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Kate Munding's Dharma Talks at Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley
Kate Munding
Kate Munding is co-guiding teacher of IMCB. She has been practicing since 2002 and has done numerous 1-2 month intensive practice periods. Kate is currently in Spirit Rock's Teacher Training program. Kate has also trained approximately 2,000 educators, therapists, and parents in mindful awareness techniques and philosophy in the U.S. and abroad.
2018-11-15 IMCB Meditation Sit before the Dharma Talk 49:15
IMCB Regular Talks
2018-11-08 Tenderness Practice 52:39
IMCB Regular Talks
2018-11-08 Meditation sit with some spaces in between before the Dharma talk. 50:00
IMCB Regular Talks
2018-11-01 "Meditation Sit Before the Talk" 52:04
IMCB Regular Talks
2018-11-01 "Compassion as a Practice" and "Safe and Doubt" 50:26
IMCB Regular Talks
2018-09-27 "Metta and It's Radiating, Stabilizing and Healing Qualities" 59:51
"A response to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's testimony to Congress which happened earlier in the day."
IMCB Regular Talks
2018-08-09 "How to Practice When Life is Difficult." 53:17
This is a practice that brings in ease to the mind and body, offering relief from our dukkha while also supporting more mental clarity to see through some of our confusion and aversion. It can be used for stress, grief, and being overwhelmed. It can also be used to prepare for more concentration and steady mindfulness when the mind or body is a bit stirred up.
IMCB Regular Talks
2018-07-26 "Staying Present When Life Gets Hard" 54:33
IMCB Regular Talks
2018-07-12 "The Concept of the Spiritual Home and the Question of What That Really Means to Each of Us Individually." 40:54
Is it something deep within, is it a feeling of familiarity and spiritual belonging, or is it a physical place or group of people?
IMCB Regular Talks
2018-01-11 "The Dharma of Belonging" 48:08
IMCB Regular Talks

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