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Dharma Talks
2014-01-11 Concentration Meditation 10:42
  Richard Mendius
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2014-01-11 There is no Big Dipper 64:56
  Howard Cohn
Opening to love and seeing through the self illusion
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Essential Dharma Meditation Retreat

2014-01-12 Liberté et déterminisme 45:33
  Charles Genoud
Centre Bouddhiste Vimalakirti

2014-01-12 S.O.S. - Sitting on Sunday 1:46:17
  Gina Sharpe
New York Insight Meditation Center NYI Regular Talks

2014-01-12 Understanding The Obstacles To Meditation 53:09
  Mark Coleman
What are the hindrances to meditation - how do they manifest and how do we develop a skillful compassionate and wise relationship to them.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Mindfulness, Insight, Liberation: The Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Modalities and Research

2014-01-13 les sept facteurs d'éveil 60:05
  Patricia Genoud-Feldman
donné pendant la retraite d'un mois à Montchardon 2014
Centre Bouddhiste Vimalakirti

2014-01-13 The Awakened Mind 59:36
  Dale Borglum
Compassion, clarity and spaciousness are the qualities of an awakened mind.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2014-01-13 A Guided Meditation on Living & Dying 50:30
  Dale Borglum
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2014-01-13 Concentration and Insight 48:04
  Sharon Salzberg
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Mindfulness, Insight, Liberation: The Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Modalities and Research

2014-01-14 Hardwiring Happiness 1:16:46
  Rick Hanson
In his newest book, Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm, and Confidence, Dr. Rick Hanson explains how the mind shapes the brain: neurons that fire together, wire together. Positive experiences are the main source of the neural structures underlying motivation, self-worth, the executive functions, good mood, kindness, resilience, and other inner strengths. Unfortunately, most positive experiences are wasted on the brain because it evolved a negativity bias to help our ancestors survive. It’s like Velcro for bad experiences but Teflon for good ones. To solve this problem, this talk will present the four simple HEAL steps of taking in the good, which turn passing experiences into lasting neural resources. We’ll explore how to use these methods to build confidence, focus attention, lower anxiety, and fundamentally, hardwire happiness into the brain.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Tuesday Talks

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