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Insight and the Art of Equanimity

In insight meditation, we practice moment-to-moment observation of our experiences through an open, precise and accepting awareness. In the practice of equanimity, we develop a non-reactive and engaged mind. Together, these two practices provide a stable foundation for investigating attitudes that condition understanding. Momentum in insight practice and the art of equanimity foster clarity and confidence from which we can live with wisdom and compassion.
2011-08-05 (10 days) Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

  
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2011-08-05 Welcome, Retreat Format, Refuges and Precepts 66:20
  Steve Armstrong
2011-08-06 Meditation Instructions Day #1 with Q&A 60:18
  Steve Armstrong
2011-08-06 Encouraging Counsel - Practicing Generosity 60:04
  Steve Armstrong
2011-08-06 Dhamma Lesson #1 - "Upon First Hearing The Dhamma" 8:41
  Steve Armstrong
Inspirational personal story for reflection.
2011-08-07 Instructions and Q&A Day #2 58:52
  Steve Armstrong
2011-08-07 Inner Beauty 56:54
  Kamala Masters
The two guardians of the world, Hiri and Ottappa, which are inner guides of respecting ourselves and respecting others.
2011-08-07 Dhamma Lesson #2 - "No Doubt, Oh Poor Me!" 7:54
  Steve Armstrong
2011-08-08 Morning Instructions #3 59:31
  Kamala Masters
2011-08-08 Metta Instructions 67:47
  Kamala Masters
Oneself, benefactor, dear friend, neutral person
2011-08-08 Dhamma Lesson #3 - "Itching Heat and Snakes" 12:09
  Steve Armstrong
Bed time story #3
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