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Dharma Talks given at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2021-09-29 It Matters That You Notice 1:19:12
Heidi Bourne
Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-09-28 Metta 36:05
Tuere Sala
Fall Insight Meditation Retreat

2021-09-28 "The Earth Element: Resting in Our Bones" 58:10
Pamela Weiss
A guided meditation on the earth element in the body, as the body
"No Part Left Out"

2021-09-28 Earth Element guided instruction 62:46
Phillip Moffitt
Fall Insight Meditation Retreat

2021-09-26 Being Mindful of the “Covid Undertow” 15:02
Phillip Moffitt

2021-09-23 Turning Towards the Dark 22:15
Grace Fisher
Thursday Morning Women’s Group

2021-09-22 Compassion, Through Wisdom, Is Liberation From Suffering (Part 2) 1:32:29
Sylvia Boorstein
Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-09-20 Forgiving Heart Meditation | Monday Night 25:26
Jack Kornfield
If it’s helpful, you can whisper in the back of your mind “ease” or “calm,” as suggested by Thich Nhat Hanh. Try to meet every breath with lovingkindness and loving awareness. Wish calm and peace for beings everywhere, far and near. Rest in stillness and love.
Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-09-20 Forgiving Heart | Monday Night Talk 53:08
Jack Kornfield
There’s a truth and reality deeper than conflict. We are not the stories we tell ourselves. How do we touch our measure of suffering? With a forgiving heart. Step out of the tyranny of self-judgment. Forgive yourself for being a learner in this life. Three principles of wise forgiveness of others: 1. Forgiveness is not weak, naïve. It’s not "forgive or forget." It takes real courage. Forgiveness does not condone what happened nor allow it to continue. 2. Forgiveness is not quick. It is often a long, difficult, tender process of the heart digesting the pain of what happened. 3. Forgiveness is not for them—it’s for you. It’s about our own heart not being chained to the past. Sometimes it's your loving heart that opens your broken heart. We can let go. We can put down the burden of resentment. We can live with a gracious heart.
Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-09-17 Satipatthana: Refrain and Letting Go 49:17
Eugene Cash
Exploration of the four principles of the Satipaṭṭhāna refrain: Ardent, Fully Aware, Mindful and Free. Learning what it means when: 'one abides independent, not clinging to anything in the world' The freedom of letting go of everything.
Days of Awe: Discovering our Humanity

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