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Dharma Talks Access for Retreatants

IMCB Regular Talks

Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

  
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2012-04-26 Is Metta Enough? 49:19
  Heather Sundberg
2012-05-10 Practicing With Feeling 56:37
  Donald Rothberg
An exploration of the implications of mindfulness. Of pleasant, unpleasant, and neutral, and suggestions of concrete ways to practice.
2012-05-17 How Wonderful to See Defilements in the Mind: Practicing with U Tejaniya 58:09
  James Baraz
On his return from a 2-week retreat at IMS in Barre, MA, with Burmese Master Sayadaw U Tejaniya, James shares the essence of U Tejaniya's unique approach to practice and the impact it has on one's life.

Teachings by Sayadaw U Tejaniya
Retreat at Insight Meditation Society, Barre, MA, April-May 2012
Workshop at Insight Meditation Center, Redwood City, CA, June, 2007
23-points for Right Attitude for Meditation
2012-05-31 Melting into Love 51:49
  James Baraz
2012-06-07 What do the three refuges mean? 51:12
  James Baraz
2012-06-14 Appropriate Response at the Tipping Point: Concern for the Planet as Dharma Practice 46:36
  James Baraz
This is the first of a four-part series inspired by the Spring 2012 issue of Inquiring Mind, entitled 'Earth Now.' In addition to reading this issue, especially the interview with Joanna Macy: Woman on the Edge of Time, James also suggested these readings: Ernest Callenbach’s essay "Epistle to Ecotopians" and Bob Doppelt's book From Me to We: The Five Transformational Commitments Required to Rescue the Planet, Your Organization, and Your Life. The series continues on 6/28, 7/5, and 7/19.
In collection Appropriate Response at the Tipping Point
2012-06-14 Appropriate Response at the Tipping Point 3:32:40
  James Baraz
A four-part series inspired by the Spring 2012 issue of Inquiring Mind, entitled 'Earth Now.'
In collection One Earth Sangha
2012-06-23 What supports Connecting? 1:18:55
  James Baraz
with Daniel Ellenberg
2012-06-28 Seeing the System You Are Part Of 59:40
  James Baraz
Sharing a positive vision for the future from Ernest Callenbach’s "Epistle to Ecotopians". We then begin to explore the first of five Dharma principles using systems and sustainability expert Bob Doppelt’s book From Me to We. The ignorance of these principles is what perpetuates the problem and the understanding of them is the key to changing our consciousness and providing a path toward healing the planet. This is part 2 of the series 'Appropriate Response at the Tipping Point' that began June 14.
In collection Appropriate Response at the Tipping Point
2012-07-05 Karma and Sila as Gaia Practices 53:57
  James Baraz
This is part 3 of the series 'Appropriate Response at the Tipping Point' that began 6/14. In this talk, James discusses the first three of the five transformational commitments in Bob Doppelt's book From Me to We:

1. See the systems you are part of
2. Be accountable for all the consequences of your actions
3. Abide by society’s most deeply held universal principles of morality and justice

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