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Dharma Talks
2014-08-18 Morning Instructions, Day 3 56:37
  Adrianne Ross
Jhanas, Connecting and Sustaining
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration Retreat

2014-08-16 Stillness and Movement in Concentration 63:16
  Phillip Moffitt
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration Retreat

2014-08-16 Introduction to Metta for Concentration Retreat 47:43
  Adrianne Ross
Friendliness to Body and Mind
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration Retreat

2014-08-16 Meditation on the Four Elements 28:07
  Ayya Santacittā
Aloka Vihara

2014-08-16 Reflection. Follow-up on Clear Comprehension: Relating to the meditational process. 44:19
  Akincano Marc Weber
Description: We don’t approach our meditation practice neutrally. Understanding need, bias, inclination in our approach to practice. About labeling as a sampajañña practice; Practical suggestions on questioning the breath and a glimpse on commentarial suggestions on how to go about mindfulness of breathing (Vism)
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge August 2014 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2014-08-16 Morning Instructions Day 1 59:46
  Sally Clough Armstrong
Includes walking instructions
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration Retreat

2014-08-15 Developing Concentration 28:43
  Sally Clough Armstrong
An overview of the practice of concentration: why we do it and some helpful supports.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration Retreat

2014-08-15 Clear Comprehension in the Suttas (sampajañña) 47:38
  Akincano Marc Weber
A look at Sati’s friend: role and references in the discourses
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge August 2014 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2014-08-15 Reflection. Mind (citta) and contemplation of mind (cittānupassanā) 22:37
  Akincano Marc Weber
What citta means in the discourses; key qualities to be inquired into from the cittānupassanā-section of the Satipatthana-Sutta
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge August 2014 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2014-08-14 What Will You Do With Your Wild And Precious Good Karma? 53:39
  James Baraz
The fact that we're given a human birth is exceedingly rare in itself. But to hear the Dharma, and be motivated as well as have the opportunity to practice is extraordinary good karma. Reflecting on this brings gratitude and provides a strong incentive to practice for the benefit of all beings.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

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