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Dharma Talks
2009-11-11 Kindness, Joy and Equanimity as Expressions of Wisdom 55:20
  Mark Nunberg
Dharma Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center

2009-11-11 Compassion 33:31
  Mark Nunberg
Guided Meditation
Common Ground Meditation Center

2009-11-11 Guided Metta Meditation - Neutral and Difficult Person 45:52
  Greg Scharf
A short introduction to working with the neutraland difficult person - Followed by a guided Metta meditation
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Two-Month Retreat

2009-11-11 Emptiness & Compassion III 64:01
  Donald Rothberg
We review the teachings on emptiness in the context of the broader teachings on the centrality of developing wisdom and compassion, expanding our examination of these teachings from last time. The last part of the session involving doing several exercises, partly explaining experience as a flowing "stream" (and seeing what obstructs the flow) and partly doing a series of four exercises with "ordinary objects" designed to take us out of our ordinary way of constructing things.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2009-11-10 Cultivating Beautiful Qualities, Beautiful Practice 49:12
  Arinna Weisman
Cultivating beautiful qualities of mind and removing the unskillful. The practice of ending suffering.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center LGBTQ: Awakening the Heart of Love and Wisdom

2009-11-10 Ten Paramis: Metta (2) 58:50
  Rodney Smith
To know love as stillness is to embrace the world unconditionally.
Seattle Insight Meditation Society
In collection The Ten Paramis

2009-11-10 Meditation for Life 47:11
  Martine Batchelor
Meditation is not an idea of getting to a mystical state but of helping us to release. It is not an exotic practice but it is more like eating, brushing our teeth - it is a way to nourish ourselves and to open and finally to let go. It is a lifelong journey where we learn to let go and stop grasping as we become aware of our life in each moment, accept each moment as it is. Meditation can help us to be more in the world, by being here and now we can be skillful and respond to whatever happens in the present. We develop clarity, we see the changing nature of things. When we are engulfed by feelings we can step back and say ‘how long will this last?’ We do not have to feed the feelings, we just need to be with them and watch them as they change. We can bring creative awareness to everything that we do and use it to be fully where we are, to be in our relationships in our life.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley

2009-11-10 Papanca 38:13
  Christina Feldman
Gaia House November Solitary Retreat

2009-11-09 The Perfection of Truthfulness 56:43
  Jack Kornfield
On knowing the part of Self that "Truly" knows...
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2009-11-09 Anything Can Happen: Faith & Confidence in Awareness 56:22
  Carol Wilson
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge November 2009 at IMS - Forest Refuge

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