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Joseph Goldstein has been a leading light for the practice of Insight and Loving Kindness meditation since his days in India and Burma where he studied with eminent masters of the tradition. In his podcast, The Insight Hour, Joseph delivers these essential mindfulness teachings in a practical and down to earth way that illuminates the practice through his own personal experience and wonderful story telling.
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I have two main aims in teaching. The first is to spread the dharma as widely as possible, offering it to as many different people as I can. The second is to teach a smaller number of people over sustained periods of time. This in-depth teaching engages my tremendous love for intensive, long-term meditation practice, where people can immerse themselves in the retreat experience and see how it transforms their understanding. Although deeply rooted in the Vipassana tradition of Theravada Buddh ...
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Taking a journey through the Buddha’s history, Joseph Goldstein reveals how we can relate the Bodhisattva’s experiences to our own lives. In this Episode, Joseph teaches on: The history of Siddhartha Guatama Archetypes and myths within the Buddha’s journey Connecting individual experiences into universal principals Joseph Campbell’s description of …
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Joseph Goldstein joins Rohan Gunatillake to share the meditative story of how he first learned to integrate his spirituality into everyday life. This episode was originally aired on Meditative Story, a podcast that combines the emotional pull of first-person storytelling with the immediate, science-backed benefits of mindfulness practice – all surr…
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Discussing the differences between knowing, awareness and wisdom, Joseph Goldstein helps deepen our insights into the nature of body and mind. This 2007 talk was originally published on Dharmaseed. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insight…
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Going through questions submitted by meditators on retreat, Jill Shepard asks Joseph about discernment and other Buddhist practices. This episode was recorded as part of a three-month retreat at the Insight Meditation Society and originally published by Dharmaseed In this episode, Joseph answers questions on: What it means to waste your suffering T…
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Describing how perceptions and constructs shape our experiences, Joseph Goldstein teaches on the concept of self. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insighthour In this episode, Joseph describes: The liberating jewel of the Buddha’s teachin…
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In this question-and-answer session, Joseph Goldstein explores skillful means for non-clinging, how to work with the comparing mind, the intricacies of walking meditation, and much more. This dharma talk, recorded on October 20, 2023, was originally published on Dharma Seed. In this episode of Insight Hour: Joseph offers a series of tips on walking…
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Joseph Goldstein delves into the concepts of loving-kindness, compassion, and the fear of discomfort. He highlights the transformative power of loving-kindness, mindfulness, and compassion in overcoming fears and limitations, ultimately fostering genuine happiness. This dharma talk, recorded on February 18, 1997, was originally published on Dharma …
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Joseph Goldstein expounds upon the relationship between thought and emotion as it relates to both our spiritual practice and our daily lives. This dharma talk, recorded on June 4, 2013, was originally published on Dharma Seed. In this lecture, Joseph: Dissects the nuanced meaning of the Pali word sati, often translated as "mindfulness" Highlights t…
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Joseph Goldstein investigates the links between suffering, compassion, and the concept of the self. This dharma talk, recorded on July 2, 1994, was originally published on Dharma Seed. In this talk, Joseph: Breaks down the three kinds of suffering according to the Buddha Advises us to remain open to suffering, reminding us that avoiding or resistin…
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Joseph Goldstein dissects the Buddha’s most simple but fundamental lessons: to avoid what is unwholesome, to perform good actions, and to purify the mind. This dharma talk, recorded on September 26, 1991, was originally published on Dharma Seed. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own license…
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Joseph Goldstein dissects the concept of meditation from the what, to the why, to the how. This dharma talk was recorded on July 8, 2007, at the Insight Meditation Society and was originally published on Dharma Seed. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: bet…
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Joseph Goldstein examines the mental factor of equanimity through the lens of the Eight Vicissitudes and the brahmavihārā. This dharma talk from April 17, 2012, was recorded at the Insight Meditation Society and originally published on Dharma Seed. In this lecture, Joseph: Defines equanimity as neutrality of mind and the quality of evenness Draws a…
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(Insight Meditation Society - Online) In this special group mentorship program, IMS co-founder Joseph Goldstein offers support to meditators seeking to unlock the secrets of deep practice. The program offers a rare opportunity to ask questions that may be shared by others and to receive customized instruction while being in community and learning f…
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(Insight Meditation Society - Online) In this special group mentorship program, IMS co-founder Joseph Goldstein offers support to meditators seeking to unlock the secrets of deep practice. The program offers a rare opportunity to ask questions that may be shared by others and to receive customized instruction while being in community and learning f…
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In this episode, Joseph Goldstein reflects on the meaning of emptiness on the spiritual path and examines ways in which we can work toward enlightenment. This dharma talk was recorded on April 16, 1989, and was originally published on Dharma Seed. In this talk, Joseph touches on: The meaning of emptiness The such-ness of things The 10,000 joys, the…
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Joseph Goldstein continues his discussion of bodhicitta – the awakened heart. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insighthour In this lecture, Joseph: Reminds us that obstructions and defilements of thought are not intrinsic to the mind Prov…
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Joseph Goldstein discusses enlightenment through the lens of the aspirational mental quality of bodhicitta – the awakened heart. This dharma talk from June 8, 2015, was recorded at the Insight Meditation Society and originally published on Dharma Seed In this lecture, Joseph: Teaches us that there are two understandings of bodhicitta: relative bodh…
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Joseph Goldstein explores the nexus between thought patterns, sense pleasures, renunciation, addiction, and the wisdom of "No". This dharma talk from October 24, 2012, was recorded at the Insight Meditation Society and originally published on Dharma Seed. In this lecture, Joseph: Encourages us to examine the content and nature of our own thoughts M…
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This time on the Insight Hour podcast, Joseph Goldstein helps us understand equanimity as a fundamental state of mind and the role it plays on the spiritual path. This dharma talk from July 22, 2023, was recorded at the Insight Meditation Society and originally published on Dharma Seed. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% …
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Joseph Goldstein leans on his decades of study and practice of the Dharma to answer a diverse range of spiritual and existential questions from his students and online retreat attendees. This dharma talk from May 14, 2023, was recorded at the Insight Meditation Society and originally published on Dharma Seed. In this Q&A style talk, Joseph answers …
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In this episode of the Insight Hour podcast, Joseph Goldstein delves into the nature of thought and provides valuable insights on cultivating mindfulness. This dharma talk from May 13, 2023, was recorded at the Insight Meditation Society and originally published on Dharma Seed. WIN A TRIP FOR YOU AND A FRIEND TO OUR 2023 MAUI RETREAT: Maui Retreat …
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Joseph Goldstein discusses the challenges of practicing liberation, awakening, and enlightenment in the context of a lay person’s life. “The Buddha said, ‘I have shown you the path to liberation. Now, liberation depends on you.’ This is really true. If you don’t take your life into your own hands, not even the Buddhas can make a difference. It’s up…
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Joseph Goldstein explores how karma and Samsara shape our lives and shares wisdom on integrating Dharma practice into our lives. Today's dharma talk from May 16, 2023, was recorded at the Insight Meditation Society and originally published on Dharma Seed This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your ow…
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Taking a journey into the vastness of the mind, Joseph Goldstein explores the creative power of consciousness. In this episode, Joseph Goldstein elucidates: Consciousness as the creator of our inner and outer worlds. The suffering that can come from an uncultivated mind Mental illness, obsessions, addictions and thought-loops Being a prisoner of ou…
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Joseph Goldstein explores the five Iddhis, or fulfillments of understanding, spoken of by the Buddha, and offers four different paths which can lead one to the completion of the fulfillments. “The Buddha spoke of five Iddhis, or five fulfillments of understanding. The first of them is the Iddhi of special knowledge, which means the knowledge or the…
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Joseph Goldstein explores the nature of Samsara, or endless wandering, and the three interdependent cycles of defilements, actions, and results that keep the wheel of Samsara rolling. “These three Kleshas in the mind – ignorance, craving, and grasping – they keep us moving around and around in this cycle of Samsara. There’s no balance in our lives,…
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Joseph Goldstein guides us through the steps of integrating the science of meditation with the art of meditation as a way of awakening within us the heart of wisdom. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insighthour “Through this integration, …
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Joseph Goldstein explores the different ways that we can strengthen and sharpen the five spiritual faculties that exercise a governing role in the mind when they are highly developed. “So out of the continuity of attention, the defilements have less strength. Because of this, the mind becomes more peaceful. We get a taste of a genuine inner peace, …
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Extricating us from dualist concepts of self and other, Joseph helps us move from the 'ego-center' to the 'zero-center' through opening to love. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insighthour “There are so many parts of our experience which…
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Joseph Goldstein talks about working with and opening to fear as he pinpoints the three types of deeply conditioned fears that keep us from recognizing our own Buddha nature. “What happens as proceed along this journey of practice is that we come to our edges, we come up to our boundaries of what is acceptable; what is acceptable in terms of physic…
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Joseph Goldstein explores the relationship of our meditation practice to the establishment of world peace by helping us understand the tendencies of the mind obstructing that peace. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insighthour “There is a…
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Joseph Goldstein explores the concept of dependent origination – the law of causality and conditioning – so we can understand the process that keeps us bound to the Wheel of Samsara. “In every moment of noticing, in every moment of being mindful, when there is no ignorance, when there is no delusion, when we are seeing things actually as they are, …
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(Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center) The challenge for us as laypeople practicing the dharma is to connect with the depth of the Buddha’s teachings on liberation in the midst of our daily life activities. This talk offers both a theoretical framework and practical exercises for putting these teachings into practice.…
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Joseph Goldstein explores wisdom from the Tao and talks about how we can learn to settle back into each moment and establish ourselves in the rhythm of experience. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insighthour “When we can settle back and …
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Joseph Goldstein examines what happiness is and how we get it, plus he outlines the very ordered stages of progress that occur on the path of insight and wisdom. “There’s another kind of happiness, which is higher even than the happiness of concentration, and that’s the happiness of insight, the happiness of wisdom, when we really come to a deep an…
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In this episode, Joseph Goldstein leads a powerful practice around cultivating equanimity and talks about why it’s important not to confuse equanimity with its near enemy, indifference. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insighthour “Equani…
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Joseph Goldstein explores the Buddha’s concept of the Five Iddhis, which are the five elements of the teachings we need to bring to completion in order to truly awaken our hearts and minds. “This Iddhi of psychic power is inferior to the Iddhi of understanding. When the Buddha was asked what the true miracle was, he said the real miracle is the awa…
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Joseph Goldstein talks about how the tides of conceiving continually condition our lives and explores the ways we can directly experience the reality of Nibanna, the unconditioned. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insighthour “Do we buy i…
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Joseph Goldstein covers the basics of metta, which he calls the generosity of the heart, and shares ways we can cultivate deeper feelings of loving-kindness in our practice. “Metta, as most of you are familiar, is a word from the Pali language, the language of the Buddha’s time, and it means loving-kindness or friendliness. And it refers to that ba…
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In this deep exploration of the union between compassion and emptiness, Joseph Goldstein breaks down the relative and absolute levels of Bodhicitta, the heart-mind of awakening. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insighthour “The ultimate n…
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