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Mark Nunberg began his Buddhist practice in 1982 and has been teaching meditation since 1990. He co-founded Common Ground Meditation Center in Minneapolis, MN in 1993 and continues to serve as the center’s guiding teacher.
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2016-08-22 The Practices of Lovingkindness and Compassion - Week 2 -Talk 47:47
The Buddha offered the Divine Abodes reflections as skillful and joyful places for the mind to abide. These practices aim at uncovering the heart’s natural capacity to love, care for, and appreciate all beings unconditionally, including ourselves. These practices are designed to help us get in touch with that wellspring in our hearts from which unconditional love flows.
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-08-22 The Practices of Lovingkindness and Compassion - Week 2 - Meditation 33:48
The Buddha offered the Divine Abodes reflections as skillful and joyful places for the mind to abide. These practices aim at uncovering the heart’s natural capacity to love, care for, and appreciate all beings unconditionally, including ourselves. These practices are designed to help us get in touch with that wellspring in our hearts from which unconditional love flows.
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-08-15 The Practices of Lovingkindness and Compassion - Week 1 - Talk 67:56
The Buddha offered the Divine Abodes reflections as skillful and joyful places for the mind to abide. These practices aim at uncovering the heart’s natural capacity to love, care for, and appreciate all beings unconditionally, including ourselves. These practices are designed to help us get in touch with that wellspring in our hearts from which unconditional love flows.
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-08-15 The Practices of Lovingkindness and Compassion - Week 1 - Meditation 41:06
The Buddha offered the Divine Abodes reflections as skillful and joyful places for the mind to abide. These practices aim at uncovering the heart’s natural capacity to love, care for, and appreciate all beings unconditionally, including ourselves. These practices are designed to help us get in touch with that wellspring in our hearts from which unconditional love flows.
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-08-15 The Practices of Lovingkindness and Compassion - Week 1 - Intro - The Benefits of Chanting the Divine Abodes 5:30
The Buddha offered the Divine Abodes reflections as skillful and joyful places for the mind to abide. These practices aim at uncovering the heart’s natural capacity to love, care for, and appreciate all beings unconditionally, including ourselves. These practices are designed to help us get in touch with that wellspring in our hearts from which unconditional love flows.
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-08-01 The Practice of Integrity - Week 6 - Talk 36:09
This six-week course examines the Buddha’s teachings on integrity. We will look at the traditional eight ethical precepts for lay people as guidelines for developing what the Buddha called “the bliss of blamelessness” or “freedom from remorse.” The path taught by the Buddha is grounded in a commitment to non-harming or reverence for life. This commitment supports the arising of calm, joy, and insight.
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-08-01 The Practice of Integrity - Week 6 - Meditation 26:51
This six-week course examines the Buddha’s teachings on integrity. We will look at the traditional eight ethical precepts for lay people as guidelines for developing what the Buddha called “the bliss of blamelessness” or “freedom from remorse.” The path taught by the Buddha is grounded in a commitment to non-harming or reverence for life. This commitment supports the arising of calm, joy, and insight.
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-07-30 Appreciating the Ritual of Sitting Meditation - Week 3 54:38
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-07-25 The Practice of Integrity - Week 5 - Talk 50:33
This six-week course examines the Buddha’s teachings on integrity. We will look at the traditional eight ethical precepts for lay people as guidelines for developing what the Buddha called “the bliss of blamelessness” or “freedom from remorse.” The path taught by the Buddha is grounded in a commitment to non-harming or reverence for life. This commitment supports the arising of calm, joy, and insight.
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-07-24 Appreciating the Ritual of Sitting Meditation - Week 2 55:02
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