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Dharma Talks
2009-04-05 1st AM Qs & As, Labeling, Guarding Sense Doors, Eye Contact, Noticing Reactivity to Experiences 14:19
  Steve Armstrong
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Mindfulness and Equanimity

2009-04-05 Investigation 56:51
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage Hermitage

2009-04-04 What If... Shifting the Paradigm 54:30
  Carol Wilson
Rather than assuming that greed, aversion and delusion are our default state and practice is about transcending them, what if peace of mind is natural and the torments are the aberration?
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Living Freedom: Insight Meditation Retreat

2009-04-04 Spring Fever Part 3 41:33
  Ajahn Amaro
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Spring Fever

2009-04-04 Spring Fever Pt 2 46:40
  Ajahn Amaro
see part 1.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Spring Fever

2009-04-04 Spring Fever Pt 1. 40:31
  Ajahn Amaro
We often relate to arisings and beginnings as intrinsically and wholly good (think kids and puppies, spring flowers...), but surely there's more to the story, for everything in nature tends to create its opposite. This will be a day of reflections and practices on the themes of interest and enthusiasm, and their painful shadow, the obsessive quality of becoming. Most usefully we will explore the ways that the heart can be freed from such obsessive addictions so the cycles of nature can be integrated harmoniously.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Spring Fever

2009-04-03 Non-Clinging Is Not Detachment 51:28
  Martin Aylward
Gaia House Training the Mind, Freeing the Heart

2009-04-02 Reflections on Patience and Anger 65:01
  Yvonne Rand
Suzuki Roshi (Roshi SF Zen Center): "Do not say 'too late'." William Shawn (Editor New Yorker Magazine): "It takes as long as it takes."
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2009-04-02 Taking Care of Oneself 52:57
  Martin Aylward
Gaia House Training the Mind, Freeing the Heart

2009-04-01 Awakening Through Conflict 1:20:44
  Tara Brach
The wisdom of the Buddha can guide us not only in discovering inner freedom, but in healing that which divides us from each other. While conflict is inevitable--we are wired toward flight and flight when our needs are not met--it is possible to have our patterns of interpersonal reactivity be the very grounds for awakening. This talk draws on the work of Non Violent Comunications (Marshal Rosenberg) and explores how mindful communications are an interpersonal meditation that gives rise to compassion and understanding.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

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