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Dharma Talks
2013-01-16 Tradition and culture 40:03
  Winton Higgins
Wellington Insight Meditation Community Secular Buddhism
Attached Files:
  • Making the most of the human condition by Winton Higgens (PDF)

2013-01-16 Ask not whether it’s true but whether it works 35:05
  Winton Higgins
Wellington Insight Meditation Community Secular Buddhism
Attached Files:
  • Making the most of the human condition by Winton Higgens (PDF)

2013-01-16 Moving From New Year's Resolutions to Reliable Habit 53:56
  Linda Graham
Wise Effort is The Engine of the Noble 8-fold path. A series of practices to use cultivating the wholesome as self-directed neuroplasticity to install wholesome habits in our brains.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2013-01-16 En route vers la 3e noble vérité 49:07
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2013-01-16 Stepping Out of the Cave 1:15:58
  Tara Brach
If we are suffering it is because we are believing something that is not true. This talk explores the genesis of our core beliefs and the investigation, mindfulness and compassion that can release their grip.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2013-01-16 The Four Most Difficult Things 69:29
  Jack Engler
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2013-01-17 Campassion: Guided Meditation 38:41
  Larry Yang
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat

2013-01-17 De-mystifying Metta 65:09
  Heather Martin
What Metta isn't and what it really can be, in its many degrees of juice.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat

2013-01-17 The Power of Generosity 56:47
  James Baraz
James is joined by Phil Catalfo, who runs the Berkeley Neighborhood Food Project, for a rich discussion about the power of generosity. Giving not only benefits the recipient but the giver as well. While BNFP alleviates the suffering of those who are “food insecure;” it also alleviates the suffering of the donors by providing them a means to process their feelings, thoughts, and memories about food, hunger, abundance, guilt, and so on. Participants report a vastly expanded sense of themselves and become profoundly grateful for the opportunity to experience that. They see that “everybody wins” is an actual option in this world.
BNFP Website

Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2013-01-18 The Heart-fulness of Forgiveness 65:16
  Larry Yang
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Metta Retreat

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