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Dharma Talks given at New York Insight Meditation Center
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2018-01-13 The Four Elements - First Guided Meditation 23:20
  Bhikkhu Bodhi
Climate Change and Environmental Justice: Protecting the Future of Our Planet

2018-01-13 The Four Elements - Second Guided Meditation 22:14
  Bhikkhu Bodhi
Climate Change and Environmental Justice: Protecting the Future of Our Planet

2018-01-13 The Four Elements - Third Guided Meditation 16:12
  Bhikkhu Bodhi
Climate Change and Environmental Justice: Protecting the Future of Our Planet

2017-12-19 12-19-17 Tuesday Night Teacher-Led Sit 28:02
  Peter Doobinin
These teacher-led sittings provide an opportunity for the Sangha to meet with NYI teachers for meditation, a Dharma talk and dialogue to address practice issues.
NYI Regular Talks

2017-12-11 P.O.C. People of Color Sangha December, 2017 46:10
  Karen G. Williams
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.
NYI Regular Talks

2017-12-05 Why Relationship Matters: Freeing our Minds, Freeing our World 55:04
  Oren Jay Sofer
The teachings of Buddhism are often understood as an individual practice of psychological and spiritual liberation. How do these teachings and practices apply to transforming our relationships and our society? What is the freedom promised by the Buddhist path and how does it relate to issues of systemic oppression and collective suffering?
NYI Regular Talks

2017-11-14 The Power of Mind 69:25
  Ven. Sayalay Susila
Mind is a powerful element that affects our whole being. However, the power of it is almost unknown. This talk will reveal to you how a wholesome mind can overcome obstacles that arise, while an unwholesome mind hastens the ripening of unwholesome results.
NYI Regular Talks

2017-11-06 The Buddha & Bill W. - November 6th 2017 1:22:57
  George Haas
New York Insight Mediation Center welcomes Mettagroup founder George Haas as a guest teacher for the November 6 meeting of the Buddha and Bill W. group. Viewing addiction as being in essence an attachment disorder, George has created the Meditation Interventions for the Addiction Process program. Combining traditional meditation approaches, the relapse pattern theories from the work of G. Alan Marlatt, PhD., and John Bowlby’s Attachment Theory, the techniques and strategies covered in Meditation Interventions for the Addiction Process (MIAP) are specifically designed to support healing for people dealing with addiction and addiction-related issues. As evidenced by George’s own personal path, mindfulness meditation-based skills training can offer a truly effective behavioral change in the realm of addiction.
NYI Regular Talks

2017-11-04 Morning, part 1 - Introduction - chanting - dharma talk 59:08
  Thanissara
Thanissara and Sebene Selassie: Reclamation of Heart in Our Times of Dismemberment

2017-11-04 Morning, part 2 - intro to dyad then sharing discussion 28:14
  Thanissara
Thanissara and Sebene Selassie: Reclamation of Heart in Our Times of Dismemberment

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