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Dharma Talks
2009-07-01 Part 3 - Wise Practice - The Heart of Buddhism 1:14:19
  Tara Brach
This four week series reviews many key components of Buddhist meditation practice. Beginning with intention and attitude, we cover the strategies that help us arrive in presence, the key elements of mindfulness, working with difficult emotional states and the practices that awaken our heart. Each week will include guided meditations and reflections.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2009-07-01 First and Last Freedom: Right View 62:01
  Bhante Buddharakkhita
Spirit Rock Meditation Center People of Color

2009-07-01 Gratitude 62:04
  Sylvia Boorstein
Giving away fixed views as the path to peace.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2009-07-01 Aspiration, Knowledge, Wisdom 57:01
  Steve Armstrong
Christine Center :  Insight and the Art of Equanimity

2009-06-29 Wise Thought & Freedom with Bhante Buddharakkhita 66:10
  Jack Kornfield
How to understand and work with the mind, to awaken compassion and understanding. Skillful thoughts and Unskillful thoughts.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2009-06-29 The Parami of Generosity 1:18:09
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage Vivekananda

2009-06-29 Faith 29:23
  Jason Murphy
Insight Santa Cruz

2009-06-28 Cultivating a Spacious, Balanced Mind of Equanimity 1:10:42
  Kamala Masters
Christine Center :  Insight and the Art of Equanimity

2009-06-28 Five Spiritual Faculties 58:37
  Kamala Masters
Christine Center :  Insight and the Art of Equanimity

2009-06-27 Service as a Path of Practice 45:25
  Donald Rothberg
How do we take our service as a path of practice? Most basically, we take helping others as the center (or a major part) of our lives, and we examine, in our service, what helps develop “selfless” service and the barriers to such service, especially a sense of duality between self and other. We explore how a connection between “inner” and “outer” practice structures a life of service, and how such practice can also be understood as the development of particular qualities—we focus on the development of (1) clarity of intentions, (2) generosity, (3) gratitude, and (4) compassion, and on some of the challenges that arise when cultivating such qualities, and in service generally.
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