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Various's Dharma Talks at Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley
2019-07-16 Meditation in Hard Times 3:08:02
An IMSB series dealing with stress, life transitions, traumas, and tragedies.
2019-07-16 Taking the Problem out of Pain 47:45
  Shaila Catherine
Seeing sickness as an opportunity to practice mindfulness of the body, to be present and see that we are all subject to illness and death. The more we push this truth away the more mental suffering we add to our physical situation.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley
In collection Meditation in Hard Times
2019-07-23 Illness as a Doorway to Freedom 43:24
  Nikki Mirghafori
Nikki Mirghafori shows us that illness and hardship are not just to be endured, they can actually be our teachers on the path.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Saturday Talks
In collection Meditation in Hard Times
2019-07-16 Realizing Resilience 48:24
  Diana Clark
Diana talks about how to develop resilience in the face of difficulties. By practicing noticing one’s thoughts and emotions, starting with the easier and gradually moving toward the more difficult can be a compassionate and skillful way to develop strength. She talks about how this resilience creates the conditions that can allow one to help others as well as oneself.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley
In collection Meditation in Hard Times
2019-08-06 Dukkha as a Chronic Illness, with Tony Bernhard 48:26
  Tony Bernhard
Tony covers the four noble truths and the 8-fold path with many modern metaphors. He suggests the dharma is like an inoculation against the suffering we tend to add on top of the inevitable pain that comes with living a human life. He describes how a vedana meter can be a useful means of bringing attention to the range of feeling tones evoked by experiences and thereby sharpening insight into the way things are.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley Saturday Talks
In collection Meditation in Hard Times

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