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James Baraz's Dharma Talks
James Baraz
I try to convey that the wisdom and compassion we are looking for is already inside of us. I see practice as learning how to purify our mind and heart so we can hear the Buddha inside. In doing so, we naturally embody the dharma and help awaken that understanding and love in others we meet.
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2001-10-24 Finding Refuge in Trust 52:48
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2001-10-17 Working with Fear 26:09
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2001-10-12 Working with Fear 26:54
2001-09-19 In Response to September 11 7:25:54
with Gavin Harrison, Jack Kornfield, James Baraz, John Travis, Larry Rosenberg, Narayan Helen Liebenson, Robert K. Hall
2001-07-18 After the Honeymoon, the Marriage 1:17:32
2001-07-18 After The Honeymoon, The Marriage: Plateaus In Practice 65:46
After our initial and excitement encountering the Dharma, reality hits us and our practice may appear to stagnate. How can we renew our inspiration and reawaken our enthusiasm for practice?
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley
2001-05-26 Cultivating The Wholesome: The Brahma Viharas 64:27
Right Effort includes developing and increasing wholesome states by recognizing them or inclining the mind to their development. The four states of loving-kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity can be consciously developed through practice. (Includes experiential exercises.)
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
2001-04-11 Refinements of Life 1 and 2 65:31
2001-04-11 The 2nd Refinements of Life 69:02
2001-03-29 Refinement Of Mind - part 2 60:08
The Buddha explained how concentration, energy and equanimity work together to help purify a practitioner's mind over time. How can we wisely develop and bring to balance these qualities essential to waking up?
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

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