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Equanimity - In the Dharma & In Your Brain (Daylong)


Equanimity means not reacting to your reactions... and that is both a wonderful relief from upsets and traumas, and a profound resource for spiritual growth.

In Buddhism, equanimity is one of the four Brahmaviharas (Divine Abodes), and is often considered the foundation of the other three: compassion, lovingkindness, and altruistic joy. Equanimity breaks the chain of suffering by helping you not react to the pleasant/unpleasant feeling tone of experience with craving and clinging.

Your equanimity, a state of mind, is based on underlying states of your brain. Modern neuroscience is revealing new ways to cultivate those brain states--a potent combination with time-tested Buddhist practices.

2014-03-30 (1 day) Spirit Rock Meditation Center

  
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2014-03-30 Equanimity Daylong - Morning Session pt 1 of 9 14:21
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2014-03-30 Equanimity Daylong - Morning Session pt 2 of 9 13:33
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2014-03-30 Equanimity Daylong - Morning Session pt 3 of 9 4:48
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2014-03-30 Equanimity Daylong - Morning Session pt 4 of 9 6:39
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2014-03-30 Equanimity Daylong - Morning Session pt 5 of 9 34:06
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2014-03-30 Equanimity Daylong - Morning Session pt 6 of 9 19:57
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2014-03-30 Equanimity Daylong - Morning Session pt 7 of 9 40:25
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2014-03-30 Equanimity Daylong - Morning Session pt 8 of 9 38:29
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2014-03-30 Equanimity Daylong - Morning Session pt 9 of 9 4:01
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2014-03-30 Equanimity Daylong - Afternoon Session - pt 1 of 5 28:50
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