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2024-03-04 13 meditation: Standing, tuning in to feeling-tones and cetanā 20:07
Jill Shepherd
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre Nine-day insight meditation retreat

2024-03-03 Dāna Talk: Generosity, Participation, and Contribution as a Liberating View 21:10
Nathan Glyde
Gaia House Liberating View

2024-03-03 Anattā: The Liberating View of Non-identification 59:13
Nathan Glyde
Meditation Instruction and Practice
Gaia House Liberating View

2024-03-02 Truly Useful View of Neither Self Nor Not-Self 46:05
Nathan Glyde
Exploring anatta, the not-self strategy, from the foundation of our experience of the liberating insight lenses of anicca and dukkha ways of conceiving, perceiving, and relating.
Gaia House Liberating View

2024-03-02 Anicca: The Liberating View of Inconstancy 57:04
Nathan Glyde
Meditation Instruction and Practice
Gaia House Liberating View

2024-03-02 Staying Balance With the Help of Our Friends 1:17:39
Ayya Santussika
Karuna Buddhist Vihara

2024-03-01 Three More Liberating Views - An Introduction to Our Retreat Theme 30:17
Nathan Glyde
Gaia House Liberating View

2024-02-28 What Makes the World Spin? (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 47:09
Jaya Rudgard
The eight conditions or worldly winds (gain, loss, status, disrepute, praise, censure, pleasure, pain) that blow on everyone and how to find an unshakeability in their midst.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center February Insight Meditation Retreat--1 Month

2024-02-28 Transforming the Judgmental Mind 2 64:50
Donald Rothberg
We begin by reviewing some and expanding last week's introduction to practicing to transform the judgmental mind, including clarifying our language and the way that in English "judgment" can ambiguously mean either an expression of the judgmental mind or a non-judgmental discernment. We identify examples of the judgmental mind, and point to how it can be understood in terms of the sequence of contact to grasping (and pushing away) in the Buddha's teaching on Dependent Origination, how negative judgments (in the sense of the judgmental mind) typically come out of unacknowledged or unprocessed pain. We also point to how our practice with the judgmental mind, as it goes deeper, begins to identify "limiting beliefs," often from childhood, that generate our most chronic judgments. We end the talk with naming a number of ways to practice with the judgmental mind. The talk is followed with discussion.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2024-02-28 Guided Meditation Exploring the Judgmental Mind 37:15
Donald Rothberg
After a period of settling and general mindfulness practice, we invite noticing and being with any expressions of the judgmental mind (here called "judgments") if they occur. In the second part of the guided meditation, there is also a more direct investigation of a selected judgment, exploring it at the levels of body, emotions, and thought, and seeing whether any underlying painful or difficult experience can be noticed. We close with a brief three-part self-compassion practice (from Kristin Neff).
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

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