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2022-09-21 Die fünf Hemmnisse und die fünf Gegenkräfte, Teil 1 42:41
Renate Seifarth
Reflexion darüber dem Dhamma begegnet zu sein, die Hemmnisse Habgier, Hass und Trägheit und die Gegenkräfte Geben, Metta und Interesse.
Buddha-Haus :  Vipassana und Metta

2022-09-21 Meditation: Saying “Yes” to Reality 19:03
Tara Brach
Our suffering comes from tensing and resisting the life that’s here. This meditation guides us to relax and awaken our body and senses, and resting in presence, allow life to be as it is. As our “Yes” to the changing flow becomes full, we discover the freedom of awake awareness itself.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2022-09-21 Radical Acceptance – Our Gateway to Love and Freedom 39:38
Tara Brach
Our capacity to realize the truth of who we are and to love fully, arises from moments of true acceptance. This means meeting our unfolding life with an unconditional, open and tender presence. This talk on Radical Acceptance explores how the trance of unworthiness contracts us away from presence, and how activating mindfulness and self-compassion with RAIN loosens the grip of self-aversion and awakens our hearts.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2022-09-22 Die fünf Hemmnisse Teil 2 45:26
Renate Seifarth
Die Hemmnisse Rastlosigkeit und skeptischer Zweifel. Deren Gegenkräfte sind die Fähigkeit sich beruhigen zu können und Vertrauen zu entfalten
Buddha-Haus :  Vipassana und Metta

2022-09-22 You've Got a Friend: The Buddha's Advice on Good Friendship 55:07
James Baraz
The Buddha said, "Good friends are the whole of the spiritual life." But what does it mean to be a good friend? In the Sigalovada Sutta the Buddha describes different kinds of friendship including what a true friend is, what it is not, and how a true friend supports you in your spiritual practice. We will explore being there with others in a way that helps you and them grow.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

2022-09-22 The Judging mind 59:57
Sally Armstrong
Many of us have a tendency to be critical and judgmental of ourselves and others. In meditation, this habit can seem quite strong and can create a lot of suffering. But mindfulness is a wonderful tool to enable us to see these thoughts for what they are, so we can begin to bring wisdom and understanding to them. The good news is, like any conditioned habit, we can learn to decondition this pattern.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2022-09-22 Waves of Metta 40:40
Ayya Dhammadīpā
Guided meditation on metta like waves of sound radiating in all directions
Dassanāya Buddhist Community

2022-09-23 Morning instructions and guided meditation 58:45
Greg Scharf
Bringing mindfulness to thoughts and thinking
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three-Month Retreat - Part 1

2022-09-23 Vertrauen Teil 2 35:51
Renate Seifarth
Wie kann ich die Fähigkeit zu vertrauen wieder gewinnen?
Buddha-Haus :  Vipassana und Metta

2022-09-23 Meditation on presence of mind, Dhamma talk Part 1 on Satipaṭṭhāna: The Body 1:37:55
Bhante Sujato
Meditation on presence of mind. Beginning of dhamma talks on Satipaṭṭhāna. Part 1: The Body. The meanings of Satipaṭṭhāna; explicitly means meditation. The four Satipaṭṭhāna meditations are body (kāyānupassī), feelings (vedanānupassī), mind (cittānupassī), principles (dhammānupassī). The body as something simple to ground oneself on. Mindfulness as "presence of mind", related to time, to keep on remembering and being conscious with firmness and steadiness.
Lokanta Vihara

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