Matthew Hepburn's Dharma Talks
Matthew Hepburn caught fire with the Dharma through retreat practice in his early twenties. He began offering vipassana instruction in 2012 at the Cambridge Insight Meditation Center, where he is continually inspired by the deep Dharma of daily living. He is a participant in the 2017-2021 IMS Teacher Training Program.
Select from Matthew Hepburn's
A Deeper Look at Practice Instructions
A Wise Approach To Pain and Discomfort
Anicca: Practical Impermanence for Retreat Yogis
Calm, Steadiness, and Balance Of Mind
Five hindrances: navigating difficult terrain.
Guide metta: loving kindness for self, friend, and enemy
Guided instructions: metta for self and neutral person
Guided instructions: mindfulness of thoughts and thinking
Guided instructions: second foundation of mindfulness
Guided meditation, instructions: including everything in simplicity
Guided meditation: metta for difficult beings
How to guide your own practice
Metta (loving-kindness) guided instructions for self
Mindfulness and investigation, as factors of enlightenment.
Mindfulness is the heart of awakening
Samadhi (concentration) is a factor of awakening.
The 5 Hindrances and the Myth of the Bad Meditator
When You Are Struggling And You Need A Friend.
Select one of Matthew Hepburn's 5 retreats
The Seven Factors of Awakening: Insight Meditation Retreat
Second 3-Week Insight Meditation Retreat
Your Life Is Your Practice: Insight Meditation Retreat
Insight Meditation Retreat for 18–32 Year Olds
Your Life Is Your Practice