generation of angry youths who rebelled against their parents and the unfulfilled promise of the sixties.Dharma Punx www.VERY GOOD Noah Levine Fire Sermon & Mara . and Sylvia Boorstein. Jack Kornfield.

Jack Kornfield. Ajahn Sumedho and many others..dharmastream. as a support to people everywhere in the ending of suffering and in the attainment of freedom and happiness... Joseph Goldstein. Suffering And The Relational Self Seven Factors Of Enlightenment The Comparing Mind The Five Hindrances The Four Noble Truths The Gateway To Relief The Heart Of Forgiveness The I Of The Storm The Inner Journey The Invitation The Personality And Beyond The Power Of Metta The Secret To Happiness Thinking Trusting This Path Through Difficulties Turning The Mind Toward The Dharma Using The Hindrances As Allies You Are The Path An Overview Of The Eightfold Path .Dharmastream www.Sylvia Boorstein. Jack Kornfield Compassion Difficulty In Life. Guy Armstrong. Ajahn Amaro.org Dharmastream Internet access to the oral tradition of the Buddha's teachings The Archival Center of Western Buddhist Vipassana Teachings is dedicated to a single vision: To preserve and share the oral tradition of the Buddha's teachings on insight meditation... Being Enough Arriving In The Here And Now Buddha And His Meaning In Life Compassion. Letting Go.. Gil Fronsdal.. Rodney Smith. Very good selection of teachers including:. for the benefit of all.VERY GOOD Acceptance. It is our commitment to make our archive of contemporary oral teachings easily accessible. Christina Feldman. Sickness And Death Make Of Yourself A Light. Care And Understanding No Second Arrow Opening Our Heart Papanca Patience and the Gentle Heart Patient Awareness 76 Power of Metta Renunciation And Peace Samadhi Is Pure Enjoyment Seasons Of The Heart Self.. Difficulty In Practice Emotional Wakefulness Five Spiritual Powers Gratitude For A Precious Human Birth Guided Lovingkindness Meditation Happiness And The Greatest Happiness How this Practice Works Intention Investigate Down To The Core Knower Of The Worlds Living With The Reality Of Aging. or vipassana. Sound Quality:.

VERY GOOD A Loving Heart Awakening From the Dream Awakening from the Trance of Fear Awakening Our Bodies Awareness Awakening Through Emotions pt1 Awakening Through Emotions pt2 Awakening Through Emotions pt3 Embodied Awareness Embodied Presence . the community of all beings. Sound Quality:.imcw.Equinimity and the Freedom of the Heart Responding Instead of Reacting Suffering Part 1 .Part 1 The Three Characteristics .Insight Meditation Community of Washington www. a very accessable Vipassana teacher.The Forces That Cause It Suffering Part 2 .The Blessings of Freedom The Art of Practice 77 The Power of Desire The Pursuit of Happiness The Three Characteristics .The Awakening of Joy Part 4 .Widening the Circle Part 3 . The Insight Meditation Community of Washington (IMCW) is a spiritual community teaching and practicing Vipassana meditation. Talks average between 50 & 55 minutes.The Healing of Self Compassion Part 2 .part 2 Embracing Our Lives Forgiveness Guided Metta Meditation Guided Vipassana Meditation Part 1 .org Insight Meditation Community of Washington Mission Statement of IMCW * Promoting the instruction and practice of Buddhist Insight Meditation (Vipassana) and related Buddhist teachings which awaken our natural wisdom and compassion. May you be held in the heart of lovingkindness May you be free from inner and outer harm May you be well May you have ease of well being All talks are by Tara Brach.Compassion . * Cultivating the growth of spiritual community (sangha) with the intent of serving the larger sangha.Part 2 Unconditional Friendliness .

These talks are predominately from the perspective of the Tibetan tradition. some over an hour. YREC was reorganized in January 2004 as a fund-granting institution. Traditional Yoga and Yoga Therapy were the two areas of focus. Long talks. YREC was founded in 1996 and became a unique source of information about the deeper philosophical and medical aspects of Yoga.Yoga Research and Education Center www. The “Cognition” series is an excellent discourse on meditation. We are interested in funding programs that advance this agenda and welcome serious inquiries or referrals. education. PLEASE NOTE THESE TALKS APPEAR TO BE NO LONGER ACCESSABLE Sound Quality:. and publication about all aspects of Yoga.org YREC is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting and conducting research.yrec. but very good.VERY GOOD 4 Tibetan Schools 01 4 Tibetan Schools 02 Approaches Dharma 01 Approaches Dharma 02 Berzin Cognition 001 Berzin Cognition 002 Berzin Cognition 003 Berzin Cognition 004 Berzin Cognition 005 Berzin Cognition 006 Berzin Cognition 007 Berzin Cognition 008 Berzin Cognition 009 Berzin Cognition 010 Berzin Cognition 011 Berzin Cognition 012 Five Aggregates 01 Five Aggregates 02 Mahamudra 01 Mahamudra 02 Sutra Tantra 001 Sutra Tantra 002 Sutra Tantra 003 Sutra Tantra 004 Sutra Tantra 005 Sutra Tantra 006 Sutra Tantra 007 Sutra Tantra 008 78 .

Clouds in Water Zen Center www. and work—supports us in cultivating the flower of peace. so a good selection. We welcome everyone who comes to the center to develop and deepen their spiritual life through meditation. community events.org Welcome to Clouds in Water Zen Center Clouds in Water is a community of people committed to awakening the heart to its great wisdom and compassion. With an understanding of the heart's true nature we are able to create true peace within ourselves and with those around us. classes. Three Poisons. Three Seeds Understanding Jesus Ways to Cultivate Compassion Work Practice by Sosan Theresa Flynn . We seek to create a seamless practice of meditation. Each talk is on average 40 minutes long and most are by different teachers. attentive care to our day-to-day activities. Spiritual practice within community—at the center. guest teacher workshops. sangha circles. and a children's practice program. Sound Quality:.VERY GOOD [Sesshin talk] by Dokai Georgesen A Sideways View of Zen Practice An Indian Story Awareness of the Body Boundlessness and Interdependence Deception in the Midst of Great Pactice Digesting and Being Digested Entering the Swamp Generosity Happiness by Tracey Kyoku Walen Letting Go Living in Vow by Myo-O Marilyn HabermasScher Love and Understanding in Times of Crisis Nodes in Bamboo Not Knowing Nothing to Depend On Our Perfect Teacher by Joen Snyder O'Neal Practice Periods Practicing from the inside out Relationships and the Practice of the Three Relinquishments 79 Stories from the Buddha's Life Surrender The Courage of Turning Your Life Around The Great Agitation by Dokai Georgesen The Heart of Wisdom Beyond Wisdom The Three Tenets by Egyoku Wendy Nakao-roshi Three Objects. retreats. and clearly seeing the radiance of all things. liturgy.cloudsinwater. home.

Sound Quality:. the Wisdom teachings of Mahayana Buddhism. We also offer a five-year curriculum in Buddhist studies as well as ongoing advanced seminars and other classes which provide a complete background in Zen teachings. Karma 1088 Won't Say 1089 Breaking Through Three Barriers 1090 Where Is There Preference 1091 No Explanation. and the essentials of Buddhist psychology. Unobstructed Mind 1065 To Undertake the Training 1066 Just Look 1068 Dust-Mote Concentration 1069 What Is It 1070 Chao Chou's Stone Bridge 1076 Not Being Anybody 1077 Words 1078 Pai Chang's Wild Ducks 1079 Yun Men Extends Both Hands 1080 Zen Without the Traps 1081 My Country Right or Wrong 1082 Sounding Silence 80 1083 True Security in an Insecure World 1084 Meeting with Freethinkers 1085 The Way to Practice 1087 Death. Dharma Field offers daily meditation. and applied to. sesshins.Dharma Field Zen Centre www. Just State it Fully 1092 Yun Men's Staff 1093 Compassion Without Crisis 1094 The Steady Walk of Compassion 1095 It's Up To You 1097 One Particle of Dust 447 Tasting the Moment 618 One Continuous Mistake 759 Hear. Dharma talks. social and special events. the teachings of the Buddha. Dharma heir of Dainin Katagiri Roshi.org Dharma Field is a community dedicated to learning and sharing the teachings and practice of Zen Buddhism in a setting not bound to any one culture. which are open to all. The Dharma taken from. Very good Zen talks. The head teacher at Dharma Field is Steve Hagen.VERY GOOD 1005 What Are You 1006 The one who has died the great death 1007 Good Snowflakes 1020 No Cold or Heat 1021 Knowing How to Beat the Drum 1022 Chao Chou's Cloth Shirt 1023 The Sound of Raindrops 1024 Not Contained in Six 1033 Aloneness. everyday life. as well as volunteer opportunities.dharmafield. Not Reincarnation 800 Song of the Solitary 807 The Hermit's Staff 808 Sitting Alone on the Great Sublime Peak 809 Yun Men's Autumn Wind 810 Enlightenment 823 Walking by Sight 824 Doing Not Doing 825 Walking by Faith . classes. Speak. and See No Evil 760 The Buddhist Teaching of Totality 786 Only to be Awake 792 Rebirth. Not Loneliness 1034 Upsetting the Tea Kettle 1035 Passing Through the Net 1049 Just Look at How Youre Feeling Now 1050 Stop Analyzing Your Feelings 1063 Positively Negative 1064 Formless Admission.

org 826 Truth That's Never Been Spoken 834 Put Your Energy Into Wholeness 835 Zen and the Art of Leadership 837 The Kalpic Fire 838 Big Radishes 839 Inner Comfort. Bones.Dharma Field Zen Centre www. Lotus Leaves 789 The Turtle-Nosed Snake 790 The Summit of Supreme Enlightenment 791 Kuel Shan and Iron Grindstone Liu 799 Neither Sacred Nor Profane 880 Zen is Zero or 100 Percent N60 How I Found Zen The Four Vows 81 . Clear Mind 970 Nothing Holy 977 Perfection & Error 979 Taking the Precepts 980 Without Hindrance of Mind 990 Shikantaza 991 Is There Life After Death_ 993 Inconceivable Knowledge 994 Yun Men's Flowering Hedge 995 This Flower 996 Tzu Fu Closes the Door 997 Sticky Zen hellsgate Podcast Talks 1096 Confusing Good with Evil 1098 Hidden in the Mountain of Form 1101 Be a Light Unto Yourself 1102 Nan Chu'an Kills a Cat 1103 A Philosopher Questions Buddha 1104 Not Self. Little Self 968 The Trouble with Promoting 969 Muddy Water. Flesh. Wholesome Practice 853 Seven Aspects of Being 854 Practice and Circumstance 855 Why Religion Must Abandon Belief 856 Seeing Good & Evil 857 Carrying the Ringed Staff 858 Elder Ting Stands Motionless 859 Mind of Why & What 860 Walking the Razor's Edge 879 Zen Plain and Simple 880 Zen is Zero or 100% 888 Beyond the Cross-legged 890 Skin. Marrow 894 Why People Don't 895 Slowing Down 896 An Honest Question 897 What is Sesshin 898 Manjusri's Three by Three 899 Ch'ang Sha Wandering in the Mountains 900 Recognizing Religion After 911 937 The Giving Tree 938 Where Have You Just Come From 939 Three Worlds. Not No Self 1105 You're Free First 1106 Give Them a Large Pasture 1107 Nowhere to Direct Your Mind 1108 What Matters 1109 Getting the Sword 1110 Expounding the Sutra 1111 What's Your Name 1115 Your Own Worst Enemy 1117 Not Worth Dying For 1118 Notice the Elephant in the Room 1119 Life Lives Through You 750 Chu Ti's One-Finger Cha'n 757 The Thing Well Made 777 Ya's Meaning of Coming from West 784 A Mind of Winter 788 Lotus Flower.dharmafield. No Dharma 940 The Workings of the Iron Ox 947 Regarder of the Cries 948 Patient Like the Earth 950 Buddhism Without Baloney 951 Winter Solstice 967 Big Self.

Infinite Smile Sangha is a religious non-profit organization that endeavors to integrate a relevant spirituality with 21st century living. Sound Quality:. As we walk this path. he works to integrate several of the Nondual teachings from the contemplative traditions of Christianity. and compassion into our day-to-day lives. wisdom. wisdom. and others. Over the years his journey led him to study abroad with teachers in both Thailand and Nepal. Most average 30 minutes but the “Commuter Zen” series are shorter. but in a short time we noticed that we had evolved into something more than just a collection of meditators. California. we intend to embody the transformation that we wish to see in the world through the Zen-inspired. Michael began his practice and study with the Zen community at Green Gulch Farm in Sausalito. as the podcasts of his talks are now reaching over 100 different countries.org Stillness. and a little laughter along the Way. Currently Infinite Smile Sangha is enjoying sharing Michael's teaching with fellow practitioners all over the globe. Wisdom. compassion. California with his wife and leads the Infinite Smile Sangha's weekly sitting groups in both Lafayette and Walnut Creek. we started as a group of people taking Michael's class on meditation. he was also able to experience different ways of walking the Path. meditative practices that are led and taught by Michael McAlister. We had become a community of people that were sharing a Path toward an ever deepening stillness. Anyone. so that we can all better infuse our lives with stillness.infinitesmile. In 2002. balance. And this community is growing at an amazing speed. should feel welcome to join us for meditation followed by a discussion. where. Big Mind Buddha Our mission at Infinite Smile Sangha is to expose our selves. in addition to broadening his exposure to Buddhist teachings. Compassion. regardless of their tradition or previous experience.Infinite Smile www. He currently lives in Pleasant Hill. Kabbalah. punchier talks for quick listening. Vedanta Hinduism. In 1988. We initially met at the Community Center in Lafayette. California. to spiritual teachings that integrate stillness. All the talks are “Podcast” and Michael McAlister makes full use of this new media to produce regular “broadcasts”.VERY GOOD 82 . Interesting site this one. and Sufiism. and awareness of ourselves and others. While his teaching is Zen-inspired.

org At the Core of Everything. & Renunciation Thoughts are Things Transforming Not Translating Uncovering the Kosmic Giggle Walking Awake What’s Happening In This Very Awareness Why Meditate 83 .Infinite Smile www. Just Teaching No Teacher Can Enlighten You Not Caught by Thought Not Mindless. But ‘No Mind’ Nothing Withheld Opening Our Hearts to the World Popping the Baloon of Ego Questioning Receiving the Big Fat Kiss Some Basics Spiritual Earthquakes Still Being Taking a Path Toward Wholeness Tango Along the Razor’s Edge The Eightfold Path… of Banana Peels The Essence of All Things The Five Hinderances to Awakening The Five Stages of Ego Grieving Its Own Death The Full Monty of Consciousness The Great Undoing The New Relationship to Time and Mind The Radiant Clarity of Emptiness The Reader’s Digest Version of Enlightenment The Teachings of an Entire Lifetime The Three Stages of Practice Recognition.infinitesmile. Resistance. the Ninth Sense Awakening Begins With Forgiveness Awakening is Divine Play Awakening Through Difficulty Being Freedom Beyond Negativity CommuterZen 1 CommuterZen 2 CommuterZen 3 CommuterZen 4 CommuterZen 5 CommuterZen 6 CommuterZen 7 CommuterZen 8 CommuterZen 9 CommuterZen 10 CommuterZen 11 CommuterZen 12 CommuterZen 13 CommuterZen 14 CommuterZen 15 CommuterZen 16 CommuterZen 17 Different Facets on the Same Gem Do We Have the Strength Doubt Is the Opposite of Equanimity Ego’s Etch-a-Sketch and Spirit’s Multi-dimensionality Eight Aspects of Awakening Four Moves That Keep Us From The Absolute From Affinity to Infinity and Back From Eternity to Here Getting Beyond the Veil Getting Our Buttons Pushed It Is Not About Intellect Jumping Out of a Perfectly Good Airplane Just Like Me Living the Uncertainty Living With Impermanence Losing Our Enemies Love Making Friends With Death Negativity Points Us Home No Mistakes.

study Buddha's teaching.ironbell.Iron Bell Zendo www. Soto Zen site. Named to reference bells rung in Zen monasteries. Good quality talks average length 50 minutes.VERY GOOD Darlene Cohen 2004-02-09 Darlene Cohen 2004-04-12 Darlene Cohen 2004-06-07 Darlene Cohen 2004-08-09 Darlene Cohen 2004-11-08 Darlene Cohen 2005-01-14 Misha Merrill 2004-07-19 Myo Denis Lahey 2004-01-26 Myo Denis Lahey 2004-02-23 Myo Denis Lahey 2004-06-28 Myo Denis Lahey 2004-09-13 Myo Denis Lahey 2004-11-15 Myo Denis Lahey 2005-05-23 Myo Denis Lahey 2005-05-23(1) Myo Denis Lahey 2005-07-25 Myo Denis Lahey 2005-09-19 84 . Sound Quality:. and apply Zen practice in everyday life. the Iron Bell Zendo provides an opportunity to join with others to meditate.org The Iron Bell Zendo brings the tradition of Soto Zen Buddhism to the Sacramento community.

and Green Gulch Zen Temple. and other activities.vimalasangha.com. for fifteen years he lived and trained at Tassajara Zen Monastery. We are committed to an ongoing mutual exploration of the deepest meaning of the Buddha's and Suzuki-Roshi's core teachings. A Practical Buddhist Approach to Inner Growth and Satisfaction on the Job. Living Passionately. where he was its Head of Practice from 1977-1983. He is the author of three books: WORK AS A SPIRITUAL PRACTICE. Paramitas. 2004.lewisrichmond. San Francisco Zen Center.Vimala Zen Centre www. Its mission is to teach and practice the traditional teachings of Zen Buddhism--precepts. koans. music. Sound Quality:. Awareness & Breath Class II Mindfulness in Daily Activity Class III The Koan of Everyday Life Class IV Right Speech Class V The Practice of Loving Kindness (Metta) Class VI Parents. Sutras. Growing Spiritually . with information about his books. Family and Dharma Class VII Anger and Conflict EVERYDAY MIND IS THE TAO HURRICANE KATRINA Mindful Breathing Posture and Awareness The Bodhisattva Vow The Koan of the Breath The Practice of Just-Awareness The Six Realms of Ego-Strategy Existence Summary 85 . His personal website. 2003 by Lew Richmond and a group of senior practitioners in the Shunryu Suzuki Zen lineage. Another Soto Zen site! Good accessable talks. The Sangha includes practitioners of all levels--from complete beginner to very experienced--and all are welcome! About Lew Richmond Chikudo Lew Richmond is an ordained disciple of Zen Master Shunryu Suzuki. half average 30 minutes while the other half average 60 minutes. HEALING LAZARUS. is www. and commentaries--in the context of modern American householder life. published in February.org The Vimala Sangha was formed in June. and a lineage holder in that tradition. Some good meditation instructions. A Buddhist's Journey from Near Death to New Life .VERY GOOD 3 Key points of Suzuki-Roshi's Teaching--Summary Class I Mindfulness. and A WHOLE LIFE'S WORK. Beginning in 1967.

LITTLE BIT “MUSHY” BUT QUITE AUDIBLE buddhism101 buddhism101-2 karma three marks of existence wildflower liturgy talk 86 . thus serving prisoners on release by enabling them. talks given to prisoners. Sound Quality:. Good basic Buddhism. sitting in dynamic. to reenter society with a disciplined.The Engaged Zen Foundation www. Our initial goal was to urge prisoners to use the time available during imprisonment to foster the practice of zazen.engaged-zen. patient. lucid awareness. through their own efforts. nonviolent and compassionate frame of mind.org The Engaged Zen Foundation is an independent organization originally founded to foster zazen (seated contemplative meditation) practice in prison. Meditative training alters the functioning of the mind of the practitioner and these changes manifest with the development of positive perspectives on life.

Students and visitors eat together. I particularly like the Kido chanting.VERY GOOD Chanting at Esalen Institute. 2 January 2006 Yong Maeng Jong Jin dharma talk #1 87 . the first Korean Zen Master to live and teach in the West. Sound Quality:.com The Kwan Um School The Kwan Um School of Zen is an international organization of more than a hundred centers and groups founded by Zen Master Seung Sahn.kwanumzen. August 8 1977 Dharma talk at Providence Zen Center. January 2 1977 Dharma talk at Providence Zen Center. The heart of the Kwan Um School of Zen is the daily practice which goes on in its Zen centers and groups. The speaker. Zen Master Seung Sahn. and meditate together -. Fall 1975 Dharma talk at Insight Meditation Center Dharma talk at New Haven Zen Center. July 28 1977 Dharma talk in Woodstock. January 3 1977 Dharma talk at Providence Zen Center. The School's purpose is to make this practice of Zen Buddhism available to an ever-growing number of students throughout the world. Talks are very deep.gradually attaining a clear compassionate mind which moment to moment is able to help all beings. March 2 1977 Dharma talk at New Haven Zen Center Dharma talk at Providence Zen Center #1 Dharma talk at Providence Zen Center #2 Dharma talk at Providence Zen Center #3 Dharma talk at Providence Zen Center. has quite a strong accent but it’s worth persevering. Bit different as this is Korean Zen. work together. January 5 1977 Dharma talk at Providence Zen Center. August 1976 Kido Chanting Opening talk at Winter Kyol Che.The Kwan Um School www. August 10 1977 Dharma talk at Providence Zen Center.

priories (local temples). and adherence to the Buddhist Precepts. Master Daizui MacPhillamy was then elected and served as Head of the Order until his death in April 2003. now Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey. Canada. the Netherlands.Zen in Japan.Order of Buddhist Contemplatives www. Germany. was founded in northern California.org The Order of Buddhist Contemplatives is dedicated to the practice of the Serene Reflection Meditation tradition. A must for the Zen group! Sound Quality:. in the north of England. Rev. and meditation groups led by priests of our lineage in Britain. A year later. Master Kennett served as the first Abbess of Shasta Abbey and Head of the Order until she died in 1996. A British-born Buddhist master trained in Malaysia and Japan. Shasta Abbey. Master Jiyu-Kennett to serve as the international umbrella organization for the monasteries. Master Kennett came to the United States in 1969. The Order provides opportunities for Buddhist practice at introductory and advanced levels to lay people and offers training programs for women and men in both the lay ministry and the priesthood. In 1972 she founded Throssel Hole Priory. and the United States. a Buddhist seminary and training monastery. Rev.obcon. He was succeeded by the current Head of the Order.GOOD Dharma talk on Enlightenment Day JosephGoldstein_072704_WisdomCompassion Opening the Heart RM Daishin--Stop and See RM Daizui Meaning of Being Buddhist RM Eko Training Amidst Tragedy RM Jisho Brahma's Net--The 10 Decisions RM Jiyu Intro to Zen Training the Buddha's Enlightenment 88 . Rev. The Order was incorporated in 1983 by Rev. Rev. Master HaryoYoung. mindfulness in daily life. The practice of the Order emphasizes serene reflection meditation. known as Ts'ao-Tung Ch'an in China and So-to.

Halloween Dharma Zencast 25 .Foundations of Buddhist Life 2 . Sound Quality:.Mindfulness of Breathing Zencast 26 .Zen Stories Zencast 20 .Thich Nhat Hanh in Vietnam Zencast 9 ..Part 2 Zencast 32 .Intro to Meditation Class 1 Zencast 10 .Refreshing Our Hearts Zencast 29 .Intro to Meditation Class 4 Zencast 13 .Thoughts .Intro to Meditation Class 3 Zencast 12 .libsyn.Part 1 Zencast 31 .Silence 89 Zencast 30 .Intro to Meditation Class 5 Zencast 14 .Foundations of Buddhist Life 1 Zencast 36 .Love Zencast 21 ..Introduction to Concentration Zencast 6 .Zencast. Speakers include Gil Fronsdal.No Ego.com/ These talks are all Podcast and as such new talks are being added all the time.Fear Zencast 15 .Part 2 Zencast 28 .Transformation Zencast 19 .Saying Yes Zencast 24 .VERY GOOD 01_Work_Practice Dadulnyenkyong Zencast 1 Zencast 2 Zencast 3 Zencast 4 . No Fear .Basic Buddhism 1 Zencast 34 .Walking Meditation Zencast 35 .Being Present Zencast 22 .No Ego.Impermanence Zencast 23 .Intro to Meditation Class 2 Zencast 11 . some is better than others.Compassion Zencast 17 . Thich Nhat Hanh & Robina Courtin . David Pinto.Thoughts .Mental Noting Zencast 33 . No Fear . One curious aspect of these talks is that they are proceeded by some music.Part 1 Zencast 27 .Mindfulness and Peace Zencast 7 .The Four Noble Truths Zencast 8 .Now Zencast 18 .Swans Zencast 16 .Zen Garden Zencast 5 .org http://amberstar.

Kurukulla Centre for Tibetan Buddhist Studies www. Sound Quality:. some over two and a half hours!This is often because they are in Tibetan with translation.VERY GOOD Chiu-Nan Lai Healing Rejuvenation 08-01-04 Choden Rinpoche Atisha Lamp 11-08-04 Choden Rinpoche Atisha Lamp 11-10-04 Choden Rinpoche Atisha Lamp 11-12-04 Choden Rinpoche Atisha Lamp 11-13-04 David Kittlestrom How Karma works 1 David Kittlestrom How Karma works 2 David Kittlestrom How Karma works 3 David Kittlestrom Mind Potential 01-13-05 David Kittlestrom Mind Potential 01-27-05 David Kittlestrom Mind Potential 02-03-05 Geshe Ngawang Buddhist Fundamentals 02-0804 Geshe Ngawang Foundation Good Qualities 0109-05 Geshe Ngawang Foundations Good Qualities 0919-04 Geshe Ngawang Tenets Overview 02-11-04 Geshe Tsulga 70 Topics 03-30-05 Geshe Tsulga 70 Topics 04-06-05 Geshe Tsulga 70 Topics 04-13-05 Geshe Tsulga 70 Topics 04-20-05 Geshe Tsulga 70 Topics 04-27-05 90 Geshe Tsulga 70 Topics 05-04-05 Geshe Tsulga 70 Topics 05-11-05 Geshe Tsulga Foundation All Good 10-24-04 Geshe Tsulga Foundation All Good 10-27-04 Geshe Tsulga Foundation All Good 10-31-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 01-18-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 01-25-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 02-01-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 02-22-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 02-29-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 03-07-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 03-14-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 03-21-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 03-28-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 04-04-04 Geshe Tsulga Path Enlightenment 04-11-04 Geshe Tsulga Path To Enlightenment 03-27-05 Geshe Tsulga Path To Enlightenment 04-03-05 Geshe Tsulga Path To Enlightenment 04-10-05 Geshe Tsulga Path To Enlightenment 04-24-05 Geshe Tsulga Path To Enlightenment 05-01-05 Geshe Tsulga Path To Enlightenment 05-08-05 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 07-16-03 . and related activities. Lama Zopa Rinpoche. one of the first lamas to bring Tibetan Buddhism to the West. so you can fast forward to the English. and continues today under the direction of his heart disciple. healing and retreat centers. The FPMT was founded by Lama Thubten Yeshe. nunneries. monasteries.org Founded in 1989. publishing houses. a worldwide network of over one hundred and twenty Tibetan Buddhist centers. Kurukulla Center is the Boston area chapter of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT). and with the inspiration of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Very long talks.kurukulla.

kurukulla.Kurukulla Centre for Tibetan Buddhist Studies www.org Geshe Tsulga Tenets 07-23-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 07-30-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 08-06-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 08-13-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 08-20-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 08-27-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 09-03-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 09-24-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 10-01-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 10-08-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 10-15-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 10-22-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 10-29-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 11-05-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 12-10-03 Geshe Tsulga Tenets 12-17-03 Geshe Tsulga Vows Bodhisattva 06-09-04 Geshe Tsulga Vows Bodhisattva 06-16-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 01-14-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 01-21-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 01-28-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 02-18-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 02-25-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 03-03-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 04-18-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 05-16-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 05-23-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 06-13-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 06-20-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 06-27-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 07-11-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 07-18-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 07-25-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 08-08-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 08-11-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 08-18-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 08-22-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 08-25-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 08-29-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 09-01-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 09-07-03 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 09-08-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 09-12-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 09-15-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 09-22-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 09-26-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 09-29-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 10-03-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 10-05-03A Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 10-05-03B Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 10-06-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 10-13-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 10-17-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 10-19-03 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 10-20-04 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 10-26-03 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 11-02-03 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 12-14-03 Geshe Tsulga Way Bodhisattva 12-21-03 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 03-10-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 03-17-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 03-24-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 03-31-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 05-02-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 05-12-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 05-19-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 06-02-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 06-23-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 06-30-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 07-07-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 07-15-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 07-21-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 07-28-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons 08-04-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons-04-07-04 Geshe Tsulga Wheel Sharp Weapons-04-21-04 HHDL7 Khensur Rinpoche Lamrim Teaching 05-08-04(1) 91 .

Kurukulla Centre for Tibetan Buddhist Studies www.org Khensur Rinpoche Lamrim Teaching 05-08-04 Nick Ribush Daily Practice 01-16-05 Nick Ribush Daily Practice 01-23-05 Nick Ribush Daily Practice 02-06-05 Nick Ribush Daily Practice 11-28-04 Nick Ribush Daily Practice 12-05-04 Nick Ribush Daily Practice 12-12-04 Nick Ribush Discovering Buddhism Refuge 0610-04 Nick Ribush Discovering Buddhism Refuge 0617-04 Nick Ribush Discovering Buddhism Refuge 0708-04-B Nick Ribush Discovering Buddhism Refuge 0722-04 Nick Ribush Discovering Buddhism Refuge 0805-04 Nick Ribush Ganden Hla Gyema Retreat 07-17-04 Nick Ribush Guru Devotion 01-05-05 Nick Ribush Guru Devotion 12-01-04 Nick Ribush Guru Devotion 12-15-04 Nick Ribush How To Meditate 03-24-05 Nick Ribush How To Meditate 03-31-05 Nick Ribush How To Meditate 04-07-05 Nick Ribush How To Meditate 04-14-05 Nick Ribush How To Meditate 04-21-05 Nick Ribush How To Meditate 04-28-05 Nick Ribush Intro Tantra 09-16-04 Nick Ribush Intro Tantra 10-14-04 Nick Ribush Intro Tantra 10-28-04 Nick Ribush Intro Tantra 12-02-04 Thubten Chodron Hurtful Words Healing Words 04-10-05 Thubten Chodron Relation With Dharma 04-0805 Ven Ngawang Tenley Develop Good Nature 0130-05 Ven Ngawang Tenley Guru Devotion 03-13-05 Ven Rita Riniker Buddhism Nutshell 04-26-04 Ven Rita Riniker Buddhism Nutshell Pt2 05-0304 Ven Rita Riniker Health Minds Pt1 04-28-04 Ven Rita Riniker Healthy Minds 05-05-04 Ven Rita Riniker Milarepa 8Verses1-05-01-04 Ven Rita Riniker Milarepa 8Verses2-05-01-04 Ven Rita Riniker Milarepa 8Verses3-05-01-04 Ven Rita Riniker Milarepa 8Verses4-05-01-04 Ven Rita Riniker Milarepa 8Verses5-05-01-04 Ven Rita Riniker Milarepa 8Verses6-05-01-04 Ven Rita Riniker Milarepa 8VersesIntroTalk-0501-04 Ven Rita Riniker Milarepa Awareness1-05-01-04 Ven Rita Riniker Milarepa Awareness2-05-01-04 Ven Rita Riniker Staying Calm 04-25-04 Ven Robina Courtin 010704-A Ven Robina Courtin 010704-B Ven Robina Courtin 010804-A Ven Robina Courtin 010804-B Ven Robina Courtin 01-10-04 Ven Robina Courtin 01-11-04 Ven Robina Courtin 8 Worldly Dharmas 02-2405 Ven Robina Courtin Beyond Self Doubt 03-02-05 Ven Robina Courtin Compassion Buddha 03-0405 Ven Robina Courtin Compassion Buddha 03-0505 Ven Robina Courtin Compassion Buddha 03-0605 Ven Robina Courtin Finding Freedom 02-20-05 Ven Robina Courtin Lam Rim 02-25-05 Ven Robina Courtin Lam Rim 02-26-05 Ven Robina Courtin Lam Rim 02-27-05 Ven Robina Courtin Manage Anger 02-28-05 Ven Robina Courtin Practical Dharma 02-21-05 Ven Tenzin Priyadarshi Disciples Buddha 02-1504 92 .kurukulla.

co. He teaches in English and is well-known for his warmth and practical approach to modern-day life. but it is in Tibetan! Sound Quality:. and to develop local community services. One is only 48 seconds long. Our resident teacher is Geshe Tashi Tsering. Good talks all different lengths.VERY GOOD Denma Locho Rinpoche Peace and Humanity Gareth Sparham Buddhist Morality-1 Buddhist Morality-2 Buddhist Morality-3 Geshe Sopa Rinpoche Confessional Buddhas-1 Confessional Buddhas-2 Geshe Tashi Tsering Dealing with anger 1 Dealing with anger 2 Dealing with anger 3 Dealing with anger 4 Dealing with anger 5 Developing a daily practice 1 Developing a daily practice 2 Developing a daily practice 3 93 Developing a daily practice 4 Introduction to Buddhism-1 Introduction to Buddhism-2 Introduction to Buddhism-3 Introduction to Buddhism-4 Introduction to Buddhism-5 Introduction to Buddhism-6 Introduction to Buddhism-7 Introduction to Buddhism-8 Introduction to Buddhism-9 Shamatha Meditation 1 Shamatha Meditation 2 Shamatha Meditation 3 Shamatha Meditation 4 Shamatha Meditation 5 Shamatha Meditation 6 Spiritual Path With Heart 1 Spiritual Path With Heart 2 Spiritual Path With Heart 3 Spiritual Path With Heart 4 Spiritual Path With Heart 5 Spiritual Path With Heart 6 Geshe Namgyal Wangchen Thought Transformation-1 .Jamyang Buddhist Centre www. Since its establishment in 1978. our main aims are to provide Buddhist teachings to everyone interested.jamyang. Jamyang Buddhist Centre is a member of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT).uk Jamyang is a centre for meditation and the study of Tibetan Buddhism in the heart of London. who studied for his Lharampa Geshe degree (the equivalent of a PhD) at Sera-mey Monastic University in South India.

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so you can fast forward to the English.Lam Rim Radio www. Some very good ones from the Dalai Lama. is the method used in almost all the world's Buddhist traditions in one form or another. Dzogchen. The sect to which HH Dalai Lama belongs calls Tsong Khapa's great text. Lam Dre. This is often because they are in Tibetan with translation. the Lam Rim teachings. comprise a graduated path to wisdom that is usually associated with the Gelugpas. Lam Rim The first. but is used by all schools of Tibetan Buddhism and.VERY GOOD Dalai Lama Heart Sutra Heart Sutra pt1-051701 Heart Sutra pt2-051701 Heart Sutra pt3-051801 Heart Sutra pt4-051801 Heart Sutra pt5-051901 Heart Sutra pt6-051901 Peace Through Inner Peace Instructions on the Garland of Views World Peace Through Inner Peace Garland of Views-Part 1 Garland of Views-Part 2 Garland of Views-Part 3 Garland of Views-Part 4 Happiness and Responsibility Happiness in a Material World Lamp for the Path-01 Lamp for the Path-02 Lamp for the Path-03 Lamp for the Path-04 Lamp for the Path-05 Mind Science Conference QandA-Lamp for the Path-01 QandA-Lamp for the Path-02 Students Forum Universal Responsibility The Path of Liberation Teachings Path of Liberation-01 Path of Liberation-01a Path of Liberation-02 Path of Liberation-02a Path of Liberation-03 Path of Liberation-03a Path of Liberation-04 Path of Liberation-04a Path of Liberation-05 95 Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment Gyuto Monks-Chanting Gyuto Monks-Tsog Offering .com You may already have encountered the terms Lam Rim." Again some very long talks.lamrim. These are the designations of systems or methods. Mahamudra and Maha Ati. known as the Great Lam Rim (Lam Rim Chenmo) "the definitive teachings on the Path to Enlightenment. since it refers to a gradual and ordered system. Sound Quality:. views or attitudes that are characteristic of various schools of Tibetan Buddhism.

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Part3 Ven.Part 1 The Three Principal Paths .Lam Rim Radio www.Part 1 Prayers and Chants Four Immeasurables-English Four Immeasurables-Mandarin Four Immeasurables-Tibetan HHDL Long Life-English HHDL Long Life-Mandarin HHDL Long Life-Tibetan Refuge and Bodhichitta Refuge Bodhichitta-English Refuge Bodhichitta-Mandarin Refuge Bodhichitta-Tibetan Tara Praises-English Tara Praises-Mandarin Tara Praises-Tibetan The Seven Limbs-English The Seven Limbs-Mandarin The Seven Limbs-Tibetan Tubten Pende Meditation on Impermanence NewMillennium .lamrim.Part 2 Four Noble Truths .Part 1 NewMillennium .Part 2 Lama Zopa Rinpoche Diamond Cutter Sutra Lung Diamond Cutter Sutra pt1 Diamond Cutter Sutra pt2 . Choden Rinpoche LamRim-01 LamRim-02 LamRim-03 LamRim-04 LamRim-05 LamRim-06 LamRim-07 LamRim-08 LamRim-09 LamRim-10 LamRim-11 LamRim-12 97 Lama Thubten Yeshe The Three Principal Paths .Part 1 Four Noble Truths .Part 3 Lamp for the Path .Part 2 NewMillennium .Part 1 Message of Love .com Tantric Grounds and Paths-01B Tantric Grounds and Paths-02A Tantric Grounds and Paths-02B Tantric Grounds and Paths-03A Tantric Grounds and Paths-03B Tantric Grounds and Paths-04A Tantric Grounds and Paths-04B Tantric Grounds and Paths-05A Tantric Grounds and Paths-05B Tantric Grounds and Paths-06A Tantric Grounds and Paths-06B Tantric Grounds and Paths-07A Tantric Grounds and Paths-07B Tantric Grounds and Paths-08A Tantric Grounds and Paths-08B Tantric Grounds and Paths-09A Tantric Grounds and Paths-09B Tantric Grounds and Paths-10A Tantric Grounds and Paths-10B Tantric Grounds and Paths-11A Tantric Grounds and Paths-11B Tantric Grounds and Paths-12A Tantric Grounds and Paths-12B Tantric Grounds and Paths-13A Tantric Grounds and Paths-13B Tantric Grounds and Paths-14A Tantric Grounds and Paths-14B Tantric Grounds and Paths-15A Tantric Grounds and Paths-15B Tantric Grounds and Paths-16A Tantric Grounds and Paths-16B Tantric Grounds and Paths-17A Tantric Grounds and Paths-17B Tantric Grounds and Paths-18A Tantric Grounds and Paths-18B Tantric Grounds and Paths-19A Tantric Grounds and Paths-19B Tantric Grounds and Paths-20A Tantric Grounds and Paths-20B Ngawang Chotak Four Noble Truths .

Thubten Chodron How to Develop Wisdom How to Live without Fear and Worry Karma and Your Life 'Lamrim'-the gradual path to enlightenment Open Heart.Part 1 Exchanging Self .Part 2 Ven.Lam Rim Radio www. Sarah Thresher Healing the Pain Mind of Freedom .com LamRim-13 LamRim-14 LamRim-15 LamRim-16 LamRim-17 LamRim-18 LamRim-19 LamRim-20 Three Principals of the Path . Tenzin Palmo Wisdom of Emptiness Ven. Robina Courtin Cause and Effect Changing the Mind Importance of Bodhicitta Liberation from Suffering One Being Human Transforming the Mind Wheel of Life Why Bad Things Happen Prayers and Chants Four Immeasurables-English Four Immeasurables-Mandarin Four Immeasurables-Tibetan HHDL Long Life-English HHDL Long Life-Mandarin HHDL Long Life-Tibetan Refuge and Bodhichitta Refuge Bodhichitta-English Refuge Bodhichitta-Mandarin Refuge Bodhichitta-Tibetan Tara Praises-English Tara Praises-Mandarin Tara Praises-Tibetan The Seven Limbs-English The Seven Limbs-Mandarin The Seven Limbs-Tibetan Ven.Part 1 Three Principals of the Path . Clear Mind 2 Taming the Mind Taming the Monkey Mind Working with Anger Ven.Pt 2 Ultimate Healing-01 Ultimate Healing-02 Ultimate Healing-03 Ultimate Healing-04 Ultimate Healing-05 Ultimate Healing-06 Ultimate Healing-07 Ultimate Healing-08 Ultimate Healing-09 Ultimate Healing-10 Ultimate Healing-11 Ultimate Healing-12 Ultimate Healing-13 Ultimate Healing-14 98 . Ribur Rinpoche Exchanging Self .Pt 1 Mind of Freedom . Clear Mind 1 Open Heart.lamrim.Part 2 Ven.

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Milindapanha and Nagasenabhikshu Sutra - A Comparative Study Mindfulness in Plain English Relatives and Disciples of the Buddha Right View - The Sammaditthi Sutta and its Commentary Seeing the way Small Pali-English Glossary of Buddhist Terms Starting Out Small - A Collection of Talks for Beginning Medita... The Abhidharma The Buddha and His Teachings The Coming Buddha, Ariya Metteyya The Concept of Personality Revealed Through The Pancanikaya The Gentle Way of Buddhist Meditation The Jhanas in Theravada Buddhist Meditation The Life of the Buddha The Mind in Early Buddhism The Noble Eightfold Path Theravada - Mahayana Buddhism Theravada Buddhism in Vietnam What Buddhists Believe What is Buddhism What is Theravada Buddhism 2 What is Theravada Buddhism What is Theravada Word of the Buddha

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8 Talks on Vipassana Meditation Access and Fixed Concentration Basic Breath Meditation Instructions Basic Insight Meditation Beginning Insight Meditation Benefits of Long-term Meditation Breath Meditation Condensed Buddhism, The only real science Buddhist Meditation Buddhist Pilgrim's Progress Buddho Children's Direct Seeing Conceit and Meditation Condensed Breath Meditation Contemplation of Feelings Control and freedom Crossing the Ocean of Life Cultivate Tranquility, Harvest Insight Deep insight Disenchantment Don't You Teach Buddhism Eight Types of Knowledge Even the Best Meditators Have Old Wounds to Heal Experiences in Meditation Fistful of Sand Formless Meditation Gift of Dhamma Guided Meditation, Bhikkhu Thanissaro Insight Meditation - Basic and progressive stages Instructions to Insight meditation Introduction to Insight Meditation Introduction to Mental Culture Introduction to Vipassana Meditation jahn's Sao Teaching Jhana Not by the Numbers Jhanas, Concentration, and Wisdom Joy at last to know there is no happiness in the world Looking inward Meditating at Home Meditating on No-Self Meditation Instructions (For Loving-kindness Meditation and Vipas... Meditation of the Breath Meditation, The Heart of Buddhism Mindfulness and Compassion Mindfulness of Feeling Mindfulness with Breathing
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A Conversation with John Cianciosi (formerly, Ajahn Jagaro) A day in the life, A monk on Fearless Mountain A Forest Monk and a Zen Roshi A happy married life A Question of Skill A Ripple in a Pond A Simple Forest Monk A talk of Kamma, Rebirth and Suffering A Thai perspective on socially engaged Buddhism Admirable Friendship Affirming the Truths of the Heart, The Buddhist Teachings on Samv... Aging and Dying Ajahn Chah Subhatto, An Appreciation & Personal Recollection Ajahn Chah's Wisdom Ajahn Sumedho Interviewed Alayavijnana - Store Consciousness American Buddhists, who are they An Extraordinary Yet Ordinary Human Being An Interview with Bhikkhu Bodhi An Iridescence on the Water Anatta (Non-self) and Kamma (Karma), The Best Kept Secret in the ... Are you Herbivore or Carnivore Attachment Basic Buddhism - A Modern Introduction to the Buddha's Teaching Being nobody Beyond Being and Non-Being Beyond Boredom and Depression Beyond the Self Position Bodhisattva Ideal in Buddhism Born Again Brief History of the Great Councils Bringing the Teachings Alive Buddhism - An Introduction Buddhism 101 - Be a lamp upon yourself Buddhism and Economic Justice Buddhism and God Buddhism and Thai Society Buddhism and the God-Idea Buddhism and Tolerance for diversity of religion and belief Buddhism and Vegetarianism

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