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Dharma Talks
2021-08-02 Monday Night Dharma Talk - Loving the Enemy 45:27
Jeff Haozous
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2021-08-02 Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of the Mind, Week 6 - Meditation 30:26
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course: Mindfulness of the Mind

2021-08-02 Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of the Mind, Week 6 - Talk 34:44
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course: Mindfulness of the Mind

2021-08-03 Field of Blessings 42:15
Ajahn Sucitto
Based on who we associate with and surround ourselves with, a field is generated where we pick up the behaviors and tonalities. One trains to generate a supportive field for training and learning. Whatever the field, open to what you’re in, get a feel for that, and aim for what is honorable, steady and balanced.
Cittaviveka Cittaviveka 2021 Rains Retreat - Opening Group Practice

2021-08-03 The Wisdom and Complexity of Gratitude 26:35
Brian Lesage
Flagstaff Insight Meditation Community FIMC Monday Night Talks

2021-08-04 Was ich von meinen Lehrern gelernt habe 37:47
Ayya Santacitta
ÖBR Theravada Schule Wien

2021-08-04 Practice Instructions and Guided Meditation 57:07
Jaya Rudgard
Settling, grounding and stabilising.
Gaia House Inside-outside: the mystery of I, me, mine

2021-08-04 Guided Meditation: Practicing with the Eight Worldly Winds 2 37:38
Donald Rothberg
After some general instructions for settling and seeing clearly and a period of practice, there is guidance for practicing with the Eight Worldly Winds (pleasure or pain, gain or loss, fame or disrepute, and praise or blame). We focus first on being attentive to moderate or greater levels of pleasant or unpleasant experiences (when the experiences are in the "workable" range). Then we bring in attention to the other Winds, when they arise.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-08-04 Deepening Daily Life Practice 4: Practicing with the Eight Worldly Winds 2 69:42
Donald Rothberg
We begin by naming some of the important supports for daily life practice and by exploring further the importance of practicing with reactivity (compulsively and habitually grasping after or pushing away). It's helpful to focus on the center of practice: Transforming reactivity and learning better how to respond skillfully in all parts of our lives. It's also important to name some of the complexities of practicing with reactivity: (1) Seeing that the pleasant and unpleasant aren't the problem, that reactivity is the problem; (2) understanding that this isn't about passivity but rather about skillful response; and (3) clarifying that reactivity can often be enmeshed with important insight, clarity, and intelligence, such that the aim of practice is to separate out the reactivity from the insight. In this context, we then look further at the Eight Worldly Winds (pleasure or pain, gain or loss, fame or disrepute, and praise or blame) and point to a number of guidelines and suggestions for practicing when they arise.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-08-04 Guided Meditation 34:49
Gavin Milne
Intention; turning towards ourselves with loving awareness
Gaia House Inside-outside: the mystery of I, me, mine

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