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Dharma Talks
2013-05-25 Getting Real; Getting Free 55:49
  Pascal Auclair
Getting down with the 3 Characteristics
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening in the Body Retreat

2013-05-25 A Heart as Wide as the World - The Practice of Metta and its Relationship to Mindfulness 33:54
  Mark Coleman
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2013-05-25 A Heart as Wide as the World - Metta Meditation 69:21
  Mark Coleman
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2013-05-26 Reflections on The Path of Wisdom and Compassion 47:30
  Jake Dartington
Gaia House Young Person's Retreat: A Path of Wisdom and Compassion

2013-05-26 Meditation Instructions 34:13
  Kirsten Kratz
Gaia House Young Person's Retreat: A Path of Wisdom and Compassion

2013-05-26 Eightfold Path: When the Rubber Meets the Road 54:18
  Spring Washam
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening in the Body Retreat

2013-05-27 Morning Instructions and Reflection 14:52
  Greg Scharf
Guided Meditation/Instructions and reflection on the hindrances.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Liberation of Heart and Mind: Insight Meditation and Lovingkindness Retreat

2013-05-27 Mindfulness Of The Body - The Four Elements 53:58
  Greg Scharf
An introduction to the Satipatthana Sutta followed by an investigation of mindfulness of the body with a fixed focus on the four elements
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Liberation of Heart and Mind: Insight Meditation and Lovingkindness Retreat

2013-05-27 Feeding The Wolf of Love, Restraining The Wolf of Hate 59:00
  Rick Hanson
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2013-05-28 I-Making & Mine-Making Constructing Self 39:21
  Shaila Catherine
How is a sense of self constructed? What is the concept of not-self in Buddhist practice? How do we construct identity? This talk explores the traditional model of the five aggregates affected by clinging and explains how clinging occurs in contact with sensory experience. The five aggregates—materiality, feeling, perception, mental formations, and consciousness—represent an early Buddhist model for understanding how suffering forms through misperception. Clinging to misperceptions produces a sense of continuity in experience that we conventionally call "I", and a relationship to experience the we conventionally call "mine". This model clarifies the precise objects contemplated in vipassana (insight) meditation practice. This talk explains each aggregate so that insight may liberate the mind from this subtle type of attachment.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Tuesday Talks

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