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Dharma Talks
2020-06-21 Four Elements in Every Cell of the Body 21:04
  Venerable Dhammadipa
A guided meditation given as part of the Third Sunday program hosted by San Francisco Dharma Collective.
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-21 Know the Right Time for Right Speech 28:49
  Venerable Dhammadipa
This talk was given as part of the Third Sunday program hosted by San Francisco Dharma Collective.
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-21 Investigation of the Breath 50:14
  Venerable Dhammadipa
a guided meditation given as part of the Third Sunday program with the Aloka Vihara community that usually meets at Berkeley Buddhist Monastery. June 2020
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-21 Kamma Matters 46:38
  Venerable Dhammadipa
This is a talk on karma, the 5 precepts, right speech, Black Lives Matter, and the #MeToo movement.
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-21 Dhamma Stream Online Puja: Nibbidā – Turning Away from Conditioned Consciousness 45:28
  Ajahn Sucitto
An untrained mind has no choice, it goes straight into dukkha; the trained mind has the possibility to turn away from patterns that the mind creates. The hinge-point is nibbidā – disinterest, disenchantment – to no longer be gripped by the play of the mind. Through this, mental patterns can be acknowledged as they arise but not entered into. Through remaining with dispassionate awareness, liberation can be realized. *Sutta references - AN10:2; SN35:28
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-22 Racism and Dharma Practice 30:26
  Brian Lesage
This talk explores the dynamics of Racism and bringing our practice of the Dharma to these dynamics.
Flagstaff Insight Meditation Community FIMC Monday Night Talks

2020-06-24 Buddhist Practice and the Transformation of Racism 2 65:20
  Donald Rothberg
Traditional Buddhist training occurs through development in wisdom, ethics, and meditation. We use this model to help us to understand Buddhist practice that aims to transform racism. We start by reviewing briefly the first three perspectives offered in the previous week, which fall under training in wisdom. Then we look at how ethical practice and in particular the practice of non-harming can be the basis for action, based on an understanding of ethical practice as guiding both one's personal behavior and one's responses to harm in one's communities and society. Lastly, we explore meditative training and how in particular mindfulness and compassion play central roles in the transformation of racism.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2020-06-24 Meditation: Body and Spirit 19:21
  Tara Brach
As we relax and awaken through our physical body, we discover the formless dimension of awareness or spirit that permeates all of life. This meditation includes a poem from Mary Oliver.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-06-24 Spiritual Hope 52:53
  Tara Brach
Spiritual hope opens us to possibility and energizes us to manifest our potential for love and wisdom. In contrast to attachment or egoic hope, which is the grasping for what will benefit a separate self, spiritual hope arises from trust in the openhearted awareness (bodhichitta) that is always and already within us. This talk explores how, as individuals and as a society, we can nourish spiritual hope, and create the grounds for healing and radical transformation.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-06-24 Generating the Hope 16:27
  George Mumford
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

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