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Ten Minute Meditation – With Just Bells

  Available for download, audible media of 10-minute meditation with just bells. Good for a worry-free 10-minute meditation.

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Contentment

Listen to Guided Meditation on Contentment audio by Gil Fronsdal. Gil Fronsdal is the primary teacher for the “Insight Meditation Center” in Redwood City.

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Unentangled Knowing

Guy Armstrong says “unentangled” means preventing the tangling from happening. So unentangled knowing is the kind that prevents tangling from happening.

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Equanimity

Donald Rothberg discusses the nature of Equanimity, what are the challenges and difficulties, & why it is important. Equanimity is synonymous with balance.

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Penetrating Equanimity

“Teach us to care and not to care, teach us to sit still.” This poem by T.S. Eliot greatly sums up what is the felt sense of equanimity. Equanimity is the culmination of the awakening factors.

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The Dragon and the 10 Gowns

Jack Kornfield talks about how Buddha teaches the transformation of suffering into joy. He then proceeds to tell the story about the dragon and 10 gowns.

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What Should I Think?

Sylvia Boorstein tells a story about an Olympic situation and brainstorms about “what to think?” in response to the situation, how we are limited by thinking normally.

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Seeing Anew

Jack Kornfield talks about seeing things in a fresh way or seeing anew. Perfect for beginners who are contemplating for contentment.

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Thinking

Matthew Brensilver talks about the importance of the ways of thinking. There are so many Buddhist teachings, valuable insights which work with thoughts.

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What Makes Life Precious

Sylvia Boorstein talks about What Makes Life Precious. She starts with a story about what’s in the news and highlights difficult times as part of the Buddha’s teachings.

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