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Dharma Talks
2016-04-20 Transforming the Judgmental Mind 1 - An Introduction 61:57
  Donald Rothberg
We examine the nature of the judgmental mind, its relationship to discernment, the importance of working with the judgmental mind, and some practical ways to begin transforming the judgmental mind.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2016-04-18 Grief, Love and Groundlessness 53:49
  Matthew Brensilver
Audio recording of the Monday night class on April 18, 2016 with Matthew Brensilver.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2016-04-17 Reflecting on Metta 56:15
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center

2016-04-15 Nowness Wholeness Allness Oneness 62:38
  Rick Hanson
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Evolving Together: Mindfulness, Meditation and Modern Science Retreat

2016-04-15 Big Sky Guided Meditation 48:33
  Wes Nisker
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Evolving Together: Mindfulness, Meditation and Modern Science Retreat

2016-04-14 Sacred Activism Part 4: Holding a Vision 54:31
  James Baraz
Besides learning how to work with various emotions and reactions that come up in response to various events, it's important to hold an inspiring vision of possibilities so that we are motivated to work toward that desired outcome. Dharma concepts such as Clear Comprehension of Purpose can be applied to help us create an inspiring vision. Joanna Macy's Active Hope and Andrew Harvey's outline of current positive developments that give one hope are included.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2016-04-14 Evolving Together: Meditation and Modern Science, Talk 3 44:56
  Anushka Fernandopulle
Inspiration from Inky (the octopus). Let go of the past, future and present. Six sense doors. Relativity of sight. Resting in not knowing. Robots and dark matter.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Evolving Together: Mindfulness, Meditation and Modern Science Retreat

2016-04-14 Metta for Self and the Earth 40:45
  Wes Nisker
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Evolving Together: Mindfulness, Meditation and Modern Science Retreat

2016-04-13 Self, No-self and Race 45:56
  Ayya Anandabodhi
A talk given with Pamela Weiss at SFInsight after the 'Undoing Racism' training at Spirit Rock.
Aloka Vihara

2016-04-13 Meditation - Vipassana - Practice of Seeing Clearly 18:38
  Tara Brach
Vipassana, also known as insight meditation, is training in bringing a clear mindful attention to our moment to moment experience. We begin by relaxing through the body and then resting attention with the breath - or some other sensory anchor - and allowing the mind to settle. Then we open to whatever is predominant or calling our attention - sensations, emotions, sounds - meeting each arising experience with a clear, kind attention. The gift of this process is discovering balance in the midst of the changing flow, and gaining deep insight into the nature of reality.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

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