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Dharma Talks given at New York Insight Meditation Center
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2019-03-09 pm03-dharma-talk 47:34
  Martin Aylward
Vast View, Fine Attention with Martin Aylward

2019-03-09 pm04-q&a 43:23
  Martin Aylward
Vast View, Fine Attention with Martin Aylward

2019-03-09 am01-intro-contrast of vast view and fine awareness 10:28
  Martin Aylward
Vast View, Fine Attention with Martin Aylward

2019-03-09 am02-guided practice on theme 35:27
  Martin Aylward
Vast View, Fine Attention with Martin Aylward

2019-03-09 am03-further reflections-the Manhattan experience. 19:18
  Martin Aylward
Vast View, Fine Attention with Martin Aylward

2019-03-09 am04-QA 50:07
  Martin Aylward
Vast View, Fine Attention with Martin Aylward

2019-03-08 Compulsive Thinking, Concentration & Equanimity 60:15
  Matthew Brensilver
Meditation practice cultivates a diverse set of attentional, emotional and introspective skills. Central to the practice of mindfulness is the stabilization of attention. But before our attention stabilizes, practice can be overstimulating. This talk will explore the process through which the mind comes to rest. In developing this steadiness, equanimity (the capacity to fully permit the flow of both pleasure and pain) is a vital skill. We will see how concentration and equanimity reinforce each other and support a deeper understanding of ourselves. And how this stability, in turn, makes space for the heart to respond with joy and compassion.
NYI Regular Talks

2019-03-08 guided meditation 36:52
  Matthew Brensilver
Meditation practice cultivates a diverse set of attentional, emotional and introspective skills. Central to the practice of mindfulness is the stabilization of attention. But before our attention stabilizes, practice can be overstimulating. This talk will explore the process through which the mind comes to rest. In developing this steadiness, equanimity (the capacity to fully permit the flow of both pleasure and pain) is a vital skill. We will see how concentration and equanimity reinforce each other and support a deeper understanding of ourselves. And how this stability, in turn, makes space for the heart to respond with joy and compassion.
NYI Regular Talks

2019-02-23 pm02-body-kindness & appreciation-towards-Description Pīti-01-guided meditation 22:07
  Bodhipaksa
Who’s Afraid of Jhana? The Perplexed Buddhist’s Guide to Meditative Absorption

2019-02-23 pm01 14:08
  Bodhipaksa
Who’s Afraid of Jhana? The Perplexed Buddhist’s Guide to Meditative Absorption

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