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Dharma Talks
2009-06-25 Contentment 53:37
  James Baraz
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2009-06-25 Generosity 61:42
  Carol Wilson
Gaia House Insight Meditation Retreat

2009-06-25 Equanimity 1:14:10
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage Vivekananda

2009-06-25 Letting Go 35:19
  Mary Grace Orr
Insight Santa Cruz

2009-06-24 Part 2 - Wise Practice 1:18:00
  Tara Brach
This four week series reviews many key components of Buddhist meditation practice. Beginning with intention and attitude, we cover the strategies that help us arrive in presence, the key elements of mindfulness, working with difficult emotional states and the practices that awaken our heart. Each week will include guided meditations and reflections.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2009-06-24 Essential Dharma Part II- Class 8: Wise Concentration, Richard Shankman 44:42
  Richard Shankman
Essential Dharma Part II- Class 8: Wise Concentration, Richard Shankman
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Essential Dharma: Core Buddhist Teachings Part 2

2009-06-24 Mindfulness Practice and the Jewish Year 58:37
  Rabbi Sheila Weinberg
Reflection on what we seek to remember in practice, developing the capacity to see which stories serve to develop wholesome qualities and reduce suffering. The center of the talk is a tour through the Jewish year, interpreting each holiday as a form of retreat practice and the opportunity to awaken and develop heart qualities.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Jewish Mindfulness

2009-06-24 Compassion 53:28
  Joseph Goldstein
Gaia House Insight Meditation Retreat

2009-06-23 The Awakening Prophet 63:39
  Donald Rothberg
One interpretation of Jewish mindfulness connects mindfulness with the Jewish prophetic tradition. This suggests an understanding of spiritual practice as involving both "inner" transformation toward liberation and "outer" transformation toward a liberated society; actually, the two are intimately connected. We first explore, partly through music, the prophetic tradition. We then examine how both our inner and outer practice can be understood in similar ways, following the core principles, in terms of development in wisdom and mindfulness (the mind), compassion and love (the heart), and courage and skillful action (the body).
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Jewish Mindfulness

2009-06-23 Three Point Eight Billion Years Ago 48:22
  Rodney Smith
Gaia House Insight Meditation Retreat

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