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Dharma Talks
2022-06-11 Dukkha, Tanha, & The Hindrances 47:49
Zohar Lavie
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland In Our Best Interests

2022-06-11 Long and Pleasant Breath: Guided Meditation 39:33
Zohar Lavie
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland In Our Best Interests

2022-06-11 Day 1 Meditation instructions: Listening with Spacious Intimacy 62:34
Nathan Glyde
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland In Our Best Interests

2022-06-10 Acercarse a la paz 37:10
Ayya Dhammadīpā
prácticas para dejar atrás la agitación y la resistencia a estados sanos
Dharma Seed

2022-06-10 Opening to Our Best Interests 20:21
Nathan Glyde
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland In Our Best Interests

2022-06-10 19 meditation: equanimity 29:57
Jill Shepherd
Practising with choiceless attention, simply opening to whatever experiences arise moment to moment and orienting to the stable, steady awareness that knows it all (including the strong winds swirling around the meditation hall)
Southern Insight Meditation (Staveley Camp) Rest, renewal, resilience, release

2022-06-10 18 instructions: equanimity 9:07
Jill Shepherd
Brief instructions for bringing equanimity to endings, including the ending of this retreat
Southern Insight Meditation (Staveley Camp) Rest, renewal, resilience, release

2022-06-10 Metta Introduction 37:26
Walt Opie
A brief definition of metta or loving-kindness, followed by some stories and an introduction to the practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Establishing Awareness: Insight Meditation Retreat

2022-06-10 Mindfulness of breathing: review 50:34
Sally Armstrong
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 2022 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2022-06-09 5 Methods to Work with Troublesome Thoughts: MN #20: Vitakkasanthana Sutta 49:43
James Baraz
The Buddha gave a teaching on five different methods he recommended to work with disturbing thoughts. When we are mindful of the thinking process it's possible to see thoughts simply as mental fabrications. However, when we get caught in them and the body gets activated, we spin out in the story and are caught in a negative emotional response. We become identified with those mental formations and can more easily get lost. When that happens, the Buddha offers these five strategies as skillful techniques to deal with the confused mind.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

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