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Dharma Talks
2008-10-28 Cycles Of Awakening 59:25
  Tempel Smith
There are two great cycles of the Mind on the path of Awakening. Once cycle increases as happiness and freedom through the Four Foundations of Mindfulness. The other is through struggling and rejecting the experience.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation

2008-10-28 Tender Heart Practice 52:43
  Yanai Postelnik
Cultivating a gentle and steady meditative attention we can learn to meet difficulty, pain and suffering with kindness and self-forgiveness. With the courage to feel experience deeply, we can embrace our life with a tender heart of love and openness.
Gaia House The Heart of Wisdom and Compassion

2008-10-28 Guided Metta Meditation 34:25
  Leela Sarti
Gaia House The Heart of Wisdom and Compassion

2008-10-27 The Dude Abides - part 1 of 2 9:28
  Roshi Bernie Glassman
An exploration of Socially Engaged Buddhism, its practices and relation to the Big Lebowski.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2008-10-27 The Dude Abides - part 2 of 2 63:40
  Roshi Bernie Glassman
An exploration of Socially Engaged Buddhism, its practices and relation to the Big Lebowski
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2008-10-27 Presence and the Personal Thread 40:49
  Leela Sarti
Gaia House The Heart of Wisdom and Compassion

2008-10-26 True Nourishment for the Heart 52:16
  Yanai Postelnik
Gaia House The Heart of Wisdom and Compassion

2008-10-25 Earth, Wind, And Fire (And Water!) 61:09
  Pascal Auclair
4 elements makes nobody
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2008-10-25 Opening Talk for the Heart of Wisdom and Compassion 58:00
  Leela Sarti
Gaia House The Heart of Wisdom and Compassion

2008-10-23 Bodhisattva's Way Of Life #9: Dedication Of Merit 55:46
  James Baraz
This week I will complete the Shantideva series with his final chapter on the power of dedicating your actions as an act of generosity. We often end the sittings or a period of practice by sharing any merit for the benefit of all beings. This practice can be used in very simple but potent ways as a method for brining a heartfelt sincerity to your practice for the benefit of specific individuals. For instance if you’re trying to change a habit, offering the merit of that wholesome change to someone who is having a hard time in their life. This practice of dedicating merit both connects you with others and motivates you beyond mere self-improvement. We’ll be exploring just how this can work in our daily life to give energy and enthusiasm to our practice.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

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