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Dharma Talks
2017-05-18 Mindfulness Guided Meditation and Q&A 67:49
  Mark Coleman
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Metta: Lovingkindness Retreat

2017-05-18 Guided Mindfulness Practice 1:23:08
  Oren J. Sofer
Basic Instructions for Mindfulness
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Metta: Lovingkindness Retreat

2017-05-17 Metta Retreat Introduction 1:12:45
  Sharon Salzberg
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Metta: Lovingkindness Retreat

2017-05-17 Following the Thread of the Heart 44:21
  Mary Grace Orr
Spirit Rock Meditation Center (Angela Center) Living Awareness Through Embodiment and Heart

2017-05-17 Radical Compassion – Part 2 53:50
  Tara Brach
Compassion is the medicine we most need as individuals and a species to heal suffering and free our spirits. The essence of compassion for ourselves and others – what I call Radical Compassion – has three key elements: it is an embodied experience (a felt sense of tenderness), it is inclusive all beings, and it naturally moves us to act from a caring heart. This two-part talk explores the alchemy of Radical Compassion and guides us in awakening this intrinsic expression of our evolutionary potential.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2017-05-16 Body as Teacher 53:58
  Heather Sundberg
Beginning with a story of about Heather's close encounter with a monkey in India, the talk offers theory and practice on the First Foundation of Mindfulness on 'calming the bodily formation' as well as 'settling the nervous system' which are important 'dharmas of modern times'. Practices support us to work with anxiety, fear shame, judgment and other difficult emotions and reactive patterns of body and mind.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center (Angela Center) Living Awareness Through Embodiment and Heart

2017-05-16 The First Foundation of Mindfulness, Part II 0:00
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2017-05-16 Committed Action, Non-Attachment to Outcome (Santa Fe, NM) 64:43
  Donald Rothberg
We explore a powerful teaching found in variants in many traditions, from the Gita to Chuang Tzu to the book of Job to the teachings of the Buddha to Gandhi. This teaching could be expressed as bringing together, paradoxically, committed action and non-attachment to outcome. The Gita and Gandhi spoke of disciplined action without attachment to the fruits of the action. The Buddha pointed out the ways of getting attached through the Eight Worldly Winds. We explore the nature of the teaching and some ways to practice it, as well as what a mature expression of the teaching looks like. There is also discussion.
Santa Fe Vipassana Sangha

2017-05-16 The First Foundation of Mindfulness 15:27
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2017-05-15 Walking the Path of Metta: How We Cultivate Love in our Life and Practice (Drop-in at Spirit Rock) 57:06
  Mark Coleman
Monday Night Dharma talk with Mark Coleman
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

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