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2021-05-06 talk: Wise Speech p2 18:27
Jill Shepherd
Looking at lesser-known aspects of Wise Speech, including how the Buddha at times endorsed harsh speech if necessary to prevent harm; also exploring the role of wise listening to help discern when and how to speak
Auckland Insight Meditation Living a life of mutual benefit: Exploring the Noble Eightfold Path

2021-05-05 Meditation: Letting Go into Living Presence 18:31
Tara Brach
We resist reality by tensing our body and contracting into thoughts. This meditation guides us into letting go of resistance by surrendering over and over into the aliveness and presence that is right here.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2021-05-05 Three Dimensions of Conscious Prayer 53:23
Tara Brach
Prayer can be a creative, vibrant and infinitely tender part of our spiritual awakening. This talk explores the dimensions of embodied presence, sincere expression and silence that bring transformational power to our prayers.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2021-05-05 Anyone Who Understands Impermanence Ceases to be Contentious 1:42:44
Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-05-02 Noble Birth 14:11
Ajahn Sucitto
With the recognition of the ending of this session, consider birth: what we’ve been through is receding, nothing new yet has begun, and we’re not going back to the same old thing. Birth is arising into that which we’re not yet entirely clear about. Nourish the potency of arising with mental qualities of goodwill, compassion, celebration and equanimity.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods

2021-05-02 Embodying Mettā: A Daylong Retreat 3:34:42
Dawn Mauricio
Those who are familiar with the practice of mettā, or lovingkindness, know that it is one of four divine abidings of the heart according to the Buddha’s teachings. One way that this quality can be cultivated—as traditionally and so frequently taught—is through the recitation of phrases. However, without a deeper understanding or familiarity with the subtle expressions of mettā, or the alternate doorways into cultivating this profound and limitless quality, lovingkindness meditation can mislead us to binary thinking, as in: "I am loving and kind” or “I am not loving and kind." In our daylong together, we will explore the various doorways into cultivating mettā, as well as the spectrum in which it can come alive in our daily lives. All levels and experiences welcome.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2021-05-02 Q&A2 45:41
Ajahn Sucitto
Where is the experience of bodily energies found in the suttas; what is the source of Ajahn’s ‘forensic precision’; how to us somatic presence with the 3rd and 4th foundations of mindfulness; please help with insomnia; experiencing resistance to standing meditation; grief and pain experienced with ‘Future and Past’ exercise; how to deepen into the ‘neither/nor’ space; is samādhi developed by sustaining sati; how to deal with overactive citta; how did you deal with the fear of death when being robbed in India?
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods

2021-05-02 Direct Practice: Exploration of Other People and Self 28:33
Ajahn Sucitto
Open up the currents to other people – mistakes, grudges, hurt feelings – and listen. You can’t forgive if you’re still wounded. Use the brahmavihāra to open the heart towards others. Then you have not just cleared the floods, but have been enriched by the relational experience.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods

2021-05-02 Paramis, Week 2: Calling on the Beautiful Qualities of the Heart - Meditation 35:11
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2021-05-02 Paramis, Week 2: Calling on the Beautiful Qualities of the Heart - Talk 38:33
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

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