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Dharma Talks given at Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley
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2012-06-23 Resting The Mind On Right Intention 37:08
  Sharon Allen
Mindfulness of Right Intention is a noble gift which strengthens ethical and mental development. According to the Samma Sankappa sutta, Right Intention carries three main expressions: the intentions of renunciation, good will, and harmlessness. These intentions counter desire, ill will, and harmfulness. By directing our meditation practice toward Right Intention we increase our ability to see with greater wisdom and act more skillfully in daily life. The mind and body are more at ease in the world.
Tuesday Talks—2012

2012-06-19 Self-Compassion Guided Meditation 41:49
  Leah Weiss
Tuesday Talks—2012
In collection Meditation and the Emotional Landscape

2012-06-19 Wisdom Of Compassion 39:21
  Leah Weiss
Tuesday Talks—2012
In collection Meditation and the Emotional Landscape

2012-06-12 Dharmic Lessons On Emotion From Science & Literature 46:20
  Jennifer Dungan
Tuesday Talks—2012
In collection Meditation and the Emotional Landscape

2012-06-05 The Interplay of Emotions and Thought 33:30
  Robert Cusick
Tuesday Talks—2012
In collection Meditation and the Emotional Landscape

2012-05-29 Mindfulness of the Body 48:03
  Renee Burgard
Tuesday Talks—2012

2012-05-22 Working with Shame, Dread and Other Positive Emotions 41:38
  Doug Slakey
Tuesday Talks—2012
In collection Meditation and the Emotional Landscape

2012-05-15 Liberating Aspects of Emotions 35:05
  Sharon Allen
As human beings, our developed higher functioning mind can think, reflect, and observe how we add mental preferences of liking, not liking or feeling indifferent to what is occurring. This talk explores how our emotional responses to experience can—and surely must—be part of a path to liberation. Emotions do not have to derail us from an intention to free the mind from struggle. By skillfully engaging a mindfulness practice we can break down our experience into smaller, more manageable pieces to free ourselves from the tangle of desire and craving for things to be as we want them, rather than how they are. We find liberation within the emotional landscape.
Tuesday Talks—2012
In collection Meditation and the Emotional Landscape

2012-05-10 Awakened Living:Integrating Mindfulness into Daily Life, guided meditation 35:25
  Margaret Gainer
Introduction to Mindfulness: Level I A five-week series

2012-05-10 Awakened Living: Integrating Mindfulness into Daily Life 49:43
  Margaret Gainer
Introduction to Mindfulness: Level I A five-week series

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