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Dharma Talks
2016-07-19 Appreciating the Ritual of Sitting Meditation 40:35
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center

2016-07-19 Day 6 Afternoon Sit: Introduction to Upekkha 45:13
  Nikki Mirghafori
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Metta Retreat

2016-07-19 Monthly Sitting & Inquiry - July 2016 65:37
  Gina Sharpe
Many of us are still processing the events of earlier this month and perhaps also a multitude of emotions. A number of practitioners are asking how to practice internally and externally, as directed by the Buddha, with the events of our contemporary lives. We are once again asked to investigate a most poignant aspect of practice — how external events can be met internally with the wisdom of interconnectedness, compassion and integrity; and externally without duality. On July 19, as part of our Monthly Sitting & Inquiry, NYI will offer the opportunity to come together and mindfully listen to, share with, and support one another as we bring our practice to all that is occurring within and around us.
New York Insight Meditation Center NYI Regular Talks

2016-07-19 Day 6 Morning Sit: Metta Practice - The Difficult Person 40:21
  Sally Clough Armstrong
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Metta Retreat

2016-07-18 Befriending the Mind 60:33
  Sally Clough Armstrong
Metta is a powerful tool to work with the tendency to be judgemental or harsh with ourselves and others.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Metta Retreat

2016-07-18 Day 5 Afternoon Sit with Instructions: Mudita Practice 47:26
  Heather Martin
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Metta Retreat

2016-07-18 Taking Refuge in Diversity 43:29
  Spring Washam
Dharma Talk from Monday Night Meditation Class on July 18, 2016
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2016-07-18 Day 5 Morning Sit with Instructions: Metta for Neutral Person 41:43
  Tempel Smith
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Metta Retreat

2016-07-17 Metta and Samadhi: Absorbing in Kindness 62:16
  Tempel Smith
Loving-kindness practice can be used to unify the heart and mind in deep contentment. To develop this unity we need to ripen the five jhana (absorption) factors.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Metta Retreat

2016-07-17 The Practice of Integrity - Week 4 - Meditation 25:36
  Mark Nunberg
This six-week course examines the Buddha’s teachings on integrity. We will look at the traditional eight ethical precepts for lay people as guidelines for developing what the Buddha called “the bliss of blamelessness” or “freedom from remorse.” The path taught by the Buddha is grounded in a commitment to non-harming or reverence for life. This commitment supports the arising of calm, joy, and insight.
Common Ground Meditation Center

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