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Dharma Talks
2022-06-21 Dharma Talk 46:59
Jaya Rudgard
Images of the practice: the metaphors of the path, the stream the raft and the garden. How different images contribute to our understanding of what we are doing.
Gaia House Creative, Living Dharma: practising with the similes of the Buddha

2022-06-21 Contentment 45:06
Brian Lesage
This talk offers reflections on the heart quality of contentment and then offers a guided meditation along this theme.
Flagstaff Insight Meditation Community FIMC Monday Night Talks

2022-06-21 Guided Body Scan Meditation 39:55
Caroline Jones
Gaia House Creative, Living Dharma: practising with the similes of the Buddha

2022-06-21 Morning Instructions 56:41
Jaya Rudgard
Anapanasati (mindfulness of breathing) and the simile of the wood turner: how we relate to our meditation object.
Gaia House Creative, Living Dharma: practising with the similes of the Buddha

2022-06-19 Awareness: Turn, recognize, rest 52:18
Guy Armstrong
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 2022 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2022-06-18 Being Well in this World 39:06
Steve Armstrong
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC Summer 2022

2022-06-17 The Five Faculties 55:20
Kamala Masters
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC Summer 2022

2022-06-17 Transition Talk: Keeping the Retreat Alive, Practising in Daily Life, Resources, and Further Ways to Be Engaged 49:07
Nathan Glyde, Zohar Lavie
Includes, at the end, more info about Nirodha Insight Medittaion in Finland from one of the retreat managers: see Nirodha.fi for more. For more about Nathan and Zohar, visit DependentOrigination.org
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland In Our Best Interests

2022-06-17 Morning Instructions 60:09
Deborah Ratner Helzer
Mindfulness of thinking
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Living the Buddha's Teachings

2022-06-16 Amazing Grace: Why Do Some People Turn Their Suffering into Compassion While Others Become Embittered? 50:41
James Baraz
In one discourse the Buddha taught that suffering can be a causative factor for faith to arise. However, that is not always the case. In fact, often suffering leads to bitterness, fear, and ill will. Why is it that, for some people, suffering is the catalyst to begin their spiritual journey and for others it's leads to negative patterns that contribute to a society filled with divisiveness, fear and "othering." We'll explore this mysterious process
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

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