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Dharma Talks
2015-03-26 "The Choice Is Ours" 59:17
  James Baraz
The Buddha said that hatred never ceases by hatred, but only by love. How can we heal from interactions with others that have hurt us or closed our heart? Once we learn to hold what has happened in a wise way, the heart can open and transform the hurt into compassionate understanding.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2015-03-26 Guided Meditation - Exploring the Four Satipatthanas 39:49
  Bhikkhu Analayo
In what follows Bhikkhu Analayo explores the practice of the four Satipatthanas, based on combining understandings gained through academic and traditional modes of learning.
Barre Center For Buddhist Studies
Attached Files:
  • Exploring the Four Satipatthanas by Bhikkhu Analayo (PDF)

2015-03-25 Buddhism & 12 Steps Weekly class series 47:07
  Kevin Griffin
Step 6 & 7
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2015-03-25 Buddhism & 12 Steps Weekly class series 61:03
  Kevin Griffin
Meditation & Intro talk - Week 5
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2015-03-25 How To Describe It? 38:17
  Winnie Nazarko
How people coming to the end of a long meditation retreat describe their experience to others, and to themselves.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Insight 1 Month Retreat

2015-03-25 Three Liberating Gifts: Part 1 - Forgiveness 1:12:54
  Tara Brach
This 3 part series is based on a teaching story from the Upanishads that shows our potential to awaken from an ego-based trance and discover the full luminosity and freedom of our natural awareness. In each class we'll explore one of the three gifts considered as essential on the spiritual path. The first is the capacity to forgive, to let go of the blame and resentment that prevents our hearts from being open and free. The second gift is "inner fire," the capacity to devote ourselves wholeheartedly to what we most cherish. The third gift is a "mirror" or the capacity to look deeply into our own hearts and minds and realize the truth of who we are. Each class includes guided meditations that explore how these gifts can be nourished right here and now in our lives.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

2015-03-25 Brahma Vihara Day 25 Equanimity 40:21
  John Travis
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Insight 1 Month Retreat

2015-03-25 A Dharma Story 58:31
  Tony Bernhard
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2015-03-25 Morning Instructions Day 24: Working with the Sense of Self 3:27
  Donald Rothberg
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Insight 1 Month Retreat

2015-03-24 Contentment 39:06
  Jason Murphy
This talk was given as part of the series "Eight Great Thoughts" (Anguttara Nikaya 8:30). Can we be at ease with whatever the situation is, whether it is pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral? In this day and age of discontentment, effort put into this practice gives us hope of realizing contentment. We can realize contentment one breath at a time. We have the power to shape our minds. We have the ability to feel and know suffering and be liberated from it. And it is up to us to do the practice, for one who is content is free from greed, anger and delusion.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley

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