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2024-02-25 Changing - Part One 1:30:22
Ayya Santussika
Karuna Buddhist Vihara

2024-02-24 Liberative Dependent Arising (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 52:28
Kim Allen
Liberative, or Transcendent, Dependent Arising describes an arc that runs from suffering (dukkha) to liberation, including many beautiful qualities like faith, joy, and tranquility. It shows how the mind gradually untangles through a lawful process.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Insight Meditation Retreat--1 Month

2024-02-22 talk: Death contemplation, gratitude and muditā practice 33:21
Jill Shepherd
Auckland Insight Meditation Auckland Insight meetings

2024-02-22 Building the path to our best home: how to work with grief, and shame that can hinder Metta 51:24
Jessica Morey
This talk explores obstacles to Metta, with a focus on shame and grief, as well as their distinction to hiri and ottappa
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Lovingkindness Retreat

2024-02-22 Introduction to metta practice 58:26
Oren Jay Sofer
Instructions for loving kindness, practice, and a guided meditation
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Lovingkindness Retreat

2024-02-21 Meditation: A Welcoming Heartspace 18:00
Tara Brach
Our pathway to peace and happiness is through opening, with tenderness, to our moment-to-moment experience. This meditation guides us first to be awake in our body and senses, and then to include the changing flow of life in a spacious, kind heart. We close with a short verse from poet Dorothy Hunt – “Peace Is This Moment Without Judgment.”
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2024-02-21 “Getting Over Yourself” – A Conversation between Tara Brach and Stephen Josephs 64:48
Tara Brach
Executive coach and author Stephen Josephs has worked with many top business leaders, guiding them in transcending the egoic conditioning that limit their impact on other people, and on societal change. In this conversation we look at what he’s learned about inner freedom and awakening from his own trauma, from 60 years of spiritual practice, from models of adult development, and from the poetry of Lao Tzu. Stephen and Tara have been close friends for over 50 years, and she considers him her first inspiration for a dedicated practice of meditation. His website is stephenjosephs.com.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2024-02-21 Kindness rooted in love 48:44
Oren Jay Sofer
What is Metta? How do we experience it? How do we strengthen it?
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Lovingkindness Retreat

2024-02-21 Transforming the Judgmental Mind 1 68:12
Donald Rothberg
We frame the session in terms of there being three main inter-related aims of our practice: (1) developing wisdom and insight, (2) cultivating the kind heart and compassion, and (3) acting skillfully and ethically in all the parts of our life. In this context, it's interesting that having insight can still be connected with reactivity; it's possible to be both "right" and see something clearly, and be obnoxious. We look at one major way in which insight can be enmeshed with reactivity--what I call "the judgmental mind." We first clarify how "judgment" in English is ambiguous, sometimes meaning judgmental, sometimes meaning discerning without reactivity. The judgmental mind combines typically some kind of noticing, insight, observation, etc. with reactivity, and the key to transforming the judgmental mind is to work through the reactivity, using multiple tools. The last part of the talk outlines our major tools for transforming the judgmental mind, and invites next week's practice. We then have a discussion.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2024-02-20 Pourquoi pratiquer la méditation? 56:28
Pascal Auclair
True North Insight Une douce et profonde transformation du coeur

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