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Dharma Talks given at Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley
2012-01-04 Meditation and the Brain, Guided Meditation 43:02
  Drew Oman
Guided meditation, meditation instructions
In collection Featured Guided Meditations

2011-12-10 Deep Happiness by Venerable U Jagara and Shaila Catherine -First Guided Meditation 14:43
  Shaila Catherine
In collection Deep Happiness by Venerable U Jagara and Shaila Catherine

2011-12-10 Deep Happiness by Venerable U Jagara and Shaila Catherine - Guided Meditation on Loving-Kindness 29:22
  Sayadaw U Jagara
In collection Deep Happiness by Venerable U Jagara and Shaila Catherine

2011-12-10 Deep Happiness by Venerable U Jagara and Shaila Catherine - Guided Meditation 3 11:56
  Shaila Catherine
In collection Deep Happiness by Venerable U Jagara and Shaila Catherine

2011-12-10 Deep Happiness by Venerable U Jagara and Shaila Catherine 10:47
  Sayadaw U Jagara
In collection Deep Happiness by Venerable U Jagara and Shaila Catherine

2011-12-10 Deep Happiness by Venerable U Jagara and Shaila Catherine 66:59
These guided meditations and talks were given at a day-long program that explored the place of profound happiness in Buddhist practice. Although Buddhism is reputed to emphasize teachings on suffering, the teachings occur in the context of a path infused from beginning to end with contentment and joy. The teachings highlight the essential role that happiness plays in the development of our practice, from the enhancement of daily ease and well being, to the bliss that saturates the mind during meditation, and finally to the unsurpassed peace that comes with awakening.

2011-11-29 Seven Factors of Enlightenment 37:16
  Sayadaw U Jagara
Tuesday Talks—2011

2011-11-01 Travelling the Eightfold Path Towards Insight and Liberation 37:08
  Andrea Fella
Tuesday Talks—2011

2011-10-25 Who do I Think I AM?—Self, Not-self, and the Dharma 46:23
  Tony Bernhard
Tuesday Talks—2011

2011-10-18 Understanding Dukkha 43:50
  Kim Allen
Dukkha – variously rendered as suffering, unsatisfactoriness, stress, or struggle – is one of the three marks of existence. According to the teaching on the First Noble Truth, the task related to dukkha is to understand it. This talk examines what dukkha is and is not, and offers guidelines for exploring it deeply.
Tuesday Talks—2011

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