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Heather Sundberg's Dharma Talks
Heather Sundberg
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Heather Sundberg began teaching meditation in 1999 primarily to youth and families. She completed teacher training at Spirit Rock and is mentored by Jack Kornfield. Heather has studied with senior teachers in the Insight Meditation and Tibetan (Vajrayana) traditions, and has sat 1-3 months of retreat a year for over a decade. She was teacher and mangager of the Spirit Rock Family Program from 2001-2010. She is a teacher for Mountain Stream Meditation Center in the Sierra Foothills and also teaches classes, daylongs and retreats nationally, especially at Spirit Rock Meditation Center.
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2014-12-19 The Heart of Mindfulness 63:22
This talk brings together the awakened states of metta, compassion, joy and equanimity into our Four Foundations of Mindfulness practice. Filled with stories, laughter and song.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Solstice Retreat
2014-02-20 Compassionate Action 55:56
Six Principles of Compassionate Action
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks
2014-01-20 Bridging Meditation Practice Into The World 56:31
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks
2014-01-18 The Eleven Benefits of Metta 54:32
The Buddha taught that there are 8 ways to cultivate metta, which manifest into 11 benefits. The talk includes numerous stories from around the world, including the story of how the Buddha came to teach lovingkindness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat
2014-01-15 The Difficulties Are the Gifts: Metta, Compassion and Their Hindrances 56:11
How to bring your metta practice alive in the midst of the inevitable cycles of difficulty and purification. Stories, poems, practices and tools to help us "keep going".
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat
2013-12-19 The 7 Enlightenment Factors (retreat version) 63:53
Using stories from the time of the Buddha to modern day, the talk takes us on a tour of the 7 factors: mindfulness, investigation, energy, joy, calm, concentration and equanimity; in their ordinary and extraordinary aspects. The tour includes "side trips" to explore the 4 Noble Truths, the 4 Wise Efforts and many practical techniques.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Solstice Retreat
2013-10-10 The Seven Factors of Enlightenment 53:46
The seven factors of enlightenment
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks
2013-09-16 It's Workable: A Map for working with the Judgmental Mind 57:12
Basic map for transforming judgments. Contains lively stories, poetry and sutta references, all in the spirit of 'it's workable.' - Mindfulness: Active & receptive qualitie3s - Mindfulness of the Body & Nervous System: Practical techniques -Heart Practices: An overview -The role of Wise Effort in the practice of inquiry into mental habits The importance of Wise Friends on the path
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Transforming the Judgmental Mind
2013-05-07 Second Foundation of Mindfulness: Pleasant-Unpleasant-Neutral 58:11
The talk explores the Second Foundation of Mindfulness through personal stories, suttas, guided meditation, practical techniques and stories from the time of the Buddha.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center May Insight Meditation Retreat
2013-02-21 The Power of the Five Spiritual Faculties 57:21
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

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