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2013-09-29 Fear and Fearlessness 59:19
  Guy Armstrong
Fear is one of our deepest and most powerful tendencies of mind. In the midst of it we might believe that something bad is about to happen. However, fear is only a passing emotion. When we can see it this way, it starts to lose its power over us.Not yet titled
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1

2013-09-30 Forgiveness Practice 59:35
  Bhante Buddharakkhita
Forgiveness practice is a process of letting go of the emotion of feeling being hurt or wounded
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1

2013-09-30 Metta Meditation #2 44:19
  Kamala Masters
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Through Dhamma Eyes, Awareness with Wisdom

2013-09-30 Surrender To Truth 54:59
  Winnie Nazarko
How "wise effort" to practice the Dharma is really a kind of receptive letting go. How our usual ways of controlling things can be relinquished.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1

2013-10-01 Exploring Perception and sense Of Self 55:09
  Carol Wilson
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1

2013-10-01 4th Day Instructions: Awareness of Mind 15:36
  Steve Armstrong
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Through Dhamma Eyes, Awareness with Wisdom

2013-10-01 Divine Respect (Compassion) 58:50
  Kamala Masters
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Through Dhamma Eyes, Awareness with Wisdom

2013-10-01 Investigating Aversion and Anger 38:15
  Shaila Catherine
This recording begins with approximately 20 minutes of teachings on anger, followed by a little less than 20 minutes of a guided meditative reflection. The talk examines the force of aversion, anger, hatred, and hostility as manifestations of what in Pali are called dose-rooted states. Rather than criticize and judge ourselves when anger arises, we extract ourselves from the story of anger, and practice seeing it as an experience of suffering—as dukkha. Anger does not happen to us; we actively engage in the process. Therefore, through clear seeing and wise inquiry, we can change the conditions that perpetuate anger in our lives. Often anger arises when there is unwise attention to an unpleasant sensory or mental contact. We can learn to work mindfully with these deeply conditioned tendencies and feeling how it manifests in the body, become aware of the feeling tone (vedana), recognize the mental state, and discern how it functions—its origin, cessation, and way leading to its cessation. The primary antidote is mindfulness.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Tuesday Talks

2013-10-02 Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation 36:15
  Mark Coleman
Intro to integrating kindness into the practice of mindfulness
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Flavors of Kindness: A Retreat on Love, Joy, Compassion and Equanimity

2013-10-02 The Anatomy of Ignorance 2 - The Social Roots of Ignorance and climate Disruption 64:06
  Donald Rothberg
For Earth Care Week we review the three aspects of ignorance examined last week - personal (or psychological), social, and universal. We focus on the social roots of ignorance with attention mostly to understanding and responding to the climate crisis.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

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