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Dharma Talks
2024-01-27 Upcycling the Five Hindrances 40:43
River Wolton
Creatively engaging with what clouds our minds and hearts, particularly in the context of social engagement.
Gaia House Inner Peace and Fierce Compassion (Dana Retreat)

2024-01-27 Why Mettā Matters 29:27
River Wolton
Short reflections on mettā for changemaking, and guided practice.
Gaia House Inner Peace and Fierce Compassion (Dana Retreat)

2024-01-27 Harmless Thinking Part Two 1:13:04
Ayya Santussika
Karuna Buddhist Vihara

2024-01-27 Instructions - Sitting and Walking 42:50
Yanai Postelnik
Gaia House Inner Peace and Fierce Compassion (Dana Retreat)

2024-01-27 Harmless Thinking Part One 1:14:18
Ayya Santussika
Karuna Buddhist Vihara

2024-01-27 Mindfulness of the Body and Developing Kind Attending (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 56:53
Will Kabat-Zinn, Bob Stahl
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Retreat: The Direct Path

2024-01-25 talk: Freedom and Mindfulness 25:40
Jill Shepherd
Continuing to explore freedom in the context of the Buddha's teachings, how mindfulness supports it, and some ways to maintain mindfulness in everyday life
Auckland Insight Meditation Auckland Insight meetings

2024-01-24 We All Need a Place to Land 52:43
Ayya Santacitta
Short Reflection & Guided Meditation | Online Wednesday-Mornings | 35
Aloka Earth Room

2024-01-24 Meditation: Listening to our Heart 20:08
Tara Brach
True listening arouses an open receptive presence that can be truly healing. This meditation awakens a listening presence; first bringing that receptive awareness to sensations and sounds, and then offering that presence to the tenderness and vulnerability of our heart.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2024-01-24 Changing Unhealthy Habits of Eating – A Conversation between Tara and Judson Brewer 1:23:25
Tara Brach
Countless people live with shame and distress about their eating. Dr. Judson Brewer, scientist, professor and author of “The Hunger Habit” and many other groundbreaking books, is a thought leader in the field of habit change. He’s also a decades long practitioner of mindfulness, and a dear colleague and friend. In this conversation we explore how combining mindfulness practice with a basic understanding of habit change science can free us from unhealthy eating habits. We also look at the larger societal forces that drive overconsumption, as well as the shame that eating behaviors can evoke. Pick up your copy of The Hunger Habit at: https://drjud.com/the-hunger-habit/
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

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