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Dharma Talks
2013-03-14 Five Rivers Running Through 63:16
  Pascal Auclair
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Insight Meditation - 1 Month Retreat

2013-03-14 The Five Reflections 50:07
  James Baraz
The Five Reflections from the Upajjatthana Sutra are: 1 - I am subject to old age, 2 - I am subject to illness, 3- I am subject to death, 4 - I must be parted and separated from everyone and everything dear and agreeable to me, 5 - I am the owner of my karma and the heir of my karma.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2013-03-14 Buddhism & 12 Steps Week 10 (a) 60:27
  Kevin Griffin
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Buddhism & the 12 Steps

2013-03-14 Buddhism & 12 Steps Week 6 (B) 60:27
  Kevin Griffin
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Insight Meditation - 1 Month Retreat

2013-03-15 Opening Talk for the Insight Meditation and Qi Gong Retreat 61:30
  Norman Feldman
This talk also includes Brad Richecoeur
Gaia House Insight Meditation and Qi Gong Retreat

2013-03-15 Brahma Viharas Of Compassion 52:40
  Sky Dawson
Compassionate care, out of our deep understanding.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2013 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2013-03-15 Part 2: Not Stealing, Lying and the Pabhassara Citta 48:30
  Trudy Goodman
An exploration of the fifth and third precepts from a contemplative perspective: what intoxicates? What nourishes and sustains our practice?
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Insight Meditation - 1 Month Retreat

2013-03-16 The Buddha's Path 54:14
  Norman Feldman
A very brief summary of the Buddha's early life, with an outline of The Four Noble Truths and discussion of The Three Characteristics.
Gaia House Insight Meditation and Qi Gong Retreat

2013-03-16 Concentration in Contemplative Practice 50:40
  Richard Mendius
The latest brain research has begun to confirm the central insights of the Buddha and other great teachers. And it’s suggesting ways you can help your brain to enter deeper states of mindfulness, quiet, and concentration. Suffering, joy, and freedom all depend on what happens within your nervous system. Skillful practice thus means being skillful with your own brain. This experiential workshop will offer user-friendly information with lots of practical methods. No background in neuroscience or mindfulness is needed, though teaching are also appropriate for health care professionals. We’ll cover: --- Implications from brain research for steadying the mind... quieting it... and bringing it to singleness --- The brain during the jhanas or other states of deep concentration --- How to help lay the neurological foundation for liberating insight
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2013-03-16 Neural Factors of Mindfulness, Guided Practice 1:49:29
  Rick Hanson
The latest brain research has begun to confirm the central insights of the Buddha and other great teachers. And it’s suggesting ways you can help your brain to enter deeper states of mindfulness, quiet, and concentration. Suffering, joy, and freedom all depend on what happens within your nervous system. Skillful practice thus means being skillful with your own brain. This experiential workshop will offer user-friendly information with lots of practical methods. No background in neuroscience or mindfulness is needed, though teaching are also appropriate for health care professionals. We’ll cover: --- Implications from brain research for steadying the mind... quieting it... and bringing it to singleness --- The brain during the jhanas or other states of deep concentration --- How to help lay the neurological foundation for liberating insight
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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