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Dharma Talks Access for Retreatants

IMCB Regular Talks

Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

  
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2010-12-16 Gifts of Darkness and Letting Go 55:12
  Betsy Rose
2010-12-23 Generosity for Ourselves. 53:07
  Kevin Griffin
Generosity for Ourselves.
2011-01-06 What really matters 54:52
  James Baraz
2011-01-13 Enlightenment Part 1. 54:22
  James Baraz
The classic Theravadin meditative path to freedom, including progress of insight and stages of enlightenment.
2011-01-20 Enlightenment Part 2. 54:15
  James Baraz
Enlightenment: It's already here...and right now.
2011-01-27 Enlightenment Part 3 54:43
  James Baraz
A presentation of non-Buddhist perspectives on enlightenment through stories and quotes of Advaita (non-dualistic) teachers such as Ramana Maharshi, Poonjaji, Eckhart Tolle, and Adyahshanti. The talk ends with a brief guided meditation.
2011-02-03 Enlightenment Part 4 52:07
  James Baraz
James continues his series on Enlightenment by exploring the Path of Devotion or Bhakti path as a vehicle for awakening.
2011-02-10 Four Kinds of Love 52:37
  Wes Nisker
In honor of Valentine's Day, Wes reflects on everybody's favorite 4-letter word. As usual, he provides an insightful and entertaining perspective on the topic illustrated with a wealth of poetry. A discussion with the sangha ends the evening.
2011-02-24 Healing at the Edge 58:34
  Dale Borglum
An overview to the path of wholeness presented by Dale Borglum who is the founder and Executive Director of The Living/Dying Project. He is a pioneer in the conscious dying movement and has worked directly with thousands of people with life-threatening illness and their families for over 30 years. He is the co-author of Journey of Awakening: A Meditator's Guidebook and has taught meditation for the past 35 years..
2011-03-03 Living the Brahma Viharas 58:48
  Heather Sundberg
A discussion of the Four Divine Abodes: meditative states, thoughts, and actions to be cultivated in Buddhist meditation:
  • Loving-kindness (Metta)
  • Compassion (Karuna)
  • Sympathetic joy, joy with others (Mudita)
  • Equanimity (Upekkha)
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