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Dharma Talks Access for Retreatants

IMCB Regular Talks

Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

2013-08-29 Unconditional Self Love and the Brahma Viharas 55:21
  Eve Decker
Eve Decker along with Kent Welsh on the second guitar playing songs of the Dharma.
2013-09-05 Emaho!: How Amazing! 52:19
  James Baraz
When we look deeply into reality we see things with a fresh eye and open to the miracles that are all around us. This sense of wonder and awe helps our mindfulness practice come alive especially developing the awakening factors of investigation, energy and joy.
2013-09-12 A Star at Dawn: A Buddhist Perspective on Loss 49:16
  James Baraz
Although impermanence is the underlying reality of existence, we have trouble accepting loss especially of those we love. The Buddha said to contemplate every day that we will be separated from everyone and everything near and dear to us. This talk explores why and how to do that.
2013-09-26 Dukkha Along With the Three Poisons: Greed, Aversion and Delusion 60:56
  Kate Munding
2013-10-03 Global Climate Change and the Dharma 55:00
  Kate Munding
2013-10-10 The Seven Factors of Enlightenment 53:46
  Heather Sundberg
The seven factors of enlightenment
2013-10-17 The Courage to Be Yourself 47:03
  James Baraz
2013-10-24 Is There a Place for God in Buddhist Practice? 51:35
  James Baraz
A discussion of the Fall 2013 issue of the Buddhist journal, Inquiring Mind, The God Issue.
2013-10-31 The Payoff From Fear 44:15
  James Baraz
2013-11-07 Bouncing Back: Rewiring Your Brain for Maximum Resilience 57:40
  Linda Graham
Linda presents ideas and practices from her newly released book, Bouncing Back: Rewiring Your Brain for Maximum Resilience, integrating her background in relational psychology, mindfulness, and neuroscience. Mindfulness and compassion practices are among the most powerful agents of brain change known to modern science. A wise use of Buddhist contemplative practices and tools from modern relational psychology can help practitioners let go of unwholesome coping strategies and cultivate wholesome ones, leading to more clarity, response flexibility and resilience and less greed, hatred, delusion and suffering.
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