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Dharma Talks
2010-01-10 Opening to our Radiant Hearts 62:19
  Donald Rothberg
Lovingkindness practice ultimately works because we are evoking our deep nature - of kindness and love, the "brightly shining" citta associated with lovingkindness. We explore how we can open to our radiant hearts through (1) learning to lead with our hearts, (2) cultivating concentration, (3) evoking love and working through what blocks love, and (4) touching more and more our depths.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat

2010-01-10 Who Am I? Guided Meditation 39:27
  Ajahn Metta
Who Am I? A guided meditation
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2010-01-10 Who Am I? Guided Meditation 47:25
  Ayya Santacittā
Who Am I? Guided Meditation.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2010-01-09 What we're doing here 50:58
  Trudy Goodman
Mettafying the hindrances to death! This is what should be done by one who is skilled in goodness. How we maintain the self through excluding our vulnerability. The protection of inclusion, no one left out.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat

2010-01-09 Loving kindness 57:01
  Sharon Salzberg
A basic overview of loving kindness meditation
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Metta (Lovingkindness) Retreat for Scientists & Educators

2010-01-08 Mindful of the climate of the heart 27:04
  Sylvia Boorstein
This introduction to a week of lovingkindness practice presents metta as a specific subset of mindfulness practice: paying attention to the presence or absence of good will in the mind. It includes an explanation of how the practice of continual blessing, “praying without ceasing” cultivates concentration of the mind. Concentration is presented as the antidote to all afflictive energies and the ground out of which our natural good will manifests.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat

2010-01-08 Sati - Mindfulness 45:28
  Pascal Auclair
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2010 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2010-01-07 "Refuge in the Sangha" 50:25
  James Baraz
"Refuge in the Sangha"
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2010-01-06 Taking Refuge 1:16:49
  Tara Brach
The Buddha taught of three archetypal domains in which we awaken presence and realize freedom. In contrast to our habitual false refuges, these gateways of true refuge are dependable because they express the timeless truth of what we are. This talk shines a light on false refuges, guides us in exploring the meaning of each of the three Buddhist refuges and ends in a ritual of "taking refuge."
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2010-01-06 Understanding This Path of Practice part 1 55:40
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

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