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Kate Munding's Dharma Talks
Kate Munding
Kate Munding is co-guiding teacher of IMCB. She has been practicing since 2002 and has done numerous 1-2 month intensive practice periods. Kate is currently in Spirit Rock's Teacher Training program. Kate has also trained approximately 2,000 educators, therapists, and parents in mindful awareness techniques and philosophy in the U.S. and abroad.
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2020-11-13 Guided Sit on Vedana 45:10
Bringing mindfulness to the tone of experience (Guided Meditation)
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Finding True Refuge in Uncertain Times with Anushka Fernandopulle, Chas DiCapua, Kate Munding, Jozen Tamori Gibson and Dawn Scott
2020-11-12 Holding loss, grief, and impermanence with tenderness 41:03
Grief and the process of mourning can be held as a sacred time that lends towards a greater capacity for compassion and a clearer knowing of what is truly precious in our life? (Dharma Talk)
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Finding True Refuge in Uncertain Times with Anushka Fernandopulle, Chas DiCapua, Kate Munding, Jozen Tamori Gibson and Dawn Scott
2020-11-11 Settling In Meditation 42:34
First day of retreat instructions. Grounding the attention in the body (Guided Meditation)
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Finding True Refuge in Uncertain Times with Anushka Fernandopulle, Chas DiCapua, Kate Munding, Jozen Tamori Gibson and Dawn Scott
2019-12-19 Freedom of an "Open Heart" 61:33
This talk explores some questions of an "open heart." Can we bring both into our awareness the question, "is it possible to open further?" Where it is a stretch to feel compassionate and unguarded, is forgiveness needed, is self-care and healing needed? Do we always recognize the easy-open freedom of a heart that is fully available and unhindered? Do we take those states and the people connected to those states for granted?
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks
2019-12-12 Letting Go Of Busyness 54:01
An appropriate topic for this time of year. Many subthemes fall under this theme, such as how to be mindful of abundance and scarcity, feeling connected with others, and the nourishment of renunciation.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks
2019-11-21 Attitudes of the Mind 41:25
In past weeks I've been pulling inspiration from the Satipatthana Sutta, the foundational teachings on mindfulness. I've been linking them to some of it's underpinning truths of change, impermanence, suffering, and freedom from it. I'd like to continue on this thread for tomorrow's talk and bring in the third foundation, the foundation of the mind.. We'll explore how, when we aren't lost in it, the mind is a fascinating subject for our attention. When we understand our mind more fully, we can more fully understand who we are. We'll use this theme to understand better the truth of self and not-self.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks
2019-11-10 Coming Home to Wisdom - Women's Day Retreat 6:17:44
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2019-11-07 Mindfulness of the Body 54:32
mindfulness of the body and how it helps us understand and navigate change
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks
2019-08-22 Community Practice Questions & Answers 60:26
this Dharma talk is a Q&A style talk collecting practice questions and then weaving them together.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks
2019-08-22 Tenderness Meditation 36:57
The tenderness practice instructions during the meditation is a form of metta and compassion practice. It's one that helps ease the nervous system, hold difficulty and stress with care, and cultivates a kind attitude towards our mindfulness practice.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

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