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Diana Winston's Dharma Talks
Diana Winston
My work since 2006 through UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center (uclahealth.org/marc) emphasizes making mindfulness teachings accessible to all, regardless of background, yet without losing depth practice. In recent years I have been teaching on Natural Awareness— the effortless, objectless, and spacious side of awareness practices. Socially engaged Buddhism is a thread woven through many of my talks-- how can we end suffering both internally and externally? Having worked with teens and young adults for many years, some of the talks are geared to young people. Finally as a mom of a tween, I'm deeply inspired by the transformative power of daily life and family practice.
2014-06-27 The 12 Myths of the Mindfulness Movement 56:32
Including the myths that Mindfulness is for everyone, Mindfulness is ethically neutral and diversity is not relevant to Mindfulness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness Facilitators Retreat

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