Heather Sundberg's Dharma Talks
Heather Sundberg began teaching meditation in 1999 primarily to youth and families. She completed teacher training at Spirit Rock and is mentored by Jack Kornfield. Heather has studied with senior teachers in the Insight Meditation and Tibetan (Vajrayana) traditions, and has sat 1-3 months of retreat a year for over a decade. She was teacher and mangager of the Spirit Rock Family Program from 2001-2010. She is a teacher for Mountain Stream Meditation Center in the Sierra Foothills and also teaches classes, daylongs and retreats nationally, especially at Spirit Rock Meditation Center.
Select from Heather Sundberg's
"The Doors to the Deathless are Open!: Cycles of Awakening".
2-Day Non-Residential Retreat : Loving kindness-Cultivating the Open and Wis...
20 Years of Dharma at Spirit Rock
A Map of Transformation for Judgments
Befriending the Difficult Person
Body as Teacher: First Foundation of Mindfulness
Bridging Meditation Practice Into The World
Compassion as the Path and Expression of Awakening
Darkness & Light, Suffering & The End Of Suffering
Doorways to Peace
Equanimity: Seeds of an Appropriate Response
Forgiveness As Freedom Of Heart
Heart Meets Insight: Cultivating the Brahma Viharas & the Four Noble Truths
Holding On & Letting Go: The Four Noble Truths
How Fear Transforms into Love
Humility As A Spiritual Awakening
Inspiration For Practice: The Four Heavenly Messengers
Is Metta Enough?
It's Workable: A Map for working with the Judgmental Mind
Letting Go: Crossing the Creek
Living the Brahma Viharas
Metta For All Beings
Metta Mandala: Guided Meditation
Relating Wisely the Sense of Self
Riding the Eight Worldly Winds
Second Foundation of Mindfulness: Pleasant-Unpleasant-Neutral
The 7 Enlightenment Factors (retreat version)
The Brahma Viharas: Shifting the Center of Gravity
The Difficulties Are the Gifts: Metta, Compassion and Their Hindrances
The Eleven Benefits of Metta
The Five Aggregates of Self.
Mindfulness, meditation and compassion practice...
The Heart of Mindfulness
The Power of the Five Spiritual Faculties
The Seven Factors of Enlightenment
The Two Truths: Personal Truth and Universal Truth.
The Union Of Emptiness And Compasion
The Wise Compassionate Heart
Transforming Judgments is Possible
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