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Sylvia Boorstein's Dharma Talks
Sylvia Boorstein
My greatest joy is giving the gift of love and hope through the dharma, knowing it is possible for humans to transform their hearts. These dharma gifts include paying attention, practicing clarity and kindness and addressing the suffering of the world--which, of course, includes ourselves.
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2009-02-23 The Joy Of Mindfulness 51:40
Based on the concept that mindfulness cultivates insights which lead to wisdom to manifest as compassion that is experienced as joy, this talk is about 1) the joy of awakened physical awareness, 2) the joy of psychological clarity, 3) the joy of knowing universal truth, 4) the joy of service and 5) the joy of realizing the basic goodness of human beings.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation February
2009-02-19 Tidying The Mind 58:07
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation February
2009-02-15 The Leaky Boat 57:21
About manifesting love and courage in the midst of knowing that all experience is impermanent, subject to suffering, and inextricably connected to everything else - as the path of freedom.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation February
2009-02-09 How Mind Habits Change 58:04
Beginning with the hypothesis that the natural mind, unconfused by fixed views or hindrance energies, is clear and buoyant and conducive to happiness; this talk specifically details the ways in which concentration, mindfulness, effort and good will(Metta) work to lesson attachment to view and afflictive emotions.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation February
2009-02-04 On Being Certain 54:46
Discussion of book of this name by Robert Burton
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks
2009-02-02 May I Meet This Moment Fully As A Friend 60:28
This is an opening night talk for a month long mindfulness retreat which presents the rationale for practicing in the form that we do. It includes readings from the Foundations of Mindfulness Sutta. It also makes the connection between mindfulness and metta practice and the rationale for practicing both simultaneously.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation February
2009-01-17 Presentations In Neuroscience #3 29:04
Melissa Rosenkranz-U. Wisconsin; Praveen Chopra-private; Paula Sigafus-Kaiser; Sarah Bowen-U. Washington; Jim Saveland-US Forest Service; Michael Warren-Claremont Graduate U.; Francis Haberli-U. Wisconsin;Charlie Thompson-U. Washington
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Scientists Retreat
2009-01-17 Presentations In Neuroscience #2 31:43
Koren Wright- Argosy U., Phoenix, AZ;Chad Johnson-U. Oklahoma; Kendra Markle-Kaiser: Daniel Levinson-U.Wisconsin; Larry Greischar-U. Wisconsin; Michael Haggerty-UC Davis
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Scientists Retreat
2009-01-17 Presentations In Neuroscience #1 39:30
Johnathan Schooler-UCSB; Stuart Eisendrath-UCSF; Lisa Lindeman-U.Wisconsin; Liz Wang-Changchi U. Taipei, Taiwan;Carmen Schooler-U. Maryland;Peta McAuley-Hong Kong
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Scientists Retreat
2009-01-14 Friendliness, Consolation And Appreciation 47:52
Short talk leading into meditation
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

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