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Dharma Talks
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

2014-02-18 Wising up to Delusion 65:48
  Andrea Fella
An exploration of the ways delusion manifests in the mind.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Month Long Retreat - 2014

2014-02-19 Brain Washing, Part 3 - Everyday language, Dharma language 58:11
  Larry Rosenberg
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Art of Mindful Living: Insight Meditation Retreat

2014-02-19 Heart Practices in Difficult Times 4 - Compassion 2 57:46
  Donald Rothberg
We look at the importance of the different parts of our practice - intentions, ethics, mindfulness, wisdom and grounding in the body - for responding to difficult situations- individual, interpersonal and related to the wider world. We then look at how to develop and practice compassion in difficult situations.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2014-02-19 Looking Upon One Another with Kindly Eyes: The incredible Value of Sangha 1:12:00
  Ayya Tathaaloka
Ayya Tathaaloka explores her own journey as a woman in this tradition and how kindness can guide us to our true nature and to true community. She offers teachings on the significance of the presence, practice and teaching of Fully Ordained Buddhist Women within the Western Theravadan Buddhist lay community, the inspiration of such a presence within the greater American society, and its connection to ideals and visions of enlightenment.
Dhammadharini (Yoga Mendocino)

2014-02-19 Part 2: Heart of Compassion 1:24:50
  Tara Brach
Most of us consciously value compassion, but move through much of life without access to the full capacity of our heart. This talk explores the self-compassion that is the very grounds of loving our world.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2014-02-20 Investigating Sense of Self 61:25
  Carol Wilson
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Month Long Retreat - 2014

2014-02-20 Compassionate Action 55:56
  Heather Sundberg
Six Principles of Compassionate Action
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

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