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Dharma Talks
2016-09-24 32 Parts of the Body Chant 9:43
  Bob Stahl
Chant of 32 Parts of the Body - 5x forward, 5x backward, 5x forward and backwards
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Finding Freedom in the Body: Mindfulness of the Body as a Gateway to Liberation

2016-09-23 The Shared World 58:21
  Bob Stahl
More Teaching on the 32 Parts of the Body. The Elements and why we practice, the Path to Freedom.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Finding Freedom in the Body: Mindfulness of the Body as a Gateway to Liberation

2016-09-23 Compassion 51:44
  Caroline Jones
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge September 2016 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2016-09-23 Afternoon Instructional Sit: Tears, Grease, Saliva, Mucous, Oil of Joints, Urine 39:58
  Mary Grace Orr
Meditation on the Body
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Finding Freedom in the Body: Mindfulness of the Body as a Gateway to Liberation

2016-09-23 2016 Bojjhanga Retreat - Upekka - Bhante Pannaratana 59:51
  Bhante Henepola Gunaratana
Bhavana Society of West Virginia 2016 Bojjhanga Retreat

2016-09-23 2016 Bojjhanga Retreat - Day 5 Q&A - Bhante Pannaratana 65:48
  Bhante Henepola Gunaratana
Bhavana Society of West Virginia 2016 Bojjhanga Retreat

2016-09-23 Instructional Practice: Bile, Phelgm, Pus, Blood, Sweat, Fat 59:31
  Christiane Wolf
Meditation on the Body
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Finding Freedom in the Body: Mindfulness of the Body as a Gateway to Liberation

2016-09-23 Morning instructions: choiceless attention 46:32
  Guy Armstrong
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Part 1

2016-09-22 Pain and Compassion - Reflection Being with Body 59:50
  Christiane Wolf
How we perceive the body from the inside and the outside, how mindfulness and compassion helps with physical and emotional pain.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Finding Freedom in the Body: Mindfulness of the Body as a Gateway to Liberation

2016-09-22 Three kinds of intention. 58:29
  Sally Clough Armstrong
To develop any skill, to fully cultivate any qualities in our lives, particularly on the Buddhist path, we need to engage with three kinds of intention that operate on different time frames. Cetana is the moment to moment intention, the urge to do, that we can bring into the field of our mindfulness practice. The next level, Adhitthana, is usually translated as resolve or determination, and is one of the paramis. The highest level is Samma Sankappa, usually translated as right or wise intention. This is the second path factor, after right view, so it is the kind of intention developed by right view. There are three kinds of Right intention - the intention towards renunciation, non-ill will, and non-harming. These skillful intentions can then inform our choices and actions (Adhitthanas) , which we keep in mind through awareness of moment to moment intentions, or cetana.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Part 1

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