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Dharma Talks
2016-08-22 Explorations and Q&A on Meditation Practices 56:21
  Mark Coleman
Dharma Talk from Monday Night Meditation Class on Monday, August 22nd, 2016
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2016-08-21 Opening Night Talk 24:14
  Sally Clough Armstrong
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration Retreat

2016-08-21 Calming the Restless Mind 6:54:13
  Howard Cohn
Everyone wants to be calm and peaceful. Much of our restlessness and agitation stems from an untrained mind and lack of clear perception of what's happening in our mind and body moment-to-moment.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Concentration Retreat

2016-08-20 Time 7:03:03
  Norman Fischer
Daylong from August 20th, 2016 with Norman Fischer
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2016-08-19 The Camel Knows the Way: Reflections on Faith 51:00
  Spring Washam
Teachings on the power of faith. Inspirational teachings.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Moving Into Meditation with Mindful Yoga

2016-08-18 "The Tall Poppy and the Shrinking Violet" 49:23
  James Baraz
Strong identification with self often leads to an insecurity that can manifest in two extremes: someone hungry for recognition, validation and praise or someone who is shy, lost in self-judgment, and afraid of being exposed as an impostor. Both of these are all too human. There is a middle path where one knows ones worth and appreciates their wholesome qualities while not identifying with them. This talk explores how practice can support a wise understanding that allows us to just be ourselves and know that is enough.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2016-08-17 How Hope Can Heal and Free Us – Part 2 1:15:23
  Tara Brach
The mature expression of hope includes three elements: the aspiration for manifesting our full potential, a trust that this is possible, and an energy that engages to serve this unfolding. In this talk, we explore the importance of hope on the spiritual path, its shadow side, and how we can nourish hope through these three elements in a way that serves inner freedom and the healing of our world. Reflection: “When you’re feeling most alive and present, what’s going on? What are you doing? What do you love? Take a moment to take one thing that you know you really love – imagine it – sense yourself engaged in what you love. What’s going on inside you that makes this so precious? Sense who you are when you’re doing what you love. Know that this is another pathway to belonging – to your heart – to aliveness. This is a pathway to living with the sense of possibility in every moment.” ~ Tara
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2016-08-15 The Practices of Lovingkindness and Compassion - Week 1 - Talk 67:56
  Mark Nunberg
The Buddha offered the Divine Abodes reflections as skillful and joyful places for the mind to abide. These practices aim at uncovering the heart’s natural capacity to love, care for, and appreciate all beings unconditionally, including ourselves. These practices are designed to help us get in touch with that wellspring in our hearts from which unconditional love flows.
Common Ground Meditation Center

2016-08-15 The Practices of Lovingkindness and Compassion - Week 1 - Meditation 41:06
  Mark Nunberg
The Buddha offered the Divine Abodes reflections as skillful and joyful places for the mind to abide. These practices aim at uncovering the heart’s natural capacity to love, care for, and appreciate all beings unconditionally, including ourselves. These practices are designed to help us get in touch with that wellspring in our hearts from which unconditional love flows.
Common Ground Meditation Center

2016-08-15 The Practices of Lovingkindness and Compassion - Week 1 - Intro - The Benefits of Chanting the Divine Abodes 5:30
  Mark Nunberg
The Buddha offered the Divine Abodes reflections as skillful and joyful places for the mind to abide. These practices aim at uncovering the heart’s natural capacity to love, care for, and appreciate all beings unconditionally, including ourselves. These practices are designed to help us get in touch with that wellspring in our hearts from which unconditional love flows.
Common Ground Meditation Center

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