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Dharma Talks
2009-10-12 Mindfulness of the Body. 56:42
  Sally Clough Armstrong
Though the heart of our meditation practice is to understand and free the mind, much of our experience is known through the body, so our relationship to the body is extremely important. Learning how to work skillfully with both pleasant and painful experiences is essential in meditation, and developing a wise attitude to the body that appreciates it yet doesn’t identify with it as me or mine is a great support to the deepening of practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Two-Month Retreat

2009-10-12 Sure Heart's Release: Part 1: Generosity, Living in Harmony 59:00
  Kamala Masters
Insight Meditation Center, Los Altos, CA Mindfulness with Wisdom

2009-10-12 Finding Peace in Stillness and Movement 55:01
  Catherine McGee
Gaia House Stillness and Movement - Insight Meditation and Qi Gong

2009-10-11 Opening Talk: Aspiration, Format, Training, What you need to know 43:25
  Steve Armstrong
Insight Meditation Center, Los Altos, CA Mindfulness with Wisdom

2009-10-11 Capacity for Life 57:13
  Brad Richecoeur
Gaia House Stillness and Movement - Meditation and Qi Gong Retreat

2009-10-10 Dukkha and the End of Dukkha 57:31
  Catherine McGee
Gaia House Stillness and Movement - Insight Meditation and Qi Gong

2009-10-08 Concentration 60:46
  Marcia Rose
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2009 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2009-10-08 Controlling This Difficult Mind Of Ours 55:46
  Sharda Rogell
The Buddha encouraged us to discriminate our thoughts into two sets: Those that led to freedom and those that lead to bondage. What are some skillful; tools to work with our persistent and difficult patterns of thought.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Two-Month Retreat

2009-10-08 Parami: A Life of Dhamma 61:42
  Steve Armstrong
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Wisdom

2009-10-07 Skeleton Woman 45:55
  Tara Brach
If we can embrace the whole of our nature with unconditional presence - including the inevitability of change and loss--we discover deep wisdom and enduring love.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

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