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Dharma Talks
2022-02-21 Monday Night Dharma Talk - Honoring my teacher Thich Nhat Hahn 32:59
Kaira Jewel Lingo
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2022-02-21 Sympathy Empathy and Compassion 17:25
Bhante Bodhidhamma
What are main characterists of Sympathy, Emapthy and Compassion and what are their subtle corruptions? Is there a place for just sympathy?
Satipanya Buddhist Retreat

2022-02-21 Compassion 0:00
Rebecca Bradshaw
(Recording not available) 
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC Winter Retreat 2022

2022-02-21 Dhamma Talk - The Wholesome and Beautiful Mind 66:50
Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage 2 Week Samatha-Vipassana Retreat for Experienced Students

2022-02-21 Buddhist Studies: Liberating the Heart with Goodwill, Compassion, Appreciative Joy, and Equanimity, Week 7 – Meditation 30:02
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course: Liberating the Heart with Goodwill, Compassion, Appreciative Joy, and Equanimity

2022-02-21 Buddhist Studies: Liberating the Heart with Goodwill, Compassion, Appreciative Joy, and Equanimity, Week 7 – Talk 58:40
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course: Liberating the Heart with Goodwill, Compassion, Appreciative Joy, and Equanimity

2022-02-21 5 Subjects for Daily Recollection (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 60:05
JD Doyle
Exploring the inescapable realities of the human condition as a path to orient ourselves to away from linearity and into complexity and mystery to support awakening
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Insight Meditation 1 Month Retreat

2022-02-22 Reflection from Nadia Boulanger 55:41
Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage 2 Week Samatha-Vipassana Retreat for Experienced Students

2022-02-22 Metta meditation 47:15
Chas DiCapua
A guided meditation on metta
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC Winter Retreat 2022

2022-02-22 Guided Equanimity with Nature (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 48:23
Tempel Smith
To find equanimity within us we can reflect on how we naturally feel when in nature. We rarely judge nature or get rigidly stuck on our preferences. We can see a young sapling, a mature tree, a much older tree, and a fallen tree. We can see rabbits and coyotes, insects and birds who eat them. We let nature have its changing seasons. From these reflections we can find the open heart of caring equanimity, just wishing for respectful contact with the truth. Can we bring this to the human realm?
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Insight Meditation 1 Month Retreat

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