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2021-04-20 Living with Integrity 28:20
  Brian Lesage
Flagstaff Insight Meditation Community FIMC Monday Night Talks

2021-04-17 Zum Gewahrsein Erwachen 10:46
  Ayya Santacitta
Aloka-Dharma-Zoom
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-04-17 Die Vier Übungsfelder zur Entwicklung von Achtsamkeit & bewusstes Gewahrsein 45:16
  Ayya Santacitta
Aloka-Dharma-Zoom | Geführte Meditation
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-04-14 “Make Love of Your Self Perfect” - retreat talk 63:24
  Tara Brach
Like a dense fog, chronic self -judgment blocks the light of our true nature. This talk explores the challenges to loving the life within us, and the pathways of practice that lead to holding our own being and all life in a boundless tender heart.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC 2021 IMCW Spring Retreat: Intimacy with Life

2021-04-14 Meditation: Coming Home with the Breath 17:46
  Tara Brach
This guided practice has a short period of relaxing the body, and establishes the breath as a home base for attention. We practice arriving again and again, deepening the pathway of homecoming. The meditation ends with lovingkindness for ourselves and our world.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC 2021 IMCW Spring Retreat: Intimacy with Life

2021-04-14 Doing and Not-Doing in Meditation and Daily Life 4: Talk, Guided Meditation, and Discussion 1:13:33
  Donald Rothberg
We review briefly the basic perspectives that we've explore in preceding sessions: the importance of active "doing" in meditation and daily life, the importance as well as receptivity and "not-doing" in meditation and daily life, and ways in which to inquire into our more fixed identity as a "doer." We then look at two broad perspectives on a doing coming out of a deep not-doing: (1) in "flow" experiences and the experiences of "experts" in a given area, with examples from art, music, sports, and everyday life; and (2) in spiritual traditions, with a particular emphasis on Taoist and Buddhist sources. Then there is a second guided meditation, about 20 minutes long, and beginning at 35:55, grounded in the earlier guided meditation before the talk, in which we explore a progressive letting-go of both more gross and more subtle dimensions of meditative doing, opening up to a deeper non-doing, which can be the basis for the "doing coming out of a deep not-doing" we explored in the talk. Finally, we have open discussion.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-04-14 Doing and Not-Doing in Meditation and Daily Life: Guided Meditation 1 28:40
  Donald Rothberg
About a 30-minute guided meditation emphasizing the balance of more active "doing" and more receptive awareness (a kind of "not-doing") in meditation. We start with intentions and then settling of attention and awareness, followed by opening up to what is predominant, integrating both more active and more receptive dimensions of practice. This session is followed by a talk on the theme of doing and not-doing in meditation and daily life, and a second guided meditation, which goes more deeply into not-doing.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-04-12 Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of Feeling Tone, Week 6 - Meditation 31:54
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of Feeling Tone, Spring 2021

2021-04-12 Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of Feeling Tone, Week 6 - Talk 38:00
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of Feeling Tone, Spring 2021

2021-04-11 Mindfulness of Breathing, Part 13: Abandoning Selfing - Meditation 42:59
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Mindfulness of Breathing - A Dharma Talk Series with Mark Nunberg

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