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Dharma Talks
2023-03-21 Eightfold path – taking the practice into our lives 46:00
Jean Esther
Wise view and wise thought, and ethical conduct are elucidated as guides for living a life with wisdom and compassion
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center The Two Wings of the Dharma: Infusing Our Lives with Wisdom & Compassion

2023-03-22 Guided Breath Meditation 45:55
Kirsten Kratz
Gaia House Meeting Life with Compassion and Courage

2023-03-22 How to See the Big Picture when Times are Tough 1:19:38
Kaira Jewel Lingo
Includes a meditation & dharma talk (the participant Q/A has been removed)
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2023-03-22 Reflections On Courage, and Exchange with Dene Donalds 45:51
Kirsten Kratz
Gaia House Meeting Life with Compassion and Courage

2023-03-22 Elk, Bobcats, Porcupine, and Turkeys: Reflections on Nature and Metta 44:32
Devon Hase
A dharma talk about the four brahma viharas and nature - how wild things help wake up the heart. Starring many wild and wonderful creatures and lots of retreat stories.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March, 2023

2023-03-22 Meditation: Aliveness and Presence 20:49
Tara Brach
This meditation guides us to wake up our senses and full aliveness through a body scan, and then to rest in the formless presence that is aware of this changing dance of life. We close with a poem by Robert Hall.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2023-03-22 The Power of Deep Listening – Part 1 65:35
Tara Brach
Listening deeply is the gateway to realizing connection. It’s what allows us to move through life with a wise, loving and healing presence. These two talks explore our blocks to true listening, and offer teachings and practices that can directly cultivate this invaluable capacity.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2023-03-22 The Three Poisons: Past, Present, and Future 60:27
David Loy
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2023-03-23 Awareness and inquiry 27:47
Ajahn Sucitto
Using a retreat for internal strengthening / cleaning, starts with an inventory of where we are and what's happening. It's a deep caring for oneself and one's experience. (Offered at ATBA.)
Vimutti Buddhist Monestary

2023-03-23 The Shift of Practice from “Doing” to “Being” 54:51
James Baraz
While it’s true that it takes effort to come back to the present moment each time the mind wanders, the most profound practice is when we let go of all effort and simply rest in the awareness that’s always here. This shift from “doing” to the complete relaxation of “non-doing” or simply “Being” is what the Tibetans call the deep and subtle practice of “Non-Meditation”.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

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