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Sandra Weinberg's Dharma Talks at New York Insight Meditation Center
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2015-01-05 The Buddha & Bill W, January 32:48
2500 years ago the Buddha said craving and attachment is the cause of suffering. In the 1930’s Bill Wilson started the first Twelve-Step program that worked with a deep form of craving and suffering: addictions. In these monthly meetings, we explore the ways that Buddhism and the Steps support and complement each other and can deepen our spiritual lives. The meetings include Buddhist meditation practices, interactive exercises, dharma talks and discussion. The evenings are open to all who are interested. You need not be in a Twelve Step program nor have a background in Buddhism.
Buddha & Bill W. Sangha
2014-12-01 The Buddha & Bill W. - December 2014 - 1:12:32
2500 years ago the Buddha said craving and attachment is the cause of suffering. In the 1930’s Bill Wilson started the first Twelve-Step program that worked with a deep form of craving and suffering: addictions. In these monthly meetings, we explore the ways that Buddhism and the Steps support and complement each other and can deepen our spiritual lives. The meetings include Buddhist meditation practices, interactive exercises, dharma talks and discussion. The evenings are open to all who are interested. You need not be in a Twelve Step program nor have a background in Buddhism.
NYI Regular Talks
2014-10-06 The Buddha & Bill W. - October 2014 1:27:00
2500 years ago the Buddha said craving and attachment is the cause of suffering. In the 1930’s Bill Wilson started the first Twelve-Step program that worked with a deep form of craving and suffering: addictions. In these monthly meetings, we explore the ways that Buddhism and the Steps support and complement each other and can deepen our spiritual lives. The meetings include Buddhist meditation practices, interactive exercises, dharma talks and discussion. The evenings are open to all who are interested. You need not be in a Twelve Step program nor have a background in Buddhism.
Buddha & Bill W. Sangha
2014-08-04 Buddha & Bill W. Sangha - August 2014 - 34:06
2014-06-02 Buddha & Bill W. - June 2014 68:23
2500 years ago the Buddha said craving and attachment is the cause of suffering. In the 1930’s Bill Wilson started the first Twelve-Step program that worked with a deep form of craving and suffering: addictions. In these monthly meetings, we explore the ways that Buddhism and the Steps support and complement each other and can deepen our spiritual lives. The meetings include Buddhist meditation practices, interactive exercises, dharma talks and discussion. The evenings are open to all who are interested. You need not be in a Twelve Step program nor have a background in Buddhism. Fee by donation: Suggested starting donation is $15 but whatever you offer is greatly appreciated and no one is ever turned away for lack of funds. For this event all donations are split evenly between the teacher(s) and NYI.
Buddha & Bill W. Sangha
2014-03-03 Buddha & Bill W. Sangha - March 2014 32:39
Step Three
Buddha & Bill W. Sangha
2014-02-03 Buddha & Bill W. Sangha: Addiction & Recovery 53:55
Buddha & Bill W. Sangha: Addiction & Recovery. Step 2.
Buddha & Bill W. Sangha
2014-01-06 Buddha & Bill W. Sangha 39:49
Step One- 2500 years ago the Buddha said craving and attachment is the cause of suffering. In the 1930’s Bill Wilson started the first Twelve-Step program that worked with a deep form of craving and suffering: addictions. In these monthly meetings, we explore the ways that Buddhism and the Steps support and complement each other and can deepen our spiritual lives. The meetings include Buddhist meditation practices, interactive exercises, dharma talks and discussion.
Buddha & Bill W. Sangha
2013-12-02 Buddha and Bill 30:54
In the 1930’s Bill Wilson started the first Twelve-Step program that worked with a deep form of craving and suffering: addictions. In these monthly meetings, we explore the ways that Buddhism and the Steps support and complement each other and can deepen our spiritual lives. The meetings include Buddhist meditation practices, interactive exercises, dharma talks and discussion. The evenings are open to all who are interested. You need not be in a Twelve Step program nor have a background in Buddhism.
Buddha & Bill W. Sangha
2013-11-04 Buddha and Bill W. Sangha Nov 4, 2013 43:37
Buddha & Bill W. Sangha

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