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Buddhadharma : Fall 2008
INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL Order the first two volumes of Abiding in Mindfulness now and pay only $111.92 (regular price $139.90), plus shipping is free with this offer (U.S. orders only; total savings: more than $40). For fastest service, call 800-333 -9185 to order (mention offer BDHSA and product code P226). Exclusive lifetime guarantee. TO ORDER NOW, CALL 800-333-9185 or visit www.soundstrue.com/special/am3 In the words of the Buddha, the four foundations of mindfulness (the four ) are “the direct path for the purification of beings, for the surmounting of sorrow and lamentation, for the disappearance of (suffering) and discontent, for acquiring the true method, for the realization of .” Within the quintessential discourse called the , we find the Buddha’s seminal teachings about the practice of meditation. On Abiding in Mindfulness, Volumes 1 and 2, esteemed teacher and Insight Meditation Society cofounder Joseph Goldstein presents a 16-CD audio curriculum to reveal the deeper insights of this vital sutta—and how it serves to inform and guide your own daily practice. Volume One: After clarifying the Buddha’s initial declaration of the “direct path” to awakening that is this sutta’s promise, Goldstein introduces you to the first , mindfulness of the body. Here, you will learn the cornerstone techniques for successful meditation practice, as taught by the Buddha himself. Volume Two: A comprehensive discourse about the second foundation, mindfulness of feelings. Listeners explore the qualities of “pleasantness, unpleasantness, or neutrality” that arise in every moment of experience. According to the sutta, it is close attention to each of these qualities that unlocks our deepest patterns of conditioning—and removes our greatest obstacles to liberation. Volume Two also includes instruction for the third and fourth foundations: Mindfulness of Mind and Mindfulness of Dhammas (or “categories of phenomena”). Goldstein elucidates the pragmatic discernment of skillful and wholesome mind states and their counterparts, how to work with hindrances and aggregates, and much more. Note: The forthcoming Abiding in Mindfulness, Volume 3, will contain remaining talks about the fourth foundation. All author proceeds from these three programs will be donated to the Insight Meditation Society’s Forest Refuge retreat center. SOUNDS TRUE PO Box 8010, Prior ity Code BDHSA, Boulder CO 80306 JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN . . . has been leading insight and lovingkindness meditation retreats worldwide since 1974. He is a cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, where he is one of the resident guiding teachers. In 1989, he helped establish the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies. He is the author of A Heart Full of Peace; One Dharma; Insight Meditation: The Practice of Freedom; and The Experience of Insight; and co-author of Seeking the Heart of Wisdom (with Jack Kornfield) and Insight Meditation: A Correspondence Course (with Sharon Salzberg). SAVE 20% +©DENISEMACHADO CURRICULUM HIGHLIGHTS Satipatthana Sutta explained to uproot it their fruits endeavor all practitioners share mindfulness, concentration, and wisdom and other of enlightenment vehicle of awakening to break free from their conditioning instructed noble disciple of others ways to maintain clear seeing of the self including teaching stories, poetry, practical exercises, a 36-page study guide, and more .. - Advanced Teachings on the Satipatthana Sutta From a Cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society .. - CADBDHSA_Fall08.indd 1 6/26/08 2:33:55 PM