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Dharma Talks given at New York Insight Meditation Center
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2017-06-23 Managing Expectations: A Mindful Approach 61:58
  George Pitagorsky
This is a discussion and book signing event with George Pitagorsky. George’s new book, Managing Expectations: A Mindful Approach to Achieving Success, provides a compassionate, practical process for setting and satisfying expectations. If you are going to have expectations or be in relationships with others who have them, it is best to work with them skillfully. The evening will include a brief meditation, a talk by George on expectations and the best way to manage them.
NYI Regular Talks

2017-05-30 Going Against the Stream: Cultivating Wisdom, Compassion and Peace from the Inside Out 1:15:51
  Martin Aylward
2500 years ago, Buddha taught meditation and inner inquiry as a revolutionary practice; Training the mind and freeing the heart to turn against the streams of greed, negativity and confusion that we see habitually affecting both our own inner lives, and driving the dominant forces of society. How can we genuinely explore and deeply understand how these currents and habits operate, so as to find an inner freedom and ease, and to make a wise and effective response to the world we live in?
NYI Regular Talks

2017-05-30 Going Against the Stream: Guided Meditation 35:03
  Martin Aylward
2500 years ago, Buddha taught meditation and inner inquiry as a revolutionary practice; Training the mind and freeing the heart to turn against the streams of greed, negativity and confusion that we see habitually affecting both our own inner lives, and driving the dominant forces of society. How can we genuinely explore and deeply understand how these currents and habits operate, so as to find an inner freedom and ease, and to make a wise and effective response to the world we live in?
NYI Regular Talks

2017-05-27 Access to Awakening: Divine Sourcing vs. Self-Sourcing Afternoon guided standing meditation 25:27
  Amma Thanasanti Bhikkhuni

2017-05-27 Access to Awakening: Divine Sourcing vs. Self-Sourcing Afternoon guided standing meditation 25:27
  Amma Thanasanti Bhikkhuni

2017-05-27 Access to Awakening: Divine Sourcing vs. Self-Sourcing Afternoon short guided seated meditation 16:46
  Amma Thanasanti Bhikkhuni

2017-05-27 Access to Awakening: Divine Sourcing vs. Self-Sourcing Morning Talk 57:25
  Amma Thanasanti Bhikkhuni
The Buddha taught that that key to peace, joy and happiness is release: a state of mind and heart not driven by a relentless insistence that life, in this moment, be other than as it is. This capacity for freedom is available every moment yet is often obscured by our agitated minds and wounded hearts. When we shift away from self-sourcing and turn towards any one of the many facets of awakening, and start divine sourcing we let go, and experience what is timeless, luminous and boundless. This day-long retreat will combine the steady focus and insight of Vipassana meditation, with the relational practice of inquiry to find our own access to awakening.

2017-05-27 Access to Awakening: Divine Sourcing vs. Self-Sourcing Morning standing exercise 11:27
  Amma Thanasanti Bhikkhuni
The Buddha taught that that key to peace, joy and happiness is release: a state of mind and heart not driven by a relentless insistence that life, in this moment, be other than as it is. This capacity for freedom is available every moment yet is often obscured by our agitated minds and wounded hearts. When we shift away from self-sourcing and turn towards any one of the many facets of awakening, and start divine sourcing we let go, and experience what is timeless, luminous and boundless. This day-long retreat will combine the steady focus and insight of Vipassana meditation, with the relational practice of inquiry to find our own access to awakening.

2017-05-27 Access to Awakening: Divine Sourcing vs. Self-Sourcing Morning sitting and standing meditation 43:33
  Amma Thanasanti Bhikkhuni
The Buddha taught that that key to peace, joy and happiness is release: a state of mind and heart not driven by a relentless insistence that life, in this moment, be other than as it is. This capacity for freedom is available every moment yet is often obscured by our agitated minds and wounded hearts. When we shift away from self-sourcing and turn towards any one of the many facets of awakening, and start divine sourcing we let go, and experience what is timeless, luminous and boundless. This day-long retreat will combine the steady focus and insight of Vipassana meditation, with the relational practice of inquiry to find our own access to awakening.

2017-04-09 Life’s Highest Blessings: A Study of the Maha-Mangala Sutta Sunday Afternoon part 2 1:40:32
  Bhikkhu Bodhi
Life’s Highest Blessings: A Study of the Maha-Mangala Sutta with Bhikkhu Bodhi

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