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Dharma Talks
2017-01-06 End of Retreat Reflection 15:40
  Ayya Santacittā
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery (Angela Center)

2017-01-06 Instructions and Sitting Meditation Day 2 (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 38:36
  Heather Martin
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Essential Dharma Meditation Retreat

2017-01-06 08 Meditation: Mindfulness of Hearing 25:18
  Jill Shepherd
Opening to sound as a meditation object
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2017-01-06 07 Instructions: Mental Noting and Mindfulness of Hearing 12:03
  Jill Shepherd
Different approaches to mindfulness, including the use of mental noting and using sound as the meditation object
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2017-01-06 Morning Reflection: 47:07
  Akincano Marc Weber
4 Dimensions of Mind-Cultivation (bhavanā) | Attention and Mindfulness: Stages
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Embodying the Heart of Wisdom: New Year’s Retreat

2017-01-05 What Channel Are You Tuned To? (Note: This talk has some occasional sound distortion but it's worth it.) 50:52
  James Baraz
As the Buddha said, "We are what we think. With our thoughts we make the world." Our minds can go to the the greatest places of fear, anxiety and ill will or understanding, compassion and peace. When we're lost in confusion we have in us the capacity to remember the goodness and wisdom that our hearts long to connect with. This talk is about remembering that possibility and cultivating access to that Buddha right inside, especially when the outside world is giving us very different messages.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2017-01-05 Hatred Never Ceases Through Hatred 33:18
  Ayya Anandabodhi
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery (Angela Center)

2017-01-05 Desperate Consumerism (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 58:26
  Heather Martin
There are two minds
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Essential Dharma Meditation Retreat

2017-01-05 06 Talk: Three Universal Characteristics and the Five Hindrances 48:34
  Jill Shepherd
The purpose of insight as seeing clearly into the three universal characteristics of anicca - impermanence, dukkha - unsatisfactoriness, and anatta - not-self, and how the five hindrances of sensual desire, ill will or aversion, sloth and torpor, restlessness and remorse, and sceptical doubt get in the way of clear seeing
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre New Year, New Beginnings

2017-01-05 Creativity of perception 61:18
  Catherine McGee
We are in open system, nothing we do is inconsequential - including the ways we consciously or unconsciously conceive of, and perceive experience.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Embodying the Heart of Wisdom: New Year’s Retreat

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