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Dharma Talks
2022-08-22 The Buddha's Last Teachings | Monday Night Talk 60:27
Jack Kornfield
This dharma talk centers around teachings from The Mahāparinibbāṇa Sutta which is a story about the last year of the Buddha's life. This text has two main themes: 1. The Buddha wanted to leave his teachings as guidance for his followers to empower them. 2. The Buddha wanted to encourage his followers to foster wise relationships to one another in the spiritual community and to the world.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Cultivating Concentration

2022-08-22 Guided Meditation: Mettā to Oneself, Easy Relationship, Another, and All Beings 45:05
Zohar Lavie
SanghaSeva The Heart Unbound

2022-08-22 Metta for a friend 39:23
Devon Hase
Guided Meditation on metta for a friend with receiving practice at the end.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Your Life Is Your Practice: Insight Meditation Retreat

2022-08-22 Mettā Expands Beyond Dukkha 45:35
Nathan Glyde
SanghaSeva The Heart Unbound

2022-08-22 Meditation Instructions 2: Metta 60:04
Zohar Lavie
SanghaSeva The Heart Unbound

2022-08-21 Balancing energy on the path 45:17
Devon Hase
Stories, reflections, and images, to support wise effort and balanced energy in retreat and in daily life
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Your Life Is Your Practice: Insight Meditation Retreat

2022-08-21 Dukkha Without Tanha: Integrating Buddhist Insights and Neuropsychology 1:32:03
Rick Hanson, William Edelglass
As the First Noble Truth, the Buddha pointed to dukkha: some experiences are painful; enjoyable experiences are impermanent; and all phenomena lack an enduring essence. Dukkha is routinely (mis)translated as “suffering” or “unsatisfactoriness” - but these are not inherent in it! The Buddha’s liberating teaching in his Second Noble Truth is that it is tanha - “craving” - which turns dukkha into suffering. Biologically, we crave when we feel something is missing or wrong. So, in this conversation with Rick Hanson, we'll explore how to build up a sense of fullness and balance that’s hardwired into the nervous system, and grow the inner strengths that can meet our needs without craving . . . and face the challenges of life with an unshakable core of contentment, love, and inner peace.
Barre Center for Buddhist Studies

2022-08-21 Judith Ragir and Pamela Weiss - Untangling Karma 1:27:49
Pamela Weiss
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community SFI Sunday Nights

2022-08-21 Guided Meditation: Welcoming, Allowing, Opening 44:56
Nathan Glyde
A guided metta meditation based on Rob Burbea's Dukkha Ways of Looking practice.
SanghaSeva The Heart Unbound

2022-08-21 Wise View and the Cultivation of Wisdom 1:14:51
Gullu Singh
Spirit Rock Meditation Center BIPOC Voices - Series

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