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Dharma Talks given at Auckland Insight Meditation
2020-08-25 28 meditation: mindfulness of emotions 25:43
Julie Downard
Finding the heart of freedom

2020-08-25 27 instructions: mindfulness of emotions 44:30
Julie Downard
Some ways of relating skilfully to emotions, including the RAIN acronym
Finding the heart of freedom

2020-08-24 26 meditation: metta as an inquiry practice 13:47
Jill Shepherd
Exploring metta as an inquiry practice, noticing the effects on the body, the heart and the mind as kindness is fully received
Finding the heart of freedom

2020-08-24 25 talk: the two wings of Wisdom and Compassion 40:00
Jill Shepherd
How insight and the brahmavihara practices of kindness, compassion, appreciative joy and equanimity mutually support and reinforce each other; includes an exploration of metta as an inquiry practice
Finding the heart of freedom

2020-08-24 22 instructions: mindfulness of hearing 8:21
Julie Downard
Finding the heart of freedom

2020-08-24 21 meditation: feeling-tone 23:28
Julie Downard
Finding the heart of freedom

2020-08-24 20 instructions: Second Foundation of Mindfulness - feeling-tone 46:02
Julie Downard
Exploring feeling-tone or vedana and its role in enhancing dukkha when there's no mindfulness
Finding the heart of freedom

2020-08-23 19 talk: Four Noble Truths 52:48
Julie Downard
An overview of the Four Noble Truths and the four tasks
Finding the heart of freedom

2020-08-23 17 talk: mindfulness of the body and impermanence 28:24
Jill Shepherd
Returning to the First Noble Truth and the five clinging-aggregates, exploring clinging to the body as a source of dukkha and opening to impermanence as an antidote
Finding the heart of freedom

2020-08-23 16 instructions: seeing and walking 12:45
Julie Downard
Bringing mindfulness into daily life, opening to the visual field, noticing seeing and looking, and instructions for mindful walking
Finding the heart of freedom

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