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Dharma Talks
2011-04-29 Continuity and Intimacy 59:07
  Eugene Cash
Deepening concentration moves on two axis - horizontal and vertical. Continuity, or staying over time, is the horizontal axis. Intimacy, or the movement toward dissolving the subject/object, is the vertical axis. Together concentration deepens.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration

2011-04-28 7. Equanimity (upekkha) 54:04
  James Baraz
Seventh and final talk in an 8-week series on the 7 Factors of Awakening that began with an overview on March 10, 2011.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2011-04-28 The Paramis and Generosity 1:24:04
  Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage Vivekananda

2011-04-27 The Blessings of Embodied Awareness 1:20:15
  Tara Brach
One expression of our suffering is homelessness--feeling cut off from the presence and aliveness that is our source. This talk explores the existential and cultural forces that foster disconnection from our physical and energetic being, the practices that enable us to embrace our unlived life and the gifts of homecoming.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2011-04-27 Awareness of Body 40:47
  Howard Cohn
Mission Dharma

2011-04-27 Buddhist Instructions on Mindfulness of the Body 55:51
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

2011-04-27 Equanimity in Action- Part I 61:54
  Donald Rothberg
We explore how mature equanimity is expressed through wisdom, the open heart, and the body. We examine some of the qualities of equanimity and how we develop it in the midst of action, as well as on the cushion.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2011-04-27 Wisdom 2: Benefits of the Insight Knowledges 1:18:41
  Sayadaw Vivekananda
Mountain Hermitage Vivekananda

2011-04-26 Exploring the Three Dimensions of Concentration 58:25
  Phillip Moffitt
Concentration can be explored as a function of mind, as an essential and distinct part of the path of liberation and as a "felt experience" in this very moment. Each exploration deepens understanding and empowers concentration.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration

2011-04-26 Satipatthana Sutta, Third Foundation: Division Through Shame 59:40
  Rodney Smith
While we may have guilt over an incident or a series of mishaps, shame is the accompanying attitude about oneself and can therefore be far more disruptive. Life becomes an uphill battle against our destructive inward narrative. Its variations go from feeling lesser and smaller than to being an obstacle and ultimately better off not existing. Confronting our conclusion around shame is taking on our emotional posture to life itself.
Seattle Insight Meditation Society
In collection The Satipatthana Sutta

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