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Dharma Talks
2008-09-07 Making Space for What Is 42:13
  Brad Richecoeur
Gaia House Insight Meditation and QiGong

2008-09-06 Wise Speech And The Path Of Liberation 64:16
  Donald Rothberg
For this retreat on wise speech, mindfulness, and non-violent communication, we begin with examining the place of wise (or "right") speech in the Eightfold Path, and how it is linked to training and development in wisdom, ethics, and meditation. We then reflect on the importance for this path of speech, and the four ethical guidelines for speech given by the Buddha: (1) truthfulness, (2) helpfulness, (3) warmth/kindness, and (4) appropriateness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness, Wise Speech and Nonviolent Communication

2008-09-06 Four Elements with Q&A 1:19:40
  U Jagara
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge September 2008 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2008-09-06 Struggle and the Body 44:01
  Catherine McGee
Gaia House Insight Meditation and QiGong

2008-09-05 Opening Talk for Insight Meditation and Qi Gong 48:46
  Brad Richecoeur
Gaia House Insight Meditation and QiGong

2008-09-04 Questions and Answers 62:42
  Rodney Smith
Seattle Insight Meditation Society

2008-09-04 Bodhisattva's Way Of Life #5: Not Causing Harm, Gathering Virtue, And Benefiting Others 47:10
  James Baraz
The talk is about the next chapter 5 of Shantideva's Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life. This chapter is about the three disciplines: not causing harm, gathering virtue, and benefiting others. The title is translated has been translated as Vigilant Introspection or Guarding Alertness.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2008-09-04 Wise Speech 53:37
  Narayan Helen Liebenson
Learning the four guidelines of mindful speaking which allow us to see with greater clarity
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Engaged Mystic: Meditation for Life

2008-09-04 Human 37:51
  Mary Grace Orr
Insight Santa Cruz

2008-09-03 Turning Towards What You Love 49:55
  Tara Brach
There is a saying: The road to hell is paved with bad intentions. From the Buddha we learn the path to freedom arises from wise intentions. Yet because we habitually grasp after what will immediately relieve or comfort or please us, we often do not listen to our deepest intentions. We forget that in this brief life, what matters most is loving presence. This evening of talk and guided meditations invites participants to examine intentions in their relationships, and to reflect on living from a more awake connection with our heart.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC IMCW Wednesday Evening Talks

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