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Dharma Talks
2012-10-06 Karma 31:25
  Ajahn Thanasanti
Shakti Vihara

2012-10-06 Karma - Q&A 28:00
  Ajahn Thanasanti
Shakti Vihara

2012-10-05 Exploring Grasping At Views 60:03
  Carol Wilson
One of the areas of grasping that the Buddha spoke of is that of grasping at views: a cause of both internal and external conflict.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2012-10-05 Metta & Reconciliation 27:43
  Bob Stahl
As we come into the last chapters of our life, can we balance the ledgers of our hearts to make reconciliation with ourselves, to those we've hurt and to those who have hurt us?
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Dharma of Aging

2012-10-05 Opening Talk for Insight Meditation and Qi Gong Retreat 66:34
  Catherine McGee
This talk also includes Brad Richecouer
Gaia House Insight Meditation and Qi Gong Retreat

2012-10-04 Oh,The Places You'll Go 32:46
  Bob Stahl
Working with hindrances and obstacles in meditation practice, as a gateway towards freedom.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Dharma of Aging

2012-10-04 No Credit, No Blame. 56:40
  James Baraz
"In this world no one escapes from blame," said the Buddha. How can we deal with blame from others skillfully without getting crushed by criticism or react to it in a way that causes more suffering for ourselves and other? The key to not being lost in Praise or Blame is non-identification, not taking ownership of your experience. This includes not identifying with your body or mind. We can appreciate the gifts we've been given as well as our shortcomings without taking them personally. This is the natural by-product of understanding anatta, the selfless nature of existence.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2012-10-03 Évaluer sa pratique 57:35
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2012-10-03 Part 1: Wise Intention: the Compass of our Hearts 67:42
  Tara Brach
One of the most powerful spiritual practices in the world is to reflect on your heart's deepest intention. These two talks look at the way that ego-based intentions perpetuate thoughts, feelings and actions that keep us imprisoned in feeling separate and limited. In contrast, remembering our deeper intentions call us home to the freedom of our true nature.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2012-10-03 Practice in Daily Life 51:32
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

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