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03healing.mp3
03healing.mp3Healing Painful Emotions3695 viewsHealing painful emotions are instructions for some options to deal with 1. strong physical sensations and 2. difficult emotions if they are arise. It requires that the listener has already developed some skill with meditation for it to be effective. These tracks are not really guided meditations but more instructions for some options for dealing with uncomfortable physical sensations and emotions.
DeadNightEng.pdf
DeadNightEng.pdfIn the Dead of Night3414 viewsI had been driving all day on a long, lonely, dusty road. Night had already fallen when I decided to rest. I still had a long way to go and I felt very tired. This book deals with people's fear and emotions with some scary, but humorous illustrations by Joel Israel. [42 pages]
huxter_healing_painful_emotions.mp3
huxter_healing_painful_emotions.mp3Healing Painful Emotions933 viewsHealing painful emotions are instructions for some options to deal with 1. strong physical sensations and 2. difficult emotions if they are arise. It requires that the listener has already developed some skill with meditation for it to be effective. These tracks are not really guided meditations but more instructions for some options for dealing with uncomfortable physical sensations and emotions.

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x44.mp3Working with Feelings and Emotions569 viewsIt is difficult for a meditator to make progress in Vipassana meditation until he or she has come to terms with feelings and emotions, as the practice itself, at least in the early stages, can bring up intense and persistent feelings and their associated emotions. So this talk deals with how to work with your feelings and emotions in meditation.
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