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Rebecca Bradshaw's Dharma Talks
Rebecca Bradshaw
Rebecca Bradshaw has practiced vipassana and metta meditation since 1983 in both the United States and Burma. She has been teaching since 1993 and is one at the guiding teachers at the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts. "My passion is encouraging students to drop into embodied presence, and grounding this presence in wisdom and lovingkindness. When a sense of love and kindness underlies our practice, we can explore life deeply in a truly integrated way, bringing together mind, heart, and body. Wisdom then holds it all in spaciousness. I especially enjoy connecting with young people in the Dharma, teaching students on longer retreats, supporting sangha on a community level, and sharing the dharma in Spanish." For more information about Rebecca and/or to make a donation to support her teaching, please visit her website at
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2022-04-12 Intimacy with all things. 43:45
Commentary on Dogen's statement: "awakening is intimacy with all things"
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Embodying Kindness & Wisdom: Insight & Lovingkindness Meditation Retreat
2022-02-21 Compassion 0:00
(Recording not available) 
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC Winter Retreat 2022
2022-02-19 Knowing Through Intimacy With our Own Experience 51:20
A wonderful talk on non rational ways of knowing directly from experience
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC Winter Retreat 2022
2022-02-02 Freeing the Heart – Meditation 33:26
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series
2022-02-02 Freeing the Heart – Talk 49:38
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series
2021-07-21 Ways of Knowing 54:11
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center
2021-01-20 Exploring Kwan Yin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion 47:58
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center
2020-03-02 Dukkha Dukkha: the Suffering of Unpleasant Experiences. 53:06
This talk explores both physical and emotional suffering in the form of unpleasant experiences, giving detailed explanations on how to be with these with mindfulness. It also explores where real suffering is and how we can experience freedom even when life is unpleasant or painful.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2020
2020-02-16 Three Kinds of Dukkha (Suffering) 61:02
The Suffering of painful, pleasant, and neutral experiences and the freedom of letting go
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective Winter 2020
2019-12-22 Guided Meditation - Metta and the Four Brahma Viharas 46:35
15-minute introduction with the four Brahma Viharas and Metta, then 30 minutes guided Metta for self and easy person.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Winter Solstice Insight Meditation Weekend

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