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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. This course is suitable for beginners and experienced meditators; a warm welcome is extended to all.
2010-08-06 (10 days) Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

  
2010-08-11 Instructions Day 5 66:01
  Steve Armstrong
Intentions
2010-08-11 Guided Practice - Day 2 65:27
  Kamala Masters
2010-08-11 Seeing The World With Quiet Eyes 59:09
  Kamala Masters
Equanimity and the spacious balance needed to navigate the vicissitudes of life and support for liberating wisdom to arise.
2010-08-12 Instructions Day 6 62:43
  Kamala Masters
2010-08-12 Guided Equanimity - Day 4 1:10:28
  Kamala Masters
2010-08-12 Four Noble Truths 62:49
  Steve Armstrong
2010-08-13 Instructions Day 7 62:18
  Steve Armstrong
Wait: let awareness happen
2010-08-13 Guided Practice Day 5 - Neutral Person 1:11:10
  Kamala Masters
2010-08-13 The Process Of Insight: Seeing Nama-Rupa 62:16
  Deborah Ratner Helzer
Vipassana Insight arises out of the clear and balanced observation of mental and physical experiences just as they are.
2010-08-14 Instructions Day 8 50:58
  Deborah Ratner Helzer
Observing experiences and the natural awareness of them as they arise and pass together; no-self, reincarnation, karma.
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