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Carol Wilson
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What I most love in my teaching practice is seeing students become dedicated to their own liberation. As their spiritual practice matures, people light up from within when they begin to understand that personal freedom is possible. This commitment to freedom on the part of the student inspires me to find ways to express my deepest understanding and enthusiasm for liberation.

Caroline Jones
Caroline Jones, a member of the Gaia House Teacher Council, has been practicing meditation for 25 years and teaching since 2009. In teaching, she encourages students to discover and deepen ways of engaging with the Dharma to bring healing and liberation.

Catherine McGee

Charles Genoud
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Charles Genoud's Website
Charles Genoud a pratiqué le bouddhisme de la tradition théravada en Birmanie en Inde et aux États-Unis. Il a également étudié et pratiqué le bouddhisme tibétain depuis 1970. Tout d’abord avec le vénérable Géshé Rabten pendant plusieurs années, puis le maîte Dilgo Khyentsé Rimpoché. Il a suivit les cours de l’école de dialectique à Dharamsala pendant l’année 1975. Exposés en français and in English

Chas DiCapua
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Chas DiCapua is currently the Insight Meditation Society's Resident Teacher, and has offered meditation since 1998. He is interested in how each person can fully and uniquely manifest the dharma. He teaches regularly at sitting groups and centers close to IMS.

Chip Hartranft

Chris Cullen

Christiane Wolf
Christiane Wolf's Website
Christiane is a mindfulness, Vipassana and MBSR teacher. Her focus is on the intersection of traditional Vipassana and secular mindfulness. She is a co-guiding teacher of Insight LA and is currently in teacher training with Jack Kornfield et al.

Christina Feldman
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Christina Feldman's Website
What I teach is a reflection of the constantly changing nature of my own practice. When I give a talk it is not a set agenda, but something that I've been reflecting about. The talks tend to be in rhythm with my own practice.

Christopher Titmuss
Christopher Titmuss's Website
My engagement in teaching the dharma, to point to a free and liberated life, has remained the same since the first day I started. It is my unwavering commitment to inspire people that such a life is accessible to us all, here and now. This is what sustains me and gives me enthusiasm.

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