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The Integration of Love and Wisdom: Insight and Metta Retreat

During this silent retreat, we will explore the Buddha’s Four Foundations of Mindfulness. Supported by this teaching, we can cultivate our natural ability to maintain a continuous quality of awareness, and extend it more seamlessly into our daily lives. A combination of lovingkindness (metta) and equanimity (upekkha) meditations will also be offered, so that we can understand how to uncover the wisdom of our minds by strengthening the kindness in our hearts.
2016-04-30 (9 days) Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

  
2016-05-02 Introduction and guided metta practice 59:33
Mark Nunberg
2016-05-02 Building a foundation for mindfulness 63:09
Deborah Ratner Helzer
How do we know when we are being mindful, and what will help us get there?
2016-05-03 Morning instructions and Q&A 59:23
Deborah Ratner Helzer
Establishing mindfulness.
2016-05-03 Metta and the path of awakening 58:40
Mark Nunberg
2016-05-04 Date four - morning meditation instructions 62:02
Mark Nunberg
Keeping it simple, something being known.
2016-05-05 The two truths 60:47
Deborah Ratner Helzer
How can we recognize in learned from relative and absolute reality?
2016-05-06 Guided metta lovingkindness 53:48
Deborah Ratner Helzer
Radiating kindness to groups of beings
2016-05-06 Mindfulness and delusion: going beyond the four distortions 64:53
Mark Nunberg
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
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