Donate  |   Contact


The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
 
Dharma Talks
2016-06-29 Stress and Everyday Nirvana - Part 1 1:15:16
  Tara Brach
Our habitual view of stress is that it is a bad thing, an obstacle to healthy living and spiritual realization. These two talks look at how our way of relating to stress determines our happiness, and invites listeners to engage with practices that radically shift our response to stress and bring a healing and freeing evolution of consciousness.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2016-06-29 Silence and Fire 59:25
  Catherine McGee
Gaia House Passion and Dispassion

2016-06-29 Transforming the Judgmental Mind Part 5 - The Four Stages of Transformation (Part 2) 63:59
  Donald Rothberg
After a review of what we've covered in past talks, we explore the four stages of transforming the judgmental mind, focusing more on the 2nd through 4th stages.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2016-06-28 Council Description and Practice 15:28
  JoAnna Harper
Brief description of council practice.
Vallecitos Mountain Retreat Center Mindfulness for Educators

2016-06-27 Maha Nidana Sutta : Great Discourse on Causation Part 1 59:02
  Bhante Henepola Gunaratana
Bhante G goes over the MahaNidana Sutta in four parts.
Bhavana Society of West Virginia

2016-06-27 Going home with equanimity 58:27
  Gina Sharpe
Developing the skill of equanimity in daily life
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center People of Color Retreat

2016-06-27 Evening Talk: What Can I Control/ What Can't I Control 29:51
  JoAnna Harper
A secular talk on the wisdom of letting go that which we can't control (aging, death, others, etc.) and which we can through our words, actions and thoughts.
Vallecitos Mountain Retreat Center Mindfulness for Educators

2016-06-27 Reflections on Dispassion 51:49
  Catherine McGee
Gaia House Passion and Dispassion

2016-06-27 The Practice of Integrity - Week 2 - Talk 34:24
  Mark Nunberg
This six-week course examines the Buddha’s teachings on integrity. We will look at the traditional eight ethical precepts for lay people as guidelines for developing what the Buddha called “the bliss of blamelessness” or “freedom from remorse.” The path taught by the Buddha is grounded in a commitment to non-harming or reverence for life. This commitment supports the arising of calm, joy, and insight.
Common Ground Meditation Center

2016-06-27 The Practice of Integrity - Week 2 - Meditation 26:49
  Mark Nunberg
This six-week course examines the Buddha’s teachings on integrity. We will look at the traditional eight ethical precepts for lay people as guidelines for developing what the Buddha called “the bliss of blamelessness” or “freedom from remorse.” The path taught by the Buddha is grounded in a commitment to non-harming or reverence for life. This commitment supports the arising of calm, joy, and insight.
Common Ground Meditation Center

Creative Commons License