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Dharma Talks
2018-08-11 38 instructions: equanimity generally, and as a brahmavihara practice 18:22
  Jill Shepherd
Bringing equanimity to the ending of the retreat and the inevitable ups and downs, then instructions for the brahmavihara practice of equanimity for a difficult person
Te Moata Retreat Center :  Strengthening the two wings of Awakening: Wisdom and Compassion

2018-08-10 The Courage to Be: Liberating Our Innate Goodness (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 51:11
  La Sarmiento
When we truly love and accept all of who we are, we create the possibility for others to do the same. We become more real, honest and courageous with life's unfolding.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight for Young Adults

2018-08-10 37 talk: anatta or not-self and the five clinging-aggregates 43:34
  Jill Shepherd
An introduction to anatta or not-self and an exploration of the suffering that comes from clinging to the five aggregates
Te Moata Retreat Center :  Strengthening the two wings of Awakening: Wisdom and Compassion

2018-08-10 Day Four, Guided Kindness Meditation-Forgiveness (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 47:48
  Tempel Smith
With the practice of Forgiveness Meditation, we release our hearts from the pain of resentment without losing a healthy sense of boundaries or accountability.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight for Young Adults

2018-08-10 Entering the Door of Vulnerability 45:00
  Jean Esther
True North Insight Relating to Ourselves and Others with the Heart of a Buddha

2018-08-10 How the Practice Works - Dharma and Recovery series 2:01:28
  Kevin Griffin
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2018-08-10 Day Four, Instructional Sit (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 66:39
  JoAnna Hardy
Mindfulness of Thoughts and Emotions
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight for Young Adults

2018-08-10 35 guided meditation: exploring the Seven Factors of Awakening 28:28
  Jill Shepherd
Mostly silent meditation practising choiceless awareness, with occasional instructions to check for the presence or absence of each of the seven factors of awakening: mindfulness, investigation, energy, joy, tranquillity, concentration, and equanimity
Te Moata Retreat Center :  Strengthening the two wings of Awakening: Wisdom and Compassion

2018-08-10 34 instructions: Seven Factors of Awakening 16:50
  Jill Shepherd
An overview of the Seven Factors of Awakening, their relationship to the five hindrances, and their role in supporting insight
Te Moata Retreat Center :  Strengthening the two wings of Awakening: Wisdom and Compassion

2018-08-09 "How to Practice When Life is Difficult." 53:17
  Kate Munding
This is a practice that brings in ease to the mind and body, offering relief from our dukkha while also supporting more mental clarity to see through some of our confusion and aversion. It can be used for stress, grief, and being overwhelmed. It can also be used to prepare for more concentration and steady mindfulness when the mind or body is a bit stirred up.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

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