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Dharma Talks given at New York Insight Meditation Center
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2019-05-25 PM-04-wrapping-up-dedication-of-meritt 13:11
  Stephen Fulder
Equanimity: Dancing with the Unpredictability of Life with Dr. Stephen Fulder

2019-05-25 AM-01-general Introduction 26:27
  Stephen Fulder
Dr. Fulder introduces the day's topic - equanimity, Israel's Tovana movement & his book.
Equanimity: Dancing with the Unpredictability of Life with Dr. Stephen Fulder

2019-05-25 AM-02-chanting Taking Refuge+guided meditation 45:40
  Stephen Fulder
Equanimity: Dancing with the Unpredictability of Life with Dr. Stephen Fulder

2019-05-25 AM-03-dharma talk-equanimity 1:10:55
  Stephen Fulder
Equanimity: Dancing with the Unpredictability of Life with Dr. Stephen Fulder

2019-05-25 AM-04-Guided-Lying-Meditation 28:21
  Stephen Fulder
Equanimity: Dancing with the Unpredictability of Life with Dr. Stephen Fulder

2019-05-24 Finding Ourselves and Losing Ourselves dharma talk 61:27
  Stephen Fulder
There is no question more engaging, universal and mysterious than the question: ‘Who Am I?’ As soon as we move out of automatic living and start to question and explore who or what we are, we open a Pandora’s Box and our life can get dramatically more deep and interesting, and sometimes more disturbing. We find ourselves in a world of paradox, mystery, and yet unimagined freedom. ‘Who is in charge of my life?’ ‘What in me is changing and what is constant?’ ‘Which of the many voices within me can I rely on?’ ‘How can I let go of the sense of separation between me and the world?’ ‘Is my life leading me somewhere?’ Questions such as these become a journey of discovery. They help us peel off the layers of conditioning and beliefs and live more wisely, more lightly and more freely. In the dharma, we meet ourselves as a constantly changing field of experience, not as an intellectual puzzle. We are actually more transparent than we first thought. This is an insight into anatta, non-self, and sunyata, emptiness. This removes the veil or filter through which we usually view the world, which then appears meaningful, joyful, and unlimited. In this event, we will explore these questions concerning self and world, by means of a talk, meditation, and inquiry.

2019-05-24 Finding Ourselves and Losing Ourselves guided meditation 28:44
  Stephen Fulder
There is no question more engaging, universal and mysterious than the question: ‘Who Am I?’

2019-05-24 Finding Ourselves and Losing Ourselves Q&A + brief guided meditation 41:08
  Stephen Fulder
There is no question more engaging, universal and mysterious than the question: ‘Who Am I?’

2019-05-21 People of Color & Insight Out LGBTQI Sangha May 2019 1:55:56
  Lama Rod Owens
Lama Rod Owens is the guest teacher for this evening. Members of POC Sangha and Insight Out LGBTQI Sangha are invited to attend. The usual 5/22 Insight Out meeting is cancelled. This sitting group provides instruction in insight meditation and fosters mutual support and understanding among the growing community of people of color who find nourishment and inspiration in the practice of meditation.
NYI Regular Talks

2019-04-16 P.O.C April 15th 2019 42:02
  nakawe cuebas
NYI Regular Talks

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