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Dharma Talks
2013-10-04 The Path of Joy 61:18
  Mark Coleman
The Buddhist path supports an opening of the heart to Joy. This talk explores paths to joy and what allows the heart to awaken to=happiness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Flavors of Kindness: A Retreat on Love, Joy, Compassion and Equanimity

2013-10-05 First Night Reflections 54:29
  Catherine McGee
Reflecting on mindfulness of body, which helps us to slow down and study the mind. It supports the sensitivity of heart, and is the way to walk our talk'.
Gaia House Qi Gong and Meditation

2013-10-05 Talk and instruction on Equanimity practice 55:44
  Mark Coleman
Orientation and meditation instructions and Q&A
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Flavors of Kindness: A Retreat on Love, Joy, Compassion and Equanimity

2013-10-05 The Parami of Metta 54:54
  Narayan Helen Liebenson
True North Insight Your Life is Your Practice

2013-10-05 Equanimity - The Stillness in the Flow 49:28
  Sharda Rogell
What is Equanimity? It is the stillness within the flow of conditions and is accessible in one moment when we let go of our reactivity and grasping.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Flavors of Kindness: A Retreat on Love, Joy, Compassion and Equanimity

2013-10-05 Retreat is Ceremony: Staying connected during intensive practice 56:20
  Bonnie Duran
This talk summarizes the learnings from sitting in on practice interviews, IMS staff, and advise and personal reflections about continuous mindfulness.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1

2013-10-06 The Vulnerability of Being Human 48:12
  Brad Richecoeur
Gaia House Qi Gong and Meditation

2013-10-06 Seven Factors Of Awakening 62:40
  Guy Armstrong
The Buddha described seven qualities of mind as leading directly to awakening. This talk describes the development and balancing of the factors.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1

2013-10-07 All In This Together 57:20
  Catherine McGee
The inter-relationship between inner and outer. Knowing that we belong as a basis for meeting and responding to the suffering of our world, both inner and outer.
Gaia House Qi Gong and Meditation
In collection One Earth Sangha

2013-10-07 Evaluating Your Meditation Practice 54:31
  Winnie Nazarko
We have a strong tendency to "grade" our practice as we do it. Generally, this does not work well, and this talks explains why.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1

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