Donate  |   Contact

The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
Dharma Talks
2008-05-31 Joy Of Practice 69:45
  Mark Coleman
What are the joys and fruits of the practice of Vipassana/mindfulness? This talk elaborates the peace, joy, freedom that arises from meditation; especially in regard to seeing clearly the nature of thought, papanca and disengaging from the delusions of mind.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation for the Curious

2008-05-31 An Introduction To Metta 56:06
  Michele McDonald
An introduction to and description of Metta Meditation – the qualities of Metta
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Loving Friendliness: Metta Retreat

2008-05-31 Exploring Mindfulness 60:01
Gaia House An Exploration Of Mindfulness

2008-05-31 Mindfulness and the Indriyas 1:13:03
This talk also includes Mahesi Caplan
Gaia House An Exploration Of Mindfulness

2008-05-30 Questions And Answers 63:40
  Joseph Goldstein
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge May 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2008-05-30 An Exploration of Mindfulness 44:46
This talk also includes Mahesi Caplan
Gaia House An Exploration Of Mindfulness

2008-05-28 My Religion Is Kindness 1:13:33
  Tara Brach
The expression of inner freedom is a kind heart. This talk explores how we armor our hearts, and the pathways of awakening our natural capacity for loving unconditionally. The session includes an experiential inquiry that helps reveal the ways we create separation, and the possibility of healing and freeing our heart.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2008-05-28 Practicing in Daily Life: Compassionate Action Flowing from Stillness 55:59
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

2008-05-26 Five Guidelines For Practicing With Conflict 46:54
  Donald Rothberg
We explore five aspects of bringing our practice to conflicts - inner, interpersonal, group, or social: 1. At the heart of such practice is transforming reactivity and responding skillfully. Also crucial are different ways of: 2. grounding and centering in the body, 3. resting in the heart, 4. maintaining a non-dual vision, and 5. continuing to be deeply engaged and acting without attachment to immediate outcomes, once we have acted responsively.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Path of Engagement

2008-05-26 Paramis Series #3 Energy That Sustains 52:10
  Myoshin Kelley
An exploration of the energy that is directed towards liberation and guided by right view and intention.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge

Creative Commons License