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Dharma Talks
2017-10-06 Meeting Dosa with Mindfulness and Wisdom 62:42
  Carol Wilson
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2017-10-06 Guided Loving Kindness For Neutral Person 49:33
  Sally Clough Armstrong
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2017-10-06 Day 4 morning Instruction: This could be my last breath (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 51:12
  Nikki Mirghafori
Sit with Instructions AM
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Maranasati: Contemplating Death / Awakening to Life

2017-10-05 Disturbance is the Path. 44:41
  Thanissara
Balance and samatha (calm) and vipassana (insight). The hindrances and beyond.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2017-10-05 Anatta: The Dukkha and The Freedom (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 54:14
  Susie Harrington
How we create, reify and cling to self. How this is a source of Dukkha and how we can find our way to freedom.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Settling, Seeing, and Spacious Awareness: A Retreat for Experienced Students

2017-10-05 "Knocking on Heavens Door......A Big Perspective Along With Some Levity.....Searching for Self.....And What Are We Doing Here? Enjoy the Laughs!!! 52:09
  Wes Nisker
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2017-10-05 The Five Aggregates Are Not Self 62:23
  Guy Armstrong
The five aggregates describe our whole human experience without reference to an "I" or "my". It is freeing to see in this way without the burden of self.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2017-10-04 From Samadhi Practice to Insight Practice 61:48
  Donald Rothberg
After some further examination of the nature of samadhi practice, we look at the “three ways of seeing that liberate,” focusing especially on impermanence (anicca) and dukkha, with some attention to not-self (anatta)
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Settling, Seeing, and Spacious Awareness: A Retreat for Experienced Students

2017-10-04 Meditation: Saying “Yes” to Life 16:30
  Tara Brach
This meditation guides us in relaxing through the body, then opening to the changing river of experience. By continually relaxing back and letting go into what is unfolding, we discover the natural vastness, wakefulness and vitality of our essential Being. The poet Danna Faulds writes: In the shared quiet, an invitation arises like a white dove lifting from a limb and taking flight. Come and live in truth. Take your place in the flow of grace. Draw aside the veil you thought would always separate your heart from love. All you ever longed for is before you in this moment, if you dare draw in a breath and whisper “yes.”
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2017-10-04 River of Change – Bringing a Wise Heart to this Impermanent Life – Part 1 54:35
  Tara Brach
These two talks look at how we relate to change – especially the notable changes involving loss of relationships and our own body and mind. We examine our strategies for avoiding uncertainty and fear; the consequences of resisting reality; our refuges of presence and compassion in the face of grief; and the gifts of opening fully to the river of change.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

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