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Dharma Talks given at Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley
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2017-03-16 Meditating on emotions 2 5:02
  Janetti Marotta
Guided meditation on emotions #2.
Saturday Talks
In collection Developing a Mindfulness Meditation Practice

2017-03-14 Happiness at Workplace 35:30
  Laura Lin
Laura Lin gave the fourth talk in a speaker series titled "Everyday Dhamma." Laura observed that most Americans spend most of our waking hours at work. So, work provides us with a great opportunity to continue our practice and training off the cushion, and bring them into our workplace. When we bring wholesome states of mind, such as mindfulness, loving-kindness, and sympathetic joy, to work with us, these states of mind can transform our work into a happier and more rewarding experience. Without using some of these tools from our meditation tool box, the ups and downs of office politics and interpersonal dynamics can easily influence an untrained mind in averse ways.
In collection Everyday Dhamma

2017-03-09 Introduction to Meditating on Thoughts 12:36
  Janetti Marotta
Introduction to Meditating on Thoughts
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2017-03-09 Meditating on Thoughts 1 15:40
  Janetti Marotta
Guided Meditation on Thoughts 1
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2017-03-09 Talk on Meditating on Thoughts 25:01
  Janetti Marotta
Talk on Meditating on Thoughts
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2017-03-09 Meditating on Thoughts 2 9:31
  Janetti Marotta
Guided meditation on thoughts #2.
Saturday Talks
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2017-03-07 Money 41:24
  Kim Allen
Kim Allen gave the third talk in a speaker series titled "Everyday Dhamma." She discussed how money is an important part of our life, as well as a potent realm for practice. Much of what the Buddha said about wealth and money was about our relationship to money, because this is where our suffering and freedom lies. More specifically, we can easily have an unwholesome relationship to our wealth. For example, we can become miserly and crave even more wealth. Or we can establish a wholesome relationship with our wealth, such as supporting our family, our friends, and the Dhamma. In this way, we can relate to money with wisdom and generosity, instead of grasping and fear.
In collection Everyday Dhamma

2017-03-07 Guided Metta Meditation Toward Groups 30:25
  Shaila Catherine
This 30-minute guided metta meditation works with metta toward ourselves, an easy person, and then groups of beings: males/females, enlightened/unenlightened, lower realms (hell realms and animal realms)/ human communities/higher celestial realms of the gods. The aim is to gradually expand the field of metta until it is unbounded, immeasurable, without boarders, barriers, or exceptions. Meditators may use these traditional groupings, or adapt the idea of groups/areas with alternative ways they develop to group beings.

2017-03-02 Meditating on Body 1 27:54
  Laura Lin
Guided meditation on Body #1.
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2017-03-02 Meditating on Body 2 7:42
  Laura Lin
Guided meditation on Body #2.
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