The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
 
Larry Rosenberg's Dharma Talks at Cambridge Insight Meditation Center
Larry Rosenberg
The method I use most in teaching is anapanasati or mindfulness with breathing. Breath awareness supports us while we investigate the entire mind-body process. It helps calm the mind and gives us a graceful entry into a state of choiceless awareness--a place without agendas, where we are not for or against whatever turns up in the moment.
2004-06-09 Self Knowing: A Quiet Passion 1:21:55
2002-06-05 Self Knowing - A Quiet Passion (6) 1:46:15
CIMC Wednesday Talks
2002-05-15 Self Knowing - A Quiet Passion (5) 1:33:13
CIMC Wednesday Talks
2002-02-20 Self Knowing - A Quiet Passion (4) 47:57
CIMC Wednesday Talks
2001-12-12 Self Knowing - A Quiet Passion (3) 1:54:22
CIMC Wednesday Talks
2001-11-21 Self Knowing - A Quiet Passion (2) 1:50:36
CIMC Wednesday Talks
2001-09-19 Self-knowing And The Terrorist Crisis 55:04
Being able to connect with an inner silence amidst the outer turmoil will help the mind become clear and find beneficial ways to meet the challenges that face us. Many issues surrounding the crisis are discussed. Encouragement and suggestions are given for putting the teachings to the test of practice at a critical time.
In collection In Response to September 11
2001-09-19 Self-knowing And The Terrorist Crisis Q&A 54:44
Please note that some of the comments and questions from the audience in this segment may be difficult to hear, but the main speaker is not.
In collection In Response to September 11
2000-10-11 Pure Observation -- A Discussion 68:49
What does it mean "to observe". Questions and suggestions on the art of self observation.
CIMC Wednesday Talks
2000-08-09 Discussion On Practice 1:22:03
Discussion of various questions regarding practice.

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