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2022-08-30 21 talk: Working with Afflictive Thought Patterns 46:52
Jill Shepherd
Exploring common afflictive thought-patterns such as lack mind, comparing mind and the inner critic, and orienting to wisdom and compassion to help them release
Te Moata Retreat Center :  Healing the heart, refining the mind, finding freedom

2022-05-30 Cultivating Self Compassion as a Path to Joy (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 57:21
Diana Winston
Since so many of us struggle with self-judgment, what practices and tools will help us find more self-compassion and cultivate more joy? In this talk we explore the roots of self-judgment, and the ways in which mindfulness, loving kindness, and the recognition of our shared humanity and inner goodness can work together to alleviate the critical mind and promote joy and resilience.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awakening Joy and Wellbeing

2022-02-04 Dhp 152 153 The Inner Critic 24:57
Bhante Bodhidhamma
These two verses point to the hypocrite an d also suggest the Inner Critic and that we should attend to it.
Satipanya Buddhist Retreat :  Dhammapada

2021-09-17 Loving Kindness as Openness; The Effects of the Inner Critic 37:27
Laura Bridgman
Gaia House Exploring the Brahmaviharas: Kindness, Compassion, Joy and Equanimity

2021-05-31 Day 2 Q&A 48:50
Ajahn Sucitto
What is practicing directly; differences between sāti sampajañña and sātipañña; meandering/curious attention when practicing; how important is jhāna; help working with our habits and blind spots; how to work with the inner critic; when to address things internally or externally with regards to other people.
Cittaviveka Clearing the Floods - Dealing with Internal and External Overload

2021-04-10 The Inner Tyrant 31:37
Ajahn Sucitto
We are engaging in a world that is innately unsatisfactory. Yet, within that it’s important to find an accurate sense of purpose, ethical orientation and belonging. These are areas where the self-critical ‘inner tyrant’ quality will inevitably be activated. The Tyrant’s ‘I’m not good enough’ message can be recognized as a program rather than a meaningful description of ‘who I am’. Through the practices of disengagement, embodiment and goodwill, the program can be dismantled.
Dharma Realm Buddhist University :  Unseating the Inner Tyrant

2020-11-20 Freedom From the Inner Critic: Using the Tools of Wisdom and Compassion 4:07:37
Mark Coleman
Do you experience the painful effects of self-judgment, or hurt from your mind's harsh attacks on yourself? If you wish to be free from the torment of the inner critic, then this day is for you. During our time together, you will learn to work with self-judgment with clarity and skill and develop greater self-acceptance, self-compassion and forgiveness as antidotes to criticism. The day will include a combination of talks and interactive exercises, mindfulness and kindness techniques. This will be a practical and experiential day retreat, taught with lightness, compassion and humor and the need to not take ourselves too seriously!
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2020-08-15 An Attitude Of Kindness & The Inner Critic 57:03
Zohar Lavie
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Aug 2020

2020-03-14 How Craving Feeds the Inner Critic 13:36
Jenny Wilks
Gaia House Nurturing the Compassionate Heart: Moving Beyond the Inner Critic

2020-03-12 Reflections on the Inner Critic 50:17
Jenny Wilks
Gaia House Nurturing the Compassionate Heart: Moving Beyond the Inner Critic

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