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2011-02-19 Metta: Tenderness & Connection 62:07
  Guy Armstrong
Metta practice makes the heart more sensitive to the joys and sorrows that sentient beings are subject to. This tenderness becomes the avenue for us to discover our deep connection to all of life and end a sense of isolation.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Monthlong Insight Retreat

2011-02-19 Retreats And A Thriving Daily Life Practices (Part1) 47:31
  Larry Rosenberg
A new attitude towards intensive meditation retreats so that our practice in daily life is enhanced.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Art of Mindful Living: Insight Meditation Retreat

2011-02-19 Generous Cultivation (Sat. Talk) 41:42
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka Winter Retreat

2011-02-19 Questioning Reality (Question and Answer Session 5) 1:28:18
  Rob Burbea
Gaia House Metta and Emptiness (Level 1)

2011-02-19 Ethics, Meditation and Wisdom 43:53
  Jake Dartington
Gaia House Young Person's Retreat - Ethics, Meditative Calm and Wise Understanding

2011-02-18 The Truth in Ordinary Things 54:39
  Winnie Nazarko
Our lives are the raw material for liberating insight to arise. Even outside of meditation, the three characteristics of conditioned things -- impermanence, unsatisfactoriness and not-self -- are present in all experience. Understanding this directly and continuously, in the context of the Buddha's core teachings, leads to liberation.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Monthlong Insight Retreat

2011-02-18 Contentment Gratitude 27:21
  Ajahn Sumedho
02 of 43 from Luang Por Sumedho - CD: Talks from Thailand (2008-2014)

2011-02-18 Honouring The Ceased-(Magha Puja) 58:49
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka Winter Retreat

2011-02-18 Not Me, Not Mine as Compassion 56:48
  Catherine McGee
Gaia House Metta and Emptiness (Level 1)

2011-02-17 Working with the Judging Mind 64:30
  James Baraz
A reflection on the comparing and judging mind highlighted with stories and readings. Includes a useful practice based on a quote from the 3rd Zen Patriarch: "The burdensome practice of judging brings annoyance and weariness." The evening ends with a brief discussion with the sangha. This talk was also given at the February 2011 month-long retreat at Spirit Rock: Working with the Judging Mind

Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

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