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Susie Harrington's Dharma Talks
Susie Harrington
Susie Harrington has been meditating since 1989, and been engaged in Insight meditation practice since 1995. She began teaching in 2005, with the guidance of Guy Armstrong, Jack Kornfield and more recently Joseph Goldstein. She often offers retreats in the natural world, believing nature to be the most profound dharma teacher, and a natural gateway to our true self. Her teaching is deeply grounded in the body and emphasizes embodiment of our practice in speech and daily life. For more information go to
2016-12-03 Guided Practice: Resting in the Field of Awareness 45:40
Spirit Rock Meditation Center From Mindfulness Breath to Radiant Mind
2015-06-17 Understanding Things as they Really Are: From Concentration to Insight 54:01
Concentration is a skillful means that provides a foundation for understanding things as they really are (Yatha Bhuta). Through the direct experience of impermanence, freedom unfolds.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center From the Breath to Spacious Awareness
2014-03-23 Mudita 54:06
An exploration of the tender heart that is available to be touched and pleased by the world. Held in equanimity and balanced with compassion, natural joy and contentment shine through.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Month Long Retreat
2012-10-16 Metta For All Beings: Guided Meditation 41:08
Extending Metta beyond the individuals to all beings, everywhere - brief introduction and guided meditation
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1
2012-10-13 Equanimity: Being at Rest in the Storms 60:14
A discussion about equanimity including what it is and is not, the contributing factors, the protection and stability it brings to our lives, and how we cultivate it.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1
2012-10-06 Self-Compassion 57:18
Neither building ourselves up nor taking ourselves down, self-compassion is the art of being with the truth of our experience with care and kindness.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1
2011-02-17 Transforming Difficult Emotions -- From Poison to Medicine 61:48
When difficult emotions arise in our practice, developing a skillful and willing relationship is an important part of the path. Emotions are the natural human response, and a natural and important part of the path.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Monthlong Insight Retreat

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