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2008-11-06 King Pasenadi Goes on a Diet (Part 3) also Self Knowing a Quiet Passion #37 1:18:25
  Larry Rosenberg
Reflections on the Buddha's Teaching of Mindful Eating and the Flowering of Wisdom.
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center CIMC Wednesday Talks

2008-11-06 Die vier Brahmaviharas 56:46
  Fred Von Allmen
Liebe, Mitgefühl, Mitfreude, Gleichmut
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg

2008-11-06 A Journey To Now With Mindfulness And Concentration 59:01
  Sharda Rogell
An overview of the qualities of mindfulness as an expression of the awakening mind and heart.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Embodied Presence

2008-11-06 The Dharma Practice Of Facing The Crises Of Our Times 1:10:19
  Donald Rothberg
The challenges and crises of our times are immense - at the current time, there are economic, political, ethical and ecological crises, among others. To face these crises as practice demands, however, the same qualities demanded by the immensity of awakening -- (1) wisdom expressed as the ability to hold together opposites, (2) a deep listening for our calling, (3) a toolbox of skillful means, (4) a heart to transform difficult emotions, such as anger, fear and sadness, and (5) continual persistence and growing confidence in liberation.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Path of Engagement #4

2008-11-06 Change 54:34
  James Baraz
James Baraz talks about the stunning changes that have already taken place with the election of Barack Obama.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2008-11-06 Approaches to the Hindrances 1:30:46
  Rob Burbea
Gaia House Solitary Month Retreat

2008-11-06 Instructions 14:11
  Mary Grace Orr
Insight Santa Cruz

2008-11-06 Questions 24:08
  Mary Grace Orr
Insight Santa Cruz

2008-11-05 The Three Characteristics - part 1: Unsatisfactoriness 1:20:03
  Tara Brach
The Buddha described three basic and interrelated insights into nature of reality that are revealed through a clear and deep attention. Called "the three characteristics," these insights include dukkha (unsatisfactoriness), annicha (impermanence) and annata (selflessness or emptiness). In the first of this three week series of talks, we explore the meaning of dukkha, how we directly recognize the varied expressions of dukkha and it's gift when met with full presence.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2008-11-05 Samadhi and Guarding the Mind 55:48
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

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