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Dharma Talks given at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2019-09-01 Bringing Your Practice Into The World (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 55:51
  James Baraz
Labor Day Insight Retreat

2019-09-01 Don't Give Up - Until Your Ready to Give Up for Real 31:18
  Ayya Santacitta

2019-09-01 Reclaiming Your Power through the Four Brahma Viharas 62:28
  Ayya Anandabodhi

2019-08-31 What We Need Is Here (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 60:55
  Howard Cohn
Labor Day Insight Retreat

2019-08-31 Day 3 Morning Sit with Instructions (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 57:21
  Sharda Rogell
Labor Day Insight Retreat

2019-08-31 "Liberating the Mind" 40:14
  Ayya Anandabodhi
A reflection on the challenges of our time, and cultivating the Four Boundless Qualities as a way to meet these challenges and transform our life and the lives of others.

2019-08-31 "The Brahmavihara and Anatta" - A practice for our times of transition 33:16
  Ayya Santacitta

2019-08-30 Getting Real with your Hindrances (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 65:03
  Sharda Rogell
The five difficult mind states, classically laid out by the Buddha, that obstruct open heart and free mind, and the potential for deepening insight and wisdom.
Labor Day Insight Retreat

2019-08-29 Five Spiritual Faculties (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 62:45
  James Baraz
This talk describes how the meditative process unfolds starting with trust or faith and culminating in liberating wisdom.
Labor Day Insight Retreat

2019-08-28 Practicing with Conflict 2 65:51
  Donald Rothberg
We explore further how to connect dharma practice with being skillful with conflict. We look at the various forms of conditioning around conflict, including the prevalent negative connotations of the word, “conflict,” the very common conditioning to either avoid conflicts or “act out” in conflicts (with avoidance being much more prevalent in our group), the tendency to see conflicts dualistically (in terms of winner vs. loser, right vs. wrong), and the tendency to project negative qualities onto one’s opponent. We examine more briefly some of the meditative resources for working with conflict and the importance of empathy, before focusing on the “win-win” or “both-and” model of conflict transformation; we work with several examples of conflicts given by the group.
Monday and Wednesday Talks
Attached Files:
  • Handout on Johan Galtung’s Work by Donald Rothberg (PDF)

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