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2016-01-12 A little Bonfire Of Compassion 37:17
  Pascal Auclair
Guided compassion meditation
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Joy on the Path: Insight Meditation Retreat

2016-01-12 Introduction to Mindfulness - Week 1 1:25:55
  Mark Nunberg
Mindfulness meditation leads to insight into the nature of our hearts and minds, revealing an inherent clarity, openness, and ease. This course includes exploration of the intention behind practice, an introduction to insight (vipassana) meditation techniques, instructions for working with common obstacles, an overview of the practices of lovingkindness, and a discussion on how mindfulness can be part of one’s daily life.
Common Ground Meditation Center

2016-01-12 This Fleeting Life 40:35
  Lila Kate Wheeler
Every moment is unique - an invitation to deeper seeing
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Joy on the Path: Insight Meditation Retreat

2016-01-12 Brahma Vihara Practices 13:04
  Donald Rothberg
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat

2016-01-12 Morning Instructions: Metta Overview (Day One) 37:43
  Heather Sundberg
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat

2016-01-12 Morning Meditation Instructions On Concentration 41:51
  Pascal Auclair
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Joy on the Path: Insight Meditation Retreat

2016-01-11 Mudita Guided Meditation 40:57
  Lila Kate Wheeler
Sympathetic Joy - wishing that others may appreciate their goodness
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Joy on the Path: Insight Meditation Retreat

2016-01-11 Mindfulness of the Mind and Mental Qualities-Week 1, Talk 38:02
  Mark Nunberg
This eleven week course focuses on the last two foundations of mindfulness outlined by the Buddha. With mindfulness of the mind and mental qualities, the Buddha invites us to notice whether the mind is with or without greed, with or without anger, and with or without delusion. We learn to discern the qualities of the mind in any moment; contracted, distracted, open and or settled. Learning to acknowledge the shape of the mind is the first step toward freeing the mind from the weight of attachment. In these teachings the Buddha encourages us to study the mind in terms of skillful frames that illuminate the moment to moment skillfulness or unskillfulness of the mind’s activity.
Common Ground Meditation Center

2016-01-11 Can Joy & Sorrow Live Together? 49:25
  Pascal Auclair
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Joy on the Path: Insight Meditation Retreat

2016-01-11 Time is Short: Aligning Our Life with our Intentions 49:45
  Nikki Mirghafori
Monday Night Meditation Class with Nikki Mirghafori
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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