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2015-05-14 Freedom From Worry 63:39
  James Baraz
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2015-04-30 The Path 56:21
  Kate Munding
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2015-04-23 "Death and Dharma" 59:04
  Kate Munding
IMCB Regular Talks

2015-04-16 "The Heart Sutta" 51:08
  Kate Munding
Talk on the Heart Sutta, which contains the Buddha’s teaching on not-self and relate it to our day to day existence.
IMCB Regular Talks

2015-04-09 "Wise Speech" 41:54
  Shahara Godfrey
IMCB Regular Talks

2015-04-02 "Mindful Self Compassion" 47:34
  Jane Baraz
IMCB Regular Talks

2015-03-26 "The Choice Is Ours" 59:17
  James Baraz
The Buddha said that hatred never ceases by hatred, but only by love. How can we heal from interactions with others that have hurt us or closed our heart? Once we learn to hold what has happened in a wise way, the heart can open and transform the hurt into compassionate understanding.
IMCB Regular Talks

2015-03-19 Berkeley Community's Own New Green Committee 57:02
  James Baraz
James along with Kerry Nelson, who is with Spirit Rock's Green Group and Sean Munding, from our community, are the speakers. Sean will be enthusiastically heading our Berkeley Community's own new Green Committee. We will be exploring using our practice to meaningfully address the issue of climate change.
IMCB Regular Talks

2015-03-12 “What Lineage Will You Choose?” or "Choose Your Lineage" 57:17
  James Baraz
Many influences shape the thoughts and perceptions of how we view ourselves and the world. Some result in a fear-based perspective that leads to suffering. Others create more clarity and love in our mind and heart. Can we consciously choose which ones will determine how we lead our lives and is it possible to not be run by deeply ingrained habits that no longer serve us?
IMCB Regular Talks

2015-03-05 "What Do They Really Think About Me" 55:57
  James Baraz
Much of the time our actions are motivated more by concern about what others think about us than what our own truth is. What would it be like to not be ruled by those thoughts?
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