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2014-07-10 The Art and Power of Listening: to Ourselves, to Each Other, to the Dhamma and to the Earth 58:09
  Ayya Santussika
IMCB Regular Talks

2014-07-03 Just the Hindrances 65:34
  Kate Janke
IMCB Regular Talks

2014-06-19 "Finding What Your Looking For" 51:58
  James Baraz
Our preconceptions and assumptions have a significant effect on how we perceive reality--what gets taken in and what gets filtered out. A rich area of practice is being aware of this so that we truly see clearly to the best of our ability. As we bring more awareness to our filters, we can also see others' Buddha nature inside them, and help it come out, even if they can't see it themselves.
IMCB Regular Talks

2014-06-12 The practice of generosity and the difference between Dana and Caga 48:06
  Kate Janke
Dana is the very practical act of giving. Caga literally means giving up, abandonment, and it is an indication that the grip one has on one's possessions is loosened by Caga.
IMCB Regular Talks

2014-06-05 Devotion in Dharma Practice, Part 2 48:14
  James Baraz
Although devotion plays a significant role in Monastic Communities and Tibetan practices it's not something that's often discussed in lay communities. Yet devotion can be a major source of inspiration which can fuel our practice.
IMCB Regular Talks

2014-05-29 Devotion in Dharma Practice 52:41
  James Baraz
Although devotion plays a significant role in Monastic Communities and Tibetan practices it's not something that's often discussed in lay communities. Yet devotion can be a major source of inspiration which can fuel our practice.
IMCB Regular Talks

2014-05-22 Discussing some of the provocative articles from the current Inquiring Mind issue on "War and Peace" with co-editors Barbara Gates and Alan Senauke who will join us to deepen the conversation. 60:49
  James Baraz
IMCB Regular Talks

2014-05-15 Discussing some of the provocative articles from the current issue of the Inquiring Mind on "War and Peace" and the Dharma 46:39
  James Baraz
I encourage you to read this edition of the Inquiring Mind, especially articles by Bhikkhu Bodhi, Ann Wright, (a peace activist who spent many years in military and State Dept.) and many other thought-provoking pieces including the merits of bringing mindfulness to the military.
IMCB Regular Talks

2014-05-01 Sutta Series: Instructions to Anathapindika (MN #143) 42:23
  James Baraz
In this discourse Sariputta gives a teaching to Anathapindika, the greatest patron of the sangha, on his deathbed regarding not clinging to the body or mind as a doorway to liberation.
IMCB Regular Talks

2014-04-24 Anatta: Self, Not Self, No Self 59:23
  Kate Janke
IMCB Regular Talks

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