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Dharma Talks
2008-11-13 Dukkha – über d' Unzuelänglechkeit 1:14:04
  Akincano Marc Weber
Zentrum für Buddhismus - Bern

2008-11-13 Feeling Perception And Mind-States 45:36
  Ajahn Sucitto
Amaravati Monastery November 2008

2008-11-13 Making A Difference Together: Deepening Sangha Bonds 55:34
  James Baraz
A discussion with community member Janet Keyes about a proposal to create a community support network with the intention of helping the IMCB sangha grow in caring and connection. The evening includes an invitation to attend an introductory meeting to help identify priorities and move forward in creating a more caring community. The talk also includes James reading a moving letter from Barack Obama to a 4-year old girl.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2008-11-13 Purifying The Mind And Heart 66:24
  Patricia Genoud-Feldman
Recognizing and liberating ourselves from the torments of the mind known as greed, hatred and delusion
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge November 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2008-11-13 Let The Breath Just Be The Breath 56:04
  Sally Clough Armstrong
The way we experience ourselves and the world is highly conditioned by our perceptions , known as sañña in the Buddhist teachings. Through the process of perception we judge and filter our experience, preventing us from seeing things as they really are. The practice of mindfulness offers the possibility of working directly with our perceptions, and even inclining the mind towards more skillful and pleasant ways of experiencing ourselves and the world.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 2

2008-11-13 Seven Treasures 39:04
  Mary Grace Orr
Insight Santa Cruz

2008-11-12 Teaching Dhamma 1:10:24
  Ajahn Sucitto
Amaravati Monastery November 2008

2008-11-12 The Three Characteristics - part 2: Impermanence 46:03
  Tara Brach
The Buddha taught that when our understanding of impermanence is direct and non-conceptual, it is liberating. By directly opening to the radical impermanence of all experience, including the truth of our own mortality, we discover the natural capacity to let go. With this "mind that clings to no thing" awakens wisdom, authentic spontaneity and a natural cherishing of life.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2008-11-12 Samadhi and Developing Wholesome States 56:12
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

2008-11-12 Big Mind Meditation 60:25
  Joseph Goldstein
Guided meditation
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 2

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