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Dharma Talks
2020-03-02 Méditation guidée : Metta, je te libère - Belgique 25:02
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2020-03-03 Day 3 Brahma Vihara Instructions (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 45:33
  Noliwe Alexander
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Monthlong

2020-03-03 Day 3 Morning Instructions (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 53:15
  Bhante Buddharakkhita
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Monthlong

2020-03-03 Enseignement : Les trois caracteristiques - Belgique 64:31
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2020-03-03 Embodied Awareness: Postures and All Activities (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 54:18
  Eugene Cash
We explored how to practice with an embodied awareness 24/7. Practice using a full awareness that allows us to be mindful through the knowing our body experientially veiled of thoughts, ideas and commentary. This direct knowing is proprioceptive, kinesthetic, often referred to as felt sense knowing.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Monthlong

2020-03-03 Méditation guidée : 4 qualités du coeur - Belgique 30:25
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2020-03-04 Day 4 Morning Instructions (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 58:39
  Andrea Fella
Relax, Receive, Allow
Spirit Rock Meditation Center March Monthlong

2020-03-04 Using The Body As Anchor (with Matthew Hepburn) 63:02
  Chas DiCapua
How to use different parts of the body and different apertures of awareness to anchor and the attention to the present moment.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Seven Factors of Awakening: Insight Meditation Retreat

2020-03-04 Chant - Belgique 1:58
  Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2020-03-04 From the Ordinary Habitual Mind to the Buddha Mind 16: Working with Our Psychological Conditioning 3 62:28
  Donald Rothberg
We begin by pointing to how combining traditional Buddhist training with transforming psychological and social conditioning and unresolved material suggests the contours of a contemporary path of awakening. We then identify some of the main areas of the contemporary “shadow,” of unconscious, unresolved conditioning and developmental wounds, such as anger, fear, death, shame, conflict, trauma, grief, sexuality, and so on. We then give a “map” of four stages in the transformation of the shadow (particularly in a meditative context), starting with finding ways to access the shadow, then learning to be with and explore the shadow, then transforming the shadow, and then integrating the shadow work with daily life.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

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