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Dharma Talks
2020-01-19 Metta (Lovingkindness), Equanimity, and Daily Life Practice (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 66:05
  Donald Rothberg
We explore two dimensions of integration in metta practice: (1) connecting metta and the awakened heart with wisdom, especially through the connection between metta and equanimity; and (2) pointing to ways to continue our metta practice in several dimensions of daily life—in individual practice, in being with others, and in our participation in the wider social world.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center January Metta Retreat

2020-01-20 Mindfulness of the Mind States 30:37
  Bob Stahl
Morning Meditation Instructions Day 3
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-20 The Dhamma of Identity 1:10:51
  Bob Stahl
Evening Dharma Talk Day 3
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-20 Buddhist Studies - Anatta: The Impersonal Nature of Experience - Week 2 65:25
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course - Anatta: The Impersonal Nature of Experience

2020-01-21 Morning Instructions. 12:43
  Sayadaw U Jagara
"The flight of the eagle". The trio of Panna, Sati, and Viriya combined in different modes of our meditative practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2020 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2020-01-21 Open Awareness 36:28
  Bob Stahl
Morning Meditation Instructions Day 4
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-21 Reconciliation and Loving Kindness 69:38
  Bob Stahl
Evening Dharma Talk Day 4
Emmaus Retreat Center :  7-Day Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-01-21 Insight 31:38
  Howard Cohn
Mission Dharma

2020-01-21 Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation, Week 2 1:32:08
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation, Jan-Feb 2020

2020-01-22 From the Ordinary Habitual Mind to the Buddha Mind 12: Exploring Our Experience of Time 3 62:51
  Donald Rothberg
We continue to investigate our experience of time, focusing first more extensively on common patterns of experiencing time in a conditioned way. We then point to three main ways that our sense of time is transformed as we awaken, related to a deepened sense of impermanence as well as a greater sense of presence, and, finally, a movement, so to speak, into timeless awareness. Relatedly, we point to four main ways of practicing to investigate our experience of time, related first to examining our various conditioned constructions of time, and then to opening further to impermanence, presence, and timeless awareness, which can then also, to speak, hold time.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

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