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Hugh Byrne's Dharma Talks at Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC
Hugh Byrne
Hugh Byrne, Ph. D. is a senior teacher with the Insight Meditation Community of Washington. He completed a four-year teacher training at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and the Insight Meditation Society led by Jack Kornfield. Hugh is also trained in and teaches Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and has completed training in Somatic Experiencing, a mind-body approach to healing trauma. He is a co-founder of the Washington Buddhist Peace Fellowship.
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2019-06-01 Dharma Talk 57:35
Opening Our Hearts to Ourselves and the World
2019-06-01 Self-compassion Talk and Guided Meditation 36:41
Opening Our Hearts to Ourselves and the World
2019-06-01 Lovingkindness Guided Meditation (Long) 42:19
Opening Our Hearts to Ourselves and the World
2019-05-31 Lovingkindness Talk and Guided Meditation 23:04
Opening Our Hearts to Ourselves and the World
2019-05-31 Introduction: Talk and Arrival Meditation 25:56
Opening Our Hearts to Ourselves and the World
2018-06-30 Dharma Talk 63:20
Cultivating an Open Heart Weekend
2018-06-30 Self Compassion 24:09
Cultivating an Open Heart Weekend
2018-06-30 Lovingkindness 56:32
Cultivating an Open Heart Weekend
2018-06-29 Opening Talk 31:51
Cultivating an Open Heart Weekend
2017-12-31 The Bodhisattva in Difficult Times 66:21
This talk explores the Buddhist archetype of the bodhisattva and its universal quality across spiritual and other traditions of commitment to the transformation and awakening of one’s own heart for the benefit and freedom of all beings. The civil rights movement in the U.S.—and the role and courage of Rosa Parks and other ordinary people—is presented as a ‘bodhisattva movement’ and a model and encouragement for the challenges we face today.
2017 IMCW New Year Retreat: Awakening the Heart of Compassion

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