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Dharma Talks given at New York Insight Meditation Center
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2005-06-01 Unlearning Dualism 37:59
  Jose Reissig
Dualism can be described as a polarity project. We polarize our options as desirable or undesirable, and lose interest in that which does not fall into either extreme. This duality provides a footing for clinging and for the birth of the I. Seeing through this charade helps us unlearn it.

2005-05-01 Unlearning Clinging 34:39
  Jose Reissig
Unlearning clinging is a corollary of unlearning permanence. This is so because clinging is futile as long as what we cling to is impermanent.

2005-02-26 Afflictive Emotions: Q&A 2 38:49
  Joseph Goldstein

2005-02-26 Afflictive Emotions: Q&A 1 31:23
  Joseph Goldstein

2005-02-26 Afflictive Emotions: Part 2 43:48
  Joseph Goldstein

2005-02-26 Afflictive Emotions: Part 1 42:27
  Joseph Goldstein

2005-02-26 Afflictive Emotions: Introduction and Meditation 15:47
  Joseph Goldstein

2003-01-28 The Question Of Non-Self 1:43:04
  Thanissaro Bhikkhu

2002-06-08 Vipassana Meditation In Daily Life 46:07
  Larry Rosenberg
Focus on bringing to our daily lives and relationships the same vitality, motivation and interest that characterizes our formal meditation practice.

2002-05-30 One Dharma 1:43:30
  Joseph Goldstein
The new western Buddhism is a deep pragmatism that harkens back to the Buddha himself. It is allegiance to a very simple question: “what works to free the mind from suffering?”

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