This talk provides an overview of the Fourth Foundation of Mindfulness, followed by a review of kamacchanda, sense desire, the first of the Five Hindrances.  The review includes analysis of the traditional commentaries regarding sense desire plus additional contemporary neuroscientific research that validates the characteristics of sense desire and how to interrupt the actions of the hindrance.  There is a Guided Sense Desire Contemplation posted and archive on the site that is intended to support this talk.

Here are the notes prepared for this talk:  Setting Aside The Five Hindrances

The topical focus for the next talk will be on Aversion & Ill-Will, the second of the Five Hindrances.