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Dharma Talks
2011-03-09 CALM 49:28
  Trudy Goodman
Why calm is important in practice and practical ways to calm down and develop tranquility, as a factor of awakening.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Monthlong Retereat

2011-03-09 Trusting Our Secret Beauty 1:20:58
  Tara Brach
When caught in emotional suffering, we sense that we are living from a reactive, contracted place, and don't trust or like ourselves. This talk explores the severed belonging that is the genesis of that doubt, and the two wings of mindful presence and love that carry us home to our natural wholeness and goodness of Being.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2011-03-09 Nothing That The Wise Would Later Reprove, Part 1 53:07
  Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2011-03-09 Return to The Deathless 51:03
  Kittisaro
Radical reflection. Interdependence. The disappearance of "thing-ness"
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Mysterious Way of the Heart: Where Wisdom and Compassion Meet

2011-03-10 Without Walls Of The Mind 39:27
  Thanissara
Practice and dispassion leading to Nibbana. Methods for opening into the "deathless"
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Mysterious Way of the Heart: Where Wisdom and Compassion Meet

2011-03-10 Metta & Self-Love 56:51
  Marie Mannschatz
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Monthlong Retereat

2011-03-10 Honoring Our Human Journey 51:33
  Thanissara
Mindfulness as a healing container for meeting and transforming our deeper wounds.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Mysterious Way of the Heart: Where Wisdom and Compassion Meet

2011-03-10 Overview of the 7 Factors of Awakening 52:01
  James Baraz
The 7 Factors of Awakening are the Buddha’s list of qualities that need to be developed in order to fully awaken. This eight-week series begins with an overview of all 7 Factors followed by a discussion of each individually in greater depth over the coming weeks. Besides exploring them theoretically, James encourages us to take them on as practices as we go through the weeks seeing how we can consciously cultivate them and bring them into our daily lives. The seven factors are:
  1. Mindfulness
  2. Interest/investigation
  3. Energy/effort
  4. Joy/rapture
  5. Calm/tranquility
  6. Concentration
  7. Equanimity
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2011-03-10 Buddhism and the 12-Steps, Class 3 15:07
  Kevin Griffin
Step Three: Turning it Over, Q&A
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Buddhism and the Twelve Steps

2011-03-10 Buddhism and the 12-Steps, Class 3 (2 of 2) 45:36
  Kevin Griffin
Step 3: Turning it Over, Talk
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Buddhism and the Twelve Steps

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