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Dharma Talks Access for Retreatants at Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2014 IMCW Fall Retreat: Intimacy with Life

Vipassana, or Buddhist Meditation, is a way of opening to life and seeing clearly the totality of one’s being and experience. The practice is based on cultivating a present-centered mindfulness, leading to an unfolding of our natural wisdom and compassion. The focus of this retreat is to enhance intimacy with ourselves and the world. In order to help participants discover a sense of stillness and deep listening, silence will be maintained throughout the retreat except during question/answer periods and interviews with the teachers. In addition to sitting and walking meditation practice, there will be sessions of mindful movement each day.
2014-10-24 (8 days) Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

  
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2014-10-25 Sacred Fertilizer 50:01
Anam Thubten
2014-10-25 Evening Chanting 15:11
Anam Thubten
2014-10-26 Morning Meditation and Instruction 25:51
Tara Brach
2014-10-26 Guided Heart Metta Meditation 25:59
Pat Coffey
2014-10-26 The Portal of Fear (Retreat Talk) 64:08
Tara Brach
Bringing presence to the contraction of fear is a universal part of spiritual awakening. This talk explores two interrelated pathways of opening to and transforming fear.
2014-10-27 Morning Meditation and Instruction with Q and A 42:46
Anam Thubten
2014-10-27 Guided Heart Meditation: Forgiveness 29:37
Tara Brach
2014-10-27 The Three Characteristics of Reality 63:50
Jonathan Foust
This talk explores how you can sensitize yourself to more quickly to recognize the Three Characteristics of Reality and transform your relationship to stress and suffering. You'll learn how these elemental qualities of existence pervade every moment and how, by seeing clearly into impermanence, your relationship to impermanence and how impermanence infuses your sense of self, you can hold your relationship to each moment with wisdom and compassion. This talk is from the Fall 2014 Retreat with fellow teachers Anam Thubten, Tara Brach and Pat Coffey
2014-10-28 Guided Heart Meditation: Metta 35:39
Anam Thubten
2014-10-28 Equanimity 64:08
Pat Coffey
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