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2015-01-26 Knowing And Unknowing Body 62:36
  Chris Cullen
Introduces body practices from the Satipatthana Sutta
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Mindfulness, Insight, Liberation: The Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Modalities and Research

2015-01-25 Mindfulness As Recollection Of Being 67:36
  John Peacock
A description of the different terms of mindfulness
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Mindfulness, Insight, Liberation: The Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Modalities and Research

2015-01-24 Opening Talk 55:05
  Christina Feldman
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Mindfulness, Insight, Liberation: The Foundations of Mindfulness-Based Modalities and Research

2015-01-24 When Love Meets Fear 1 47:17
  David Richo
Our inalienable rights as humans extend not only to political liberty but likewise to freedom from fear and neediness. HH Dalai Lama Our accessibility to effective relating may be inhibited by fears, especially ones not based in reality. Relationships thrive best in an atmosphere of openness to one another. Our accessibility to love may be inhibited by fear and we are so often needlessly on the defensive. What are the origins and meanings of our fears of intimacy, of abandonment, of closeness? What makes us hold ourselves back or run from feelings? In this seminar we find ways to free ourselves from the grip of fear so that it no longer stops or drives our ways of being together. This daylong will provide techniques that show how to feel fear directly so we can then behave in ways that show we do not act on our fear nor let it interfere with our healthy goals. The result will be that we are no longer driven or stopped by fear, though we may still feel it. In this seminar, we combine lecture and practices that are both psychological and spiritual. Even a little progress is freedom from fear...Bhagavad Gita
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2015-01-24 When Love Meets Fear 2 16:51
  David Richo
Our inalienable rights as humans extend not only to political liberty but likewise to freedom from fear and neediness. HH Dalai Lama Our accessibility to effective relating may be inhibited by fears, especially ones not based in reality. Relationships thrive best in an atmosphere of openness to one another. Our accessibility to love may be inhibited by fear and we are so often needlessly on the defensive. What are the origins and meanings of our fears of intimacy, of abandonment, of closeness? What makes us hold ourselves back or run from feelings? In this seminar we find ways to free ourselves from the grip of fear so that it no longer stops or drives our ways of being together. This daylong will provide techniques that show how to feel fear directly so we can then behave in ways that show we do not act on our fear nor let it interfere with our healthy goals. The result will be that we are no longer driven or stopped by fear, though we may still feel it. In this seminar, we combine lecture and practices that are both psychological and spiritual. Even a little progress is freedom from fear...Bhagavad Gita
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2015-01-24 When Love Meets Fear 3 9:07
  David Richo
Our inalienable rights as humans extend not only to political liberty but likewise to freedom from fear and neediness. HH Dalai Lama Our accessibility to effective relating may be inhibited by fears, especially ones not based in reality. Relationships thrive best in an atmosphere of openness to one another. Our accessibility to love may be inhibited by fear and we are so often needlessly on the defensive. What are the origins and meanings of our fears of intimacy, of abandonment, of closeness? What makes us hold ourselves back or run from feelings? In this seminar we find ways to free ourselves from the grip of fear so that it no longer stops or drives our ways of being together. This daylong will provide techniques that show how to feel fear directly so we can then behave in ways that show we do not act on our fear nor let it interfere with our healthy goals. The result will be that we are no longer driven or stopped by fear, though we may still feel it. In this seminar, we combine lecture and practices that are both psychological and spiritual. Even a little progress is freedom from fear...Bhagavad Gita
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2015-01-24 When Love Meets Fear 5 55:23
  David Richo
Our inalienable rights as humans extend not only to political liberty but likewise to freedom from fear and neediness. HH Dalai Lama Our accessibility to effective relating may be inhibited by fears, especially ones not based in reality. Relationships thrive best in an atmosphere of openness to one another. Our accessibility to love may be inhibited by fear and we are so often needlessly on the defensive. What are the origins and meanings of our fears of intimacy, of abandonment, of closeness? What makes us hold ourselves back or run from feelings? In this seminar we find ways to free ourselves from the grip of fear so that it no longer stops or drives our ways of being together. This daylong will provide techniques that show how to feel fear directly so we can then behave in ways that show we do not act on our fear nor let it interfere with our healthy goals. The result will be that we are no longer driven or stopped by fear, though we may still feel it. In this seminar, we combine lecture and practices that are both psychological and spiritual. Even a little progress is freedom from fear...Bhagavad Gita
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2015-01-24 When Love Meets Fear 4 41:18
  David Richo
Our inalienable rights as humans extend not only to political liberty but likewise to freedom from fear and neediness. HH Dalai Lama Our accessibility to effective relating may be inhibited by fears, especially ones not based in reality. Relationships thrive best in an atmosphere of openness to one another. Our accessibility to love may be inhibited by fear and we are so often needlessly on the defensive. What are the origins and meanings of our fears of intimacy, of abandonment, of closeness? What makes us hold ourselves back or run from feelings? In this seminar we find ways to free ourselves from the grip of fear so that it no longer stops or drives our ways of being together. This daylong will provide techniques that show how to feel fear directly so we can then behave in ways that show we do not act on our fear nor let it interfere with our healthy goals. The result will be that we are no longer driven or stopped by fear, though we may still feel it. In this seminar, we combine lecture and practices that are both psychological and spiritual. Even a little progress is freedom from fear...Bhagavad Gita
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2015-01-21 Listening to the Calling of Our Hearts 1:21:46
  Tara Brach
In any moment, our intention - what we are energetically wanting - shapes our life experience. While our deepest intention may be to realize and live from loving awareness, we are often driven by egoic fear and grasping. This talk explores how mindfulness can recognize our prevailing intention, and by staying present, kind and accepting, we can reconnect with the deeper longings that carry us to awakening and freedom.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2015-01-21 Anapanasati 1:15:37
  Doug Phillips
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

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