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IMCB Regular Talks

Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

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2012-01-12 The Honeyball Sutta: The Source of Our Confusion and the Way Out 57:10
  James Baraz
In this discourse the Buddha explains how we get lost in our stories through papanca or proliferation of thought. The talk focuses on how papanca works in our lives and how we can work with it to free ourselves of confusion.
2012-01-19 Embracing Resistance 54:40
  James Baraz
When things don’t go the way we hoped, resistance is often a natural response. A key element in our practice is how we respond to that resistance. Of course accepting things as they are is an essential part of our practice. This includes accepting the resistance. But an even more powerful practice is actually embracing the resistance so that it becomes a direct doorway to freedom.
2012-02-09 Wisdom Wide and Deep 57:35
  Shaila Catherine
Shaila shares her process of discovering and practicing the deep concentration states of jhana, and detailed vipassana practices as taught by Venerable Pa-Auk Sayadaw of Burma. She speaks about the cultivation of concentration and insight, and the systematic path that leads the mind from distraction to clarity, understanding, and nibbana. At the request of Venerable Pa-Auk Sayadaw, she wrote a book to serve as a practice guide for other practitioners: Wisdom Wide and Deep: A Practical Handbook for Mastering Jhana and Vipassana
2012-02-16 Exploring Sounds with our Practice 56:29
  Kate Munding
2012-03-01 Gifts of Practice 51:11
  James Baraz
2012-03-08 Letting Go of Spiritual Views 52:06
  James Baraz
2012-03-22 Facing in the right direction 39:34
  James Baraz
2012-03-29 Anything can happen at any time. 47:30
  James Baraz
2012-04-05 When bad things happen to good people. 53:06
  James Baraz
2012-04-12 It's Already Here 49:13
  James Baraz
Freedom is right here, right now, present and available in every moment.
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