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Dharma Talks
2013-01-06 S.O.S. - Sitting on Sunday: Jan 6, 2013 1:30:40
  Gina Sharpe
These regularly scheduled mornings begin with a guided meditation, sometimes followed by standing or walking meditation. There is a Dharma talk and often a question and answer period where attendees can inquire about practice.
New York Insight Meditation Center NYI Regular Talks

2013-01-07 What Is Intention 53:09
  Mark Coleman
What is it's place in our lives. How do we cultivate it and what hinders clarity of intention.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2013-01-08 The Four Attachments 37:22
  Arinna Weisman
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Essential Dharma: Core Buddhist Teachings, Part 2

2013-01-09 Four Foundations of Mindfulness IX: Fourth Foundation III 56:21
  Donald Rothberg
We continue to explore the Fourth Foundation, particularly through the frameworks of the Five Hindrances and The Four Noble Truths.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2013-01-09 Pas moi, pas mien 1:10:13
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2013-01-09 The Liberating Power or Mindfulness 54:17
  Mark Coleman
What is mindfulness? How does it function and most importantly how does it allow us to be present to our experience and bring about a spacious, non-reactive response to the moment, that facilitates freedom.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Essential Dharma

2013-01-09 The Barriers to Loving Presence 1:15:18
  Tara Brach
You might reflect on someone important to you, and ask: "What is between me and loving fully?" Notice what happens. This talk explores the ways we create separations from others, and the power of inquiry and presence to awaken an unconditionally loving heart.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2013-01-09 Aligning Our Thoughts with the Path 25:09
  Ayya Anandabodhi
Aloka Vihara (Hartford Street Zen Center)

2013-01-10 Shifting perspectives 47:46
  James Baraz
When life is difficult or frustrating the teachings advise us to practice equanimity. One simple but potent way to do that is to take a step back and hold things with a wider perspective. We'll be exploring different practices that incline towards equanimity through this method.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2013-01-10 In The Footsteps of The Buddha 62:31
  Howard Cohn
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Essential Dharma

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