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Dharma Talks
2020-11-16 Developing Our Capacity to the Fullest 41:42
  Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery (Berkeley Buddhist Monastery)

2020-11-15 Mindfulness and Putting Down Wrong Ideas 25:10
  Ayya Santacitta
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-11-15 Just Because It Is 46:19
  Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-11-15 Opening Teaches the Heart to Let Go - Meditation 33:48
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-11-15 Opening Teaches the Heart to Let Go - Talk 39:26
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-11-14 Release from the restricted in this life 45:50
  Ajahn Sucitto
The dukkha of restriction is experienced in this very body, and manifest as a person restricted by upbringing, ethnicity and gender (etc) living in a world restricted by nationality and social structures. We can train ourselves in the unrestricted state through meditation and through living in a way that connects the open heart to service, in the ‘all -encompassing world’ touched by goodwill.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-11-14 Guided Meditation – Opening body, opening heart 12:42
  Ajahn Sucitto
Jhāna is an embodiment practice. Absorbing and settling deeply into presence, use awareness to encourage opening each part of the body. Enriched energy and heart can then begin to digest the events of the day and release them.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-11-13 IMS Daily Dharma, Nov 13 2020 21:40
  Caroline Jones
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center IMS Daily Dharma

2020-11-12 Across the Great Divide: What the Dharma Can Offer for Healing Our Country 52:09
  James Baraz
However you feel about the outcome, the presidential election has underscored the polarization that currently exists in our country. As long as each side mistrusts and fears the other, we cannot truly have peace and work together to make this a better society. What does the Dharma offer to help heal this divide? How can our practice support us individually and collectively to open our hearts with compassion and bridge the gulf with those who seem so different from us? How can we create better understanding and cut through "othering" so that each of us can contribute to greater healing rather than more divisiveness?
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

2020-11-12 IMS Daily Dharma, Nov 12 2020 21:37
  Caroline Jones
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center IMS Daily Dharma

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