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Dharma Talks in English
2016-08-18 "The Tall Poppy and the Shrinking Violet" 49:23
  James Baraz
Strong identification with self often leads to an insecurity that can manifest in two extremes: someone hungry for recognition, validation and praise or someone who is shy, lost in self-judgment, and afraid of being exposed as an impostor. Both of these are all too human. There is a middle path where one knows ones worth and appreciates their wholesome qualities while not identifying with them. This talk explores how practice can support a wise understanding that allows us to just be ourselves and know that is enough.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2016-08-17 The Experience of Embodiment Week 1 56:15
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2016-08-17 How Hope Can Heal and Free Us – Part 2 1:15:23
  Tara Brach
The mature expression of hope includes three elements: the aspiration for manifesting our full potential, a trust that this is possible, and an energy that engages to serve this unfolding. In this talk, we explore the importance of hope on the spiritual path, its shadow side, and how we can nourish hope through these three elements in a way that serves inner freedom and the healing of our world. Reflection: “When you’re feeling most alive and present, what’s going on? What are you doing? What do you love? Take a moment to take one thing that you know you really love – imagine it – sense yourself engaged in what you love. What’s going on inside you that makes this so precious? Sense who you are when you’re doing what you love. Know that this is another pathway to belonging – to your heart – to aliveness. This is a pathway to living with the sense of possibility in every moment.” ~ Tara
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2016-08-16 Gradual Path, Immediate Realization 64:35
  Kittisaro
Aspects of path activity. A patient process of transformation. From hearing, study, practice to being Dharma.
Gaia House From Separation to Seamless Reality

2016-08-16 Making the acquaintance of the Knowing Mind. 44:23
  Annie Nugent
Discussing the knowing mind. Different meanings of the word "know" and how it relates to our practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge August 2016 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2016-08-16 Group Recitation (Chanting) 25:48
  Kittisaro
Recollection of Qualities of Refuge in Pali. 5 Subjects of Frequent Recollection. Cultivation of Well Being. Highest Blessings (Mangala Sutta). 4 Brahma Viharas(Divine Abiding). Heart Sutra. Great Compassion Mantra.
Gaia House From Separation to Seamless Reality

2016-08-15 Compassion - A Vital Motivation for Our Times 55:37
  Thanissara
Beyond self obsession. Cultivating heart within the relational field. Supporting a sustainable world. A deadly situation turned around by the power of compassion.
Gaia House From Separation to Seamless Reality

2016-08-15 Buddhist Studies Course - The Practices of Lovingkindness and Compassion - Week 1 1:54:33
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course - The Practices of Lovingkindness and Compassion

2016-08-15 The Empty Net of Dependent Arising 39:59
  Fred Von Allmen
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg

2016-08-14 Form and Emptiness, Perfectly Fused 59:41
  Kittisaro
Recognition of the Deathless Element. Nibbana. Radical reflection. Two roots of the mind. Source of thought. What remains?
Gaia House From Separation to Seamless Reality

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