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Tuere Sala's Dharma Talks
Tuere Sala
Tuere Sala is a guiding teacher of Seattle Insight Meditation Society and Capitol Hill Meditation Group. She has over 25 years of Buddhist meditation experience and is currently a participant in IMS’s 2017-2021 Teacher Training Program. Her teaching focus is on strengthening the value of everyday urban practice.
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2023-01-17 Evening talk at the MLK retreat 65:51
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Wholehearted and Noble Participation: An Insight Meditation Retreat Honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
2023-01-17 Morning Instructions 50:07
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Wholehearted and Noble Participation: An Insight Meditation Retreat Honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
2023-01-16 Metta at the MLK retreat 56:52
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Wholehearted and Noble Participation: An Insight Meditation Retreat Honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
2023-01-02 Questions and Answers about Home Practice (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 65:28
with Devon Hase
Tuere and Devon answered questions about going home and practicing in daily life.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center New Year's Insight Meditation Retreat
2022-12-31 Morning Instructions: Working with Thoughts (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 55:49
Spirit Rock Meditation Center New Year's Insight Meditation Retreat
2022-12-29 The Inspiring Nature of the Hindrances (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 58:51
The hindrances are a necessary part of practice. They build resolve, determination, stamina, and patience. They also inspire appreciation, inspiration and gratitude. This talk is about learning to connect with the inspiring nature of the hindrances.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center New Year's Insight Meditation Retreat
2022-11-27 Cultivating Love in the Midst of the Difficulty 63:23
Spirit Rock Meditation Center BIPOC Voices - Series
2022-10-26 The Importance of Cultivating Stillness 45:29
Stillness is an ever present phenomenon and yet it seems so elusive in urban (also referred to as householder or lay) practice. Within the context of contemporary society, cultivating stillness can seem self-indulgent. Our demanding can sometimes make it harder to recognize it, but stillness is part of the unconditional and thus, a necessary aspect of awakening. This talk will explore how urban practitioners can learn to cultivate stillness in the midst of movement and chaos.
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center
2022-09-25 Cultivating the Four Noble Truths 40:30
Spirit Rock Meditation Center BIPOC Voices - Series
2022-09-11 Cultivating Conditions That Support a Strong Practice 1:11:48
Spirit Rock Meditation Center BIPOC Voices - Series

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