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Dharma Talks
2012-04-04 4 Noble Truths in Real Time 53:37
  Howard Cohn
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Meditation and Yoga Retreat

2012-04-04 Beyond the Prison of Beliefs 1:13:33
  Tara Brach
Most of us have core fear beliefs that obscure our true nature and bind us in repeating patterns of painful emotions and behavior. This talk looks at the beliefs that limit us and the freedom that is possible when we investigate them with a kind, mindful awareness.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2012-04-05 Unconditional Yin & Dynamic Yoga 1:29:04
  Janice Gates
Morning Yoga Session
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Meditation and Yoga Retreat

2012-04-05 Finding the Balance 49:26
  Ayya Tathaaloka
Evening talk on Finding the Balance.
Wellington Insight Meditation Community

2012-04-05 Hindrances as Opportunities in Yoga & Meditation 53:22
  Anne Cushman
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Meditation and Yoga Retreat

2012-04-05 When bad things happen to good people. 53:06
  James Baraz
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2012-04-06 Papanca 61:14
  Anna Douglas
Lost in thought? How can we identify and work with the four root causes of getting entangled in our thoughts?
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Meditation and Yoga Retreat

2012-04-06 Finding Ease In Life And Practice 51:26
  Sky Dawson
This talk explores Right Effort; how to find a balance; how to ask questions that ensure we use effort wisely.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge April 2012 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2012-04-06 Equanimity 55:36
  Ayya Santacittā
Aloka Vihara

2012-04-07 The Phenomenology of Meditation (Part One) 59:36
  Stephen Batchelor
Buddhist meditation is the refinement of a sensibility rather the gaining of proficiency in a technique. This sensibility is founded on "embracing dukkha", i.e. the totality of one's existential condition, and then cultivating meditation as (a) embodiment, (b) receptivity and (c) wonderment. Such a sensibility can then be further developed through stillness (samatha) and insight (vipassana).
Gaia House Zen Retreat

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