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Insight and the Art of Equanimity: Insight Meditation Retreat

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. This course is suitable for beginners and experienced meditators; a warm welcome is extended to all.
2008-08-11 (6 days) Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

  
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2008-08-10 Understanding The Defilements 65:55
  Steve Armstrong
2008-08-11 Introduction To The Brahma Vihara Practice Of Equanimity - part 1 of 4 69:36
  Kamala Masters
Guided equanimity practice.
2008-08-11 The Seven Factors Of Enlightenment 61:16
  Deborah Ratner Helzer
A discussion of the uplifting qualities of mind that alleviate the defilements and lead to the end of suffering.
2008-08-11 Morning Instructions 59:46
  Steve Armstrong
2008-08-12 Equanimity Practice - part 2 of 4 46:45
  Kamala Masters
Short introduction with general guidelines for practice. Guided equanimity practice
2008-08-12 Morning Instructions 59:43
  Kamala Masters
2008-08-12 Seeing The World With Quiet Eyes 62:52
  Kamala Masters
The value of developing the courage and care of compassion for our practice on the cushion and in the world.
2008-08-13 Equanimity Practice - part 3 of 4 64:48
  Kamala Masters
Short introduction with general guidelines and guided equanimity practice
2008-08-13 Four Noble Truths 63:13
  Steve Armstrong
The bedrock teaching of all Buddhist traditions are discovered through mindfulness practice.
2008-08-14 Equanimity Practice - part 4 of 4 68:07
  Kamala Masters
Short introduction and guided equanimity practice
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