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Dharma Talks Access for Retreatants

NYI Regular Talks

New York Insight Meditation Center

  
2014-08-26 Monthly Sitting & Inquiry, August 2014 53:28
Gina Sharpe
These regularly scheduled evenings will begin with a guided meditation and then open up to our practice questions allowing us time to deepen in Sangha through mindful community discussion.
2014-09-30 Monthly Sitting & Inquiry, September 2014 1:15:00
Gina Sharpe
2014-10-05 S.O.S.—Sitting on Sunday 1:13:41
Gina Sharpe
These regularly scheduled mornings begin with a guided meditation, sometimes followed by standing or walking meditation. There is a Dharma talk and often a question and answer period where attendees can inquire about practice.
2014-10-28 Monthly Sitting & Inquiry, October 2014 64:06
Gina Sharpe
2014-11-25 Monthly Sitting & Inquiry, November 2014 1:22:58
Gina Sharpe
2015-01-20 Monthly Sitting & Inquiry, January 64:58
Gina Sharpe
2015-02-01 S.O.S - Sitting on Sunday - 2-1-2015 62:36
Gina Sharpe
These regularly scheduled mornings begin with a guided meditation, sometimes followed by standing or walking meditation. There is a Dharma talk and often a question and answer period where attendees can inquire about practice.
2015-03-17 Monthly Sitting & Inquiry, March 2015 1:11:06
Gina Sharpe
These regularly scheduled evenings will begin with a guided meditation and then open up to our practice questions allowing us time to deepen in Sangha through mindful community discussion.
2015-04-21 Touching the Earth 1:11:07
Amma Thanasanti
A Buddhist Response to Climate Change Using essential Buddhist teachings we can examine the suffering that is being caused by climate change. We feel for the beauty and life-enriching presence of animals, forests, oceans and our many different human relationships and, as we focus on gratitude, we gain a capacity for understanding our grief, sorrow and shock at the prospect of their demise. Understanding the causes of climate change and the interdependence of living systems, we can move into engaged action. When we see the importance of generating skillful effort to deal with climate change we can focus on specific and constructive actions and be the change we want to see in the world.
2015-04-28 Monthly Sitting & Inquiry, April 2015 57:53
Gina Sharpe
These regularly scheduled evenings will begin with a guided meditation and then open up to our practice questions allowing us time to deepen in Sangha through mindful community discussion.
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