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Dharma Talks given at Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley
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2019-05-16 Patience 49:56
  Kate Munding
Patience in the Buddhist tradition is seen as a quality that becomes polished as we awaken our minds and hearts. The cultivation of patience becomes an art form; fluidly brought into the moment, imbued with flexibility, mindfulness, and Metta (loving-kindness). We need this quality to help us meet our selves, our neighbors, and the world with openness. Patience can help us be more grounded and present when we face that which makes us angry, fearful, or confused.
IMCB Regular Talks

2019-05-16 Guided Meditation on Patience 41:12
  Kate Munding
IMCB Regular Talks

2019-05-09 An Evening with Stephen Fulder (Founder of the Israeli Dharma Community) 61:54
  James Baraz
James welcome Stephen Fulder who explores themes from his new book What’s Beyond Mindfulness? and shares about the Israeli sangha.
IMCB Regular Talks

2019-05-02 Internally & Externally - Holding It All 61:49
  James Baraz
On the recent retreat James sat with Ven. Analayo, the monastic started out the last day's teaching saying: “This morning I want to talk about climate change. Though some say this is not an appropriate topic for the Dharma Hall, in my view and in light of the crisis we are facing, there is no more appropriate or necessary topic.” We explore how Dharma principles can help each of us individually hold this unsettling situation as well as why they are the key to us waking up as a species.
IMCB Regular Talks

2019-04-25 The Anapanasati Sutta: The Buddha's Teaching on Mindfulness of Breathing 69:02
  James Baraz
After spending a recent retreat with Ven. Analayo Bhikkhu at Spirit Rock on this subject, James offers his understanding of Ven. Analayo's explanation of the discourse and how it can be applied in our meditation practice. You can also go to (paste it in your browser) this link to hear Ven. Analayo's Anapanasati guided meditation. https://www.windhorsepublications.com/mindfulness-of-breathing-audio/

2019-04-18 Questions from the Sangha 31:14
  Kate Munding
This week I'll be offering a q&a style talk so I can find out what you are exploring within your practice and what topics interest you. It will be interactive and connecting.
IMCB Regular Talks

2019-04-18 Guided Meditation 31:27
  Kate Munding
IMCB Regular Talks

2019-04-11 Opening to the abundance of the moment 50:38
  Kate Munding
These sunny days, green hills, and the smell of spring are inspiring this week's talk on opening to the abundance of the moment. I'd like to explore with you how easy it is to get stuck in a rut of "not-enoughness". This could be a feeling of lack within your self or in your relationships with others. It might be how you view your life or society as a whole. How can we open our hearts and minds to see the fullness of life that is available and right in front of us? How can we use the practices of awareness and gratitude to come into a fuller acceptance of how things really are and find peace.
IMCB Regular Talks

2019-04-11 Guided Meditation 42:41
  Kate Munding
IMCB Regular Talks

2019-03-28 A Unified Theory of Well-Being 64:14
  James Baraz
Though there are many different approaches and styles of practice they all have one common principle that neuroscience corroborates and other spiritual traditions agree on. This talk explores this unifying practice principle and how we can simply and effectively apply it both in formal practice and daily life when we're lost in the prison of our mind.
IMCB Regular Talks

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