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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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2016-05-07 Guided meditation instructions and questions and answers 44:56
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-05-06 Mindfulness and delusion: going beyond the four distortions 64:53
Learning to see and what is changing, suffering in what is suffering, non self in what is without self, and what is un-lovely as such
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Integration of Love and Wisdom: Insight and Metta Retreat
2016-05-04 Metta and the path of awakening 62:02
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Integration of Love and Wisdom: Insight and Metta Retreat
2016-05-03 Date four - morning meditation instructions 58:40
Keeping it simple, something being known.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Integration of Love and Wisdom: Insight and Metta Retreat
2016-05-02 Introduction and guided metta practice 59:33
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Integration of Love and Wisdom: Insight and Metta Retreat
2016-04-24 Metta: Understanding the Boundless Quality of Love 54:19
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-04-17 Reflecting on Metta 56:15
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-03-21 Mindfulness of the Mind and Mental Qualities - Week 11, Talk - The Four Noble Truths 61:34
This eleven week course focuses on the last two foundations of mindfulness outlined by the Buddha. With mindfulness of the mind and mental qualities, the Buddha invites us to notice whether the mind is with or without greed, with or without anger, and with or without delusion. We learn to discern the qualities of the mind in any moment; contracted, distracted, open and or settled. Learning to acknowledge the shape of the mind is the first step toward freeing the mind from the weight of attachment. In these teachings the Buddha encourages us to study the mind in terms of skillful frames that illuminate the moment to moment skillfulness or unskillfulness of the mind’s activity.
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-03-21 Mindfulness of the Mind and Mental Qualities - Week 11, Meditation 27:29
This eleven week course focuses on the last two foundations of mindfulness outlined by the Buddha. With mindfulness of the mind and mental qualities, the Buddha invites us to notice whether the mind is with or without greed, with or without anger, and with or without delusion. We learn to discern the qualities of the mind in any moment; contracted, distracted, open and or settled. Learning to acknowledge the shape of the mind is the first step toward freeing the mind from the weight of attachment. In these teachings the Buddha encourages us to study the mind in terms of skillful frames that illuminate the moment to moment skillfulness or unskillfulness of the mind’s activity.
Common Ground Meditation Center
2016-03-20 The Three Refuges 56:10
Common Ground Meditation Center

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