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Dharma Talks
2023-03-26 Surrendering to Change 30:15
Eugene Cash
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community SFI Sunday Nights

2023-03-26 Opening Talk 1:19:56
Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage 3-Week Spring 2023 Hermitage Retreat with Marcia Rose & teaching assistant Kristina Baré

2023-03-27 Sitting Instructions 58:53
Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage 3-Week Spring 2023 Hermitage Retreat with Marcia Rose & teaching assistant Kristina Baré

2023-03-27 My Religion is Kindness 22:39
Ayya Medhanandi
Joy comes softly. First, we plow through the labyrinth of our emotional compost. We know anguish, selfishness, and all their truant cousins. Then we learn skillful ways to let go. Dying to the ‘self’, the heart is purified. Even despair and the darkest energies vanish in the presence of a happiness that is beyond ownership. There is no ‘one’ to hold on, die, or awaken, but the heart is compassionate, free, and at peace with all things.
Sati Saraniya Hermitage

2023-03-27 The Three Refuges - Understanding Dhamma - Week 3 - Talk 39:03
Mark Nunberg
Please join in for this four week course examining the traditional three refuges as the central practice of clarifying and strengthening one’s spiritual aspiration and intuition about the path. Without this ongoing deepening of understanding regarding the means and ends of our spiritual practice we tend to pick and choose what we like from the many choices that exist today. The Buddhist practice of taking refuge as a conscious intentional act goes against the stream of our habit energies. Taking refuge as an ongoing practice is how we keep what is most important in mind as we practice meditation and navigate our busy days. The Three Refuges exist to strengthen our allegiance with intimacy and clear comprehension of the way things are, allowing for a wiser, more compassionate and creative engagement with our lives.
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies - The Three Refuges

2023-03-27 The Three Refuges - Understanding Dhamma - Week 3 - Meditation 30:05
Mark Nunberg
Please join in for this four week course examining the traditional three refuges as the central practice of clarifying and strengthening one’s spiritual aspiration and intuition about the path. Without this ongoing deepening of understanding regarding the means and ends of our spiritual practice we tend to pick and choose what we like from the many choices that exist today. The Buddhist practice of taking refuge as a conscious intentional act goes against the stream of our habit energies. Taking refuge as an ongoing practice is how we keep what is most important in mind as we practice meditation and navigate our busy days. The Three Refuges exist to strengthen our allegiance with intimacy and clear comprehension of the way things are, allowing for a wiser, more compassionate and creative engagement with our lives.
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies - The Three Refuges

2023-03-27 Selah 52:31
Kristina Bare
Mountain Hermitage 3-Week Spring 2023 Hermitage Retreat with Marcia Rose & teaching assistant Kristina Baré

2023-03-27 Love, Let, Loosen: Wise Intention 1:44:41
Dawn Mauricio
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2023-03-28 Morning Reflections 48:29
Kristina Bare
Mountain Hermitage 3-Week Spring 2023 Hermitage Retreat with Marcia Rose & teaching assistant Kristina Baré

2023-03-28 Wise Concentration 1:28:04
Marcia Rose
Mountain Hermitage 3-Week Spring 2023 Hermitage Retreat with Marcia Rose & teaching assistant Kristina Baré

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