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Dharma Talks
2014-02-16 Part 5 59:29
  Lama Surya Das
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening the Buddha Within

2014-02-16 Part 1 22:31
  Lama Surya Das
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening the Buddha Within

2014-02-16 Knowing and Unknowing the Body 62:54
  Chris Cullen
Gaia House Origins and Applications of Mindfulness - MBCT MBSR Retreat

2014-02-16 Making Room For "Clear Seeing" 45:10
  Michael Grady
Developing a wise and compassionate attitude in meditation
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Art of Mindful Living: Insight Meditation Retreat

2014-02-17 NYI People of Color Sit with Gina Sharpe 35:52
  Gina Sharpe
NYI People of Color Sit with Gina Sharpe
New York Insight Meditation Center POC Sangha Evening

2014-02-17 The Dialogue Between Mindfulness and Wise Effort 55:06
  Christina Feldman
Gaia House Origins and Applications of Mindfulness - MBCT MBSR Retreat

2014-02-17 Brain Washing, Part 2 - Everyday language, Dharma language 48:12
  Larry Rosenberg
Cleaning the mind of these three poisons. Reflections on clear seeing
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Art of Mindful Living: Insight Meditation Retreat

2014-02-17 Contentment 57:29
  James Baraz
The Buddha called contentment "our greatest wealth." It's the antidote to the wanting mind and the route that leads us from attachment to freedom.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Month Long Retreat - 2014

2014-02-18 Non-Judgement and Wise Discernment 55:26
  Jenny Wilks
Mindfulness is often described as non-judgmental. This talk considers what this means and how it relates to the capacity to distinguish between skilful and unskillful mind-states and behaviours.
Gaia House Origins and Applications of Mindfulness - MBCT MBSR Retreat

2014-02-18 Views And Opinions 60:05
  Annie Nugent
We look at various permutations of views and opinions in this talk – Pointing fingers at others, we miss the fact that we are simply caught in our views and opinions. I am better than you... I am worse than you... all opinions and comparisons that keep us living in a very small world of delusion when mindfulness is not present - we don't see them as impermanent arisings in the mind.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge February 2014 at IMS - Forest Refuge

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