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Dharma Talks
2009-04-08 Self Knowing a Quiet Passion #41 1:18:01
  Larry Rosenberg
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center CIMC Wednesday Talks

2009-04-08 Shamata with Object; Sight, Sound 1:27:36
  Mingyur Rinpoche
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mahumudra

2009-04-07 Introduction to Mindfulness: Week 1 1:24:32
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center

2009-04-07 Lessons from the Buddha on Relationship and Simplicity 54:56
  Tony Bernhard
Viewing our relationship to others, the world - are we projecting our dissatisfaction onto the world. Our state of mind affects how we view the world. What is the difference between loneliness and solitude - our state of mind. What are we willing to set aside for the Dhamma - our opinions, taking sides, clinging to our beliefs… Using the five precepts as practices to guide us in our relationships. Our wisdom is acted out in our behavior Can we give up what we want to do to do to think of what others would like. Can we give up our clinging, can we give up being right? Do our opinions enhance our suffering or reduce it? Rather can we bring Metta to all our relationships.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley

2009-04-07 3rd AM Qs & As 13:21
  Steve Armstrong
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Mindfulness and Equanimity

2009-04-07 Seeing the World with Quiet Eyes (Equanimity) 66:13
  Kamala Masters
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Mindfulness and Equanimity

2009-04-06 Equanimity and the Defilements 53:00
  Steve Armstrong
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Insight and the Art of Equanimity

2009-04-05 Aligning the Mind With the Now of the Body 48:10
  Rodney Smith
As the mind begins to enter the Now of the body, a merging occurs between the two and a new deminsion discovered.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Living Freedom: Insight Meditation Retreat

2009-04-05 Natural Freedom 53:28
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

2009-04-05 Balancing the Five Spiritual Faculties 57:24
  Kamala Masters
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Mindfulness and Equanimity

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