Truth Of Happiness Week Four Tuesday Sangha Q&A

This is a recording of the Truth Of Happiness course week four Tuesday class discussion and Q&A on integrating Shamatha-Vipassana meditation in the context of the Four Noble Truths and the broader framework of the Eightfold Path. This

Truth Of Happiness Week Four Talk Right View & Right Intention

This talk introduces the fourth week’s Truth Of Happiness course Dhamma study on the first two factors of the Eightfold Path, Right View and Right Intention. There were four new sangha members at this Saturday class and a brief synopsis of the first three weeks classes is included in this talk.

Truth Of Happiness Week Two Saturday Sangha Q&A

This is a recording of the Truth Of Happiness course week three Saturday class discussion and Q&A on integrating The Four Foundations Of Mindfulness into Shamatha-Vipassana meditation in the context of the Four Noble Truths and the broader framework of the Eightfold Path. This talk was recorded in Frenchtown NJ on December 19 2015.

The Four Noble Truths TOH Course Talk

This talk introduces the third week’s Truth Of Happiness course Dhamma study on developing understanding of The Four Noble Truths and how Shamatha-Vipassana meditation and the broader framework of the Eightfold Path supports release from craving and clinging and the cessation of dukkha. Included at the end of the talk is a twenty-minute Shamatha-Vipassana meditation session. The talk concludes with Metta Intentional Meditation. This talk was recorded in Frenchtown New Jersey on December 15, 2015.

Truth Of Happiness Week One Saturday Q&A

This is a recording of the Truth Of Happiness course week one Saturday class discussion and Q&A on how Shamatha-Vipassana meditation is developed in the context of the Four Noble Truths and the broader framework of the Eightfold Path. This talk was recorded in Frenchtown NJ on December 12 2015.

Truth Of Happiness Week One Sangha Q&A

This is a recording of the Truth Of Happiness course week one sangha discussion and Q&A on how Shamatha-Vipassana meditation is developed in the context of the Four Noble Truths and the broader framework of the Eightfold Path.

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