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Dharma Talks given at New York Insight Meditation Center
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2020-05-22 Words of Awakening 1:32:04
  Ayya Anandabodhi

2020-03-09 S.E.S. March - Wise Speech - Dharma talk 28:51
  Jon Aaron
Sacred Earth Sangha

2020-03-09 S.E.S. March- Wise Speech - guided meditation 15:59
  Jon Aaron
Sacred Earth Sangha

2020-02-10 S.E.S. February - Intimacy & Imagination -Wise View - Dharma Talk 30:14
  Sebene Selassie
Sacred Earth Sangha

2020-02-10 S.E.S. February - Intimacy & Imagination -Wise View - guided meditation 15:18
  Jon Aaron
Sacred Earth Sangha

2020-02-10 S.E.S. February - Intimacy & Imagination - Reflections 28:29
  Sebene Selassie
Sacred Earth Sangha

2020-01-13 S.E.S. January - Intimacy & Imagination -Wise View - guided meditation 13:13
  Sebene Selassie
Sacred Earth Sangha

2020-01-13 S.E.S. January - Intimacy & Imagination - Wise View - Dharma talk 34:36
  Sebene Selassie
Sacred Earth Sangha

2020-01-13 S.E.S. January - Intimacy & Imagination - Reflections 27:13
  Sebene Selassie
Sacred Earth Sangha

2019-12-17 Death and the Poignancy of Life 61:37
  Matthew Brensilver
William James said that death was the ‘worm at the core’ of the human condition that turns us all into ‘melancholy metaphysicians.’ A century later, awareness of mortality is documented to affect our thinking and emotional lives in powerful ways. It figures prominently in Buddhist practice. In what ways does consciousness of death distorts our view and lead us away from wisdom and compassion? Alternatively, how can we open to the truth of finitude such that our heart is softened? Can we intuit the freedom or love that might be released were we more deeply at peace with our mortality? In this evening program, we’ll consider the way death can harden or soften our heart – and how dharma practice might lead us to a life that feels complete. All are welcome.

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