Seattle Insight Meditation Society

Recent Dharma talks given at Seattle Insight Meditation Society by senior teachers. Find more at https://seattleinsight.org.

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Equanimity (Dec 2019) (Tuere Sala)


This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1120


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Concentration II (Tuere Sala)


The Seven Factors of Enlightenment - Concentration. Offered by Tuere Sala at SIMS at University Friends on Nov 18, 2019. This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1117


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The Heart/Mind in Buddhism (Week 4, Part 2) (Sooz Appel)


In western cultures, our heart and mind are typically seen as separate.  Our mind is what thinks, reasons, and figures, while our heart is the feeling and emotional aspects of ourselves.  In Buddhism these two are seen as one – the heart/mind, or citta in Pali. In this course we will be exploring how wisdom and heart practices support each other and enable us to see clearly and respond to life’s challenges with kindness and compassion...


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The Heart/Mind in Buddhism (Week 4, Part 1) (Steve Wilhelm)


In western cultures, our heart and mind are typically seen as separate.  Our mind is what thinks, reasons, and figures, while our heart is the feeling and emotional aspects of ourselves.  In Buddhism these two are seen as one – the heart/mind, or citta in Pali. In this course we will be exploring how wisdom and heart practices support each other and enable us to see clearly and respond to life’s challenges with kindness and compassion...


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The Heart/Mind in Buddhism (Week 3, Part 1) (Lauren Wilson)


In western cultures, our heart and mind are typically seen as separate.  Our mind is what thinks, reasons, and figures, while our heart is the feeling and emotional aspects of ourselves.  In Buddhism these two are seen as one – the heart/mind, or citta in Pali. In this course we will be exploring how wisdom and heart practices support each other and enable us to see clearly and respond to life’s challenges with kindness and compassion...


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 2019-11-06  n/a
 
 

The Heart/Mind in Buddhism (Week 3, Part 2) (Lyndal Johnson)


In western cultures, our heart and mind are typically seen as separate.  Our mind is what thinks, reasons, and figures, while our heart is the feeling and emotional aspects of ourselves.  In Buddhism these two are seen as one – the heart/mind, or citta in Pali. In this course we will be exploring how wisdom and heart practices support each other and enable us to see clearly and respond to life’s challenges with kindness and compassion...


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 2019-11-06  n/a
 
 

Concentration (Tuere Sala)


The Seven Factors of Enlightenment - Concentration. Offered by Tuere Sala at SIMS at University Friends on Nov 04, 2019. Reflections and Practices: This month we will practice with the difference between concentration, the ability to focus the mind, and samadhi, steadiness of mind and mental harmony...


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 2019-11-04  n/a
 
 

The Heart/Mind in Buddhism (2019 Oct 30, Part 1) (Lauren Wilson)


In western cultures, our heart and mind are typically seen as separate.  Our mind is what thinks, reasons, and figures, while our heart is the feeling and emotional aspects of ourselves.  In Buddhism these two are seen as one – the heart/mind, or citta in Pali. In this course we will be exploring how wisdom and heart practices support each other and enable us to see clearly and respond to life’s challenges with kindness and compassion...


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 2019-10-30  n/a
 
 

The Heart/Mind in Buddhism (2019 Oct 30, Part 2) (Lyndal Johnson)


In western cultures, our heart and mind are typically seen as separate.  Our mind is what thinks, reasons, and figures, while our heart is the feeling and emotional aspects of ourselves.  In Buddhism these two are seen as one – the heart/mind, or citta in Pali. In this course we will be exploring how wisdom and heart practices support each other and enable us to see clearly and respond to life’s challenges with kindness and compassion...


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 2019-10-30  n/a
 
 

The Heart/Mind in Buddhism (1 of 4) (Anna Ossenfort)


In western cultures, our heart and mind are typically seen as separate.  Our mind is what thinks, reasons, and figures, while our heart is the feeling and emotional aspects of ourselves.  In Buddhism these two are seen as one – the heart/mind, or citta in Pali. In this course we will be exploring how wisdom and heart practices support each other and enable us to see clearly and respond to life’s challenges with kindness and compassion...


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