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Tuning Your Instrument: The Buddha, The Brain, & Bach with Sylvia Boorstein, Clifford Saron & Barbara Bogatin

The theme of this workshop is the benefits of practice. Sylvia Boorstein will guide the participants in an essential integration of meditation with daily life. Neuroscientist Clifford Saron will provide insights from basic neuroscience and the research work he leads investigating the effects of meditation practice on attention and emotion. Cellist Barbara Bogatin will illustrate how expert musicians turn required practice into contemplative Practice, providing a rare "glimpse from within" of the discipline of maintaining a high level of craft.
2012-06-09 (630 days) Spirit Rock Meditation Center

  
2012-06-09 Tuning Your Instrument: The Buddha, the Brain, & Bach, part A with Clifford Saron & Barbara Bogatin 1:30:08
  Sylvia Boorstein
Sylvia Boorstein's Introduction, Prelude from Bach Solo Cello Suite #1, Barbara Bogatin talk 1: Practice as Balanced Mindfulness, Sarabande from Cello Suite #1
2012-06-09 Tuning Your Instrument: The Buddha, the Brain, & Bach, part B with Clifford Saron & Barbara Bogatin 1:20:20
  Sylvia Boorstein
Clifford Saron Talk 1: Holding the Space of the Brain
2012-06-09 Tuning Your Instrument: The Buddha, the Brain, & Bach, part C with Clifford Saron & Barbara Bogatin 1:51:17
  Sylvia Boorstein
Sylvia Boorstein leads meditation, discussion Barbara Bogatin talk 2: Interpreting Bach, Courante from Suite 1 Slifford Saron Talk 2: The Shamatha Project ude from Bach Solo Cello Suite # 1, Barbara Bogatin Talk 1: Practice as Balance Mindfulness Sarabande from Cello Suite #1
2012-06-09 Tuning your Instrument: The Buddha, the Brain, & Bach, part D with Clifford Saron & Barbara Bogatin 58:19
  Sylvia Boorstein
Clifford Saron - Samatha Project conclusion, Barbara Bogatin - Bach's Arioso Cantata and interpretation Sylvia Boorstein discussion
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