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Dharma Talks
2015-07-10 Dhammānupassanā–2-Approaches to the last of the Satipatthanas. Tools for formal practice 37:28
  Akincano Marc Weber
Examples; Reading of the Kaccānagotta-Sutta (SN 12.15)
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2015-07-09 What Is the Goal of Our Practice & How Does What We Do Here, Get Us There? 58:44
  Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Metta Retreat

2015-07-09 "Exhaustion From a Neurotic Mind" 65:34
  Kate Munding
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2015-07-09 Middle Ways: Four interpretations of how to understand the Metaphor of the Middle Way 62:26
  Akincano Marc Weber
(i) between sensory indulgence and self-mortification; (ii) between being and non-being (iii) the monks' and nuns' lifestyle between brahminical family ideals and ascetic religious seekers (iv) between the hīri and ottappa
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2015-07-09 Day 1: Afternoon Instructions - Metta for the easy person 37:43
  Tempel Smith
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Metta Retreat

2015-07-09 Second Noble Truth Craving is Suffering 41:23
  Jason Murphy
Second of a series examining the Four Noble Truths.
Insight Santa Cruz (Insight Retreat Center)

2015-07-09 Day 1: Morning Instructions - Mindfulness of body, breath and sounds 24:19
  Sally Clough Armstrong
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Metta Retreat

2015-07-09 Reflection: Dhammānupassanā-1–The concept of dhammā – a practical interpretation 52:16
  Akincano Marc Weber
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2015-07-08 No Subject, No Object, No Separation 1:13:29
  Ron Denhardt
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2015-07-08 The Dance with Pain 1:15:38
  Tara Brach
“Pain is inevitable and suffering is optional.” In this talk Tara explores the difference between pain and suffering and examines the most common, yet often unconscious, ways we resist pain. She then shares practices that help us find balance, equanimity and awakening in the midst.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

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