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Dharma Talks
2020-01-27 The Four Nutrients Of Life 55:20
  Sayadaw U Jagara
Based on SN: text on the topic and extracts from Nyanaponika's booklet, elaboration is made on the four main causes of life, i.e. food, mental volition, contact, and consciousness.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2020 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2020-01-27 Buddhist Studies - Anatta: The Impersonal Nature of Experience - Week 3 1:30:01
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course - Anatta: The Impersonal Nature of Experience

2020-01-27 Descending into the Heart (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 61:10
  Sharda Rogell
Mindfulness encourages releasing the hold of the discursive mind, and frees the attention to drop[ into the heart and body, revealing the source of true happiness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight Meditation Retreat: Awakening the Heart of Joy

2020-01-28 Morning Meditation Instructions 7:40
  Sayadaw U Jagara
"Meditation" is done by first acknowledging facts, seeing causes and remedies.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2020 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2020-01-28 First Morning Instructions, Metta retreat 62:44
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight A Soft and Radical Transformation of the Heart

2020-01-28 Wisdom & Metta (Love), Metta retreat 63:31
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight A Soft and Radical Transformation of the Heart

2020-01-28 The Dharma 34:47
  Anushka Fernandopulle
Mission Dharma

2020-01-29 Second Morning Instructions, Metta retreat 61:41
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight A Soft and Radical Transformation of the Heart

2020-01-29 A Guided Meditation Exploring Our Experience of Time through Three Practices 41:06
  Donald Rothberg
After starting with the foundational mindfulness instructions for settling, becoming less distracted, and then seeing clearly whatever is predominant in experience, we explore three ways of practicing that help us to transform our conditioning in relationship to time: (1) opening to the present moment; (2) exploring impermanence, particularly the arising, staying, changing, and passing away of experiential phenomena; and (3) accessing, at least briefly, a timeless awareness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2020-01-29 From the Ordinary Habitual Mind to the Buddha Mind 13: Exploring Our Experience of Time 4 64:24
  Donald Rothberg
We focus in this session on four ways of practicing that help us to transform our conditioning in relationship to time: (1) opening to the present moment, as in our core practice of mindfulness; (2) exploring impermanence reflectively and experientially in several ways; (3) accessing, at least briefly, a timeless awareness, and learning to live from this awareness more and more; and (4) noticing and examining our various forms of conditioning around time. The first three ways of practicing correspond to the guided practices in the earlier guided meditation. For the fourth, we look especially in this session at the powerful ways that our cultural and social conditioning operates, comparing some of the main aspects of conditioning in the mainstream U.S., with its emphasis on future planning, productivity, and busyness, among other orientations to time, with how some other cultures experience time.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

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