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Seattle Insight Meditation Society

Seattle Insight Meditation Society

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Seattle Insight Meditation Society

Seattle Insight Meditation Society

Seattle Insight Meditation Society

42
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Recent Dharma talks given at Seattle Insight Meditation Society by senior teachers. Find more at https://seattleinsight.org.

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Contact, Talk 1 (Tim Geil)

Practice and Reflection: Contact, Dependent Origination When quiet and attentive, practice with the actual moment of sense contact. Sound, sensation, smell and taste may be easiest. Try to relax and release the tendency to label and to react. Just rest with the direct knowing. Practice with sensitivity, with non-resistance, and with non-self. Notice how your relationship to the moment’s experience may shift. This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1181

-1 s4 d ago
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Contact, Talk 1 (Tim Geil)

Sense Doors, Talk 2 recap & discussion (Tuere Sala)

This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1180

-1 s1 w ago
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Sense Doors, Talk 2 recap & discussion (Tuere Sala)

Sense Doors, Talk 2 (Tuere Sala)

This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1179

-1 s2 w ago
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Sense Doors, Talk 2 (Tuere Sala)

Buddhism, Racism, and Jazz (Zoketsu Norman Fischer)

This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1178

30 MIN3 w ago
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Buddhism, Racism, and Jazz (Zoketsu Norman Fischer)

Sense Doors, Talk 1 recap & discussion (Tuere Sala)

Practice & Reflection This month we are exploring and practicing with the six senses. The sense doors are the fifth link in the chain of dependent origination. One of the main insights in this link is the recognition of mind as a sense door. This recognition enables us to become less identified with our thoughts. The less identified we are with our thoughts, the more aware we can become of the other five senses. From time to time this month, stop and let your thoughts settle. Open to what you are experiencing in the moment through the other five senses. Let the sense sensations be present but do not elaborate on them. Let the sights, sounds, smell, tastes, physical sensations, and mind activity (thoughts/ideas) be just what they are. Allow awareness to be large enough to hold them all. Ask yourself what else there is in life that is true beyond these sense impressions and this encompassing awareness? Is the commentary true, are reactions true, or are these merely arising in response...

-1 s3 w ago
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Sense Doors, Talk 1 recap & discussion (Tuere Sala)

Sense Doors, Talk 1 (Tuere Sala)

Practice & Reflection This month we are exploring and practicing with the six senses. The sense doors are the fifth link in the chain of dependent origination. One of the main insights in this link is the recognition of mind as a sense door. This recognition enables us to become less identified with our thoughts. The less identified we are with our thoughts, the more aware we can become of the other five senses. From time to time this month, stop and let your thoughts settle. Open to what you are experiencing in the moment through the other five senses. Let the sense sensations be present but do not elaborate on them. Let the sights, sounds, smell, tastes, physical sensations, and mind activity (thoughts/ideas) be just what they are. Allow awareness to be large enough to hold them all. Ask yourself what else there is in life that is true beyond these sense impressions and this encompassing awareness? Is the commentary true, are reactions true, or are these merely arising in response...

-1 sMAY 4
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Sense Doors, Talk 1 (Tuere Sala)

Climate Crisis and Wise Intention, recap & discussion (Tim Geil)

This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1169

47 MINAPR 27
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Climate Crisis and Wise Intention, recap & discussion (Tim Geil)

Climate Crisis and Wise Intention (Tim Geil)

Practice and Reflection What has living in a world of COVID19 taught us about Wise Intention? Specifically reflect on Non-Harm, Renunciation, and Non-Ill Will. What lessons can carry over to living in a world with a Climate Crisis? Can we live in a simpler way that expresses Wise Intention toward the Earth? This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1168

-1 sAPR 20
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Climate Crisis and Wise Intention (Tim Geil)

Equanimity (Narayan Helen Liebenson)

fourth of four talks recorded during a weekend non-residential retreat This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1167

-1 sAPR 19
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Equanimity (Narayan Helen Liebenson)

Joy (Narayan Helen Liebenson)

third of four talks recorded during a weekend non-residential retreat This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1166

-1 sAPR 19
Comments
Joy (Narayan Helen Liebenson)

Latest Episodes

Contact, Talk 1 (Tim Geil)

Practice and Reflection: Contact, Dependent Origination When quiet and attentive, practice with the actual moment of sense contact. Sound, sensation, smell and taste may be easiest. Try to relax and release the tendency to label and to react. Just rest with the direct knowing. Practice with sensitivity, with non-resistance, and with non-self. Notice how your relationship to the moment’s experience may shift. This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1181

-1 s4 d ago
Comments
Contact, Talk 1 (Tim Geil)

Sense Doors, Talk 2 recap & discussion (Tuere Sala)

This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1180

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
Sense Doors, Talk 2 recap & discussion (Tuere Sala)

Sense Doors, Talk 2 (Tuere Sala)

This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1179

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Sense Doors, Talk 2 (Tuere Sala)

Buddhism, Racism, and Jazz (Zoketsu Norman Fischer)

This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1178

30 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Buddhism, Racism, and Jazz (Zoketsu Norman Fischer)

Sense Doors, Talk 1 recap & discussion (Tuere Sala)

Practice & Reflection This month we are exploring and practicing with the six senses. The sense doors are the fifth link in the chain of dependent origination. One of the main insights in this link is the recognition of mind as a sense door. This recognition enables us to become less identified with our thoughts. The less identified we are with our thoughts, the more aware we can become of the other five senses. From time to time this month, stop and let your thoughts settle. Open to what you are experiencing in the moment through the other five senses. Let the sense sensations be present but do not elaborate on them. Let the sights, sounds, smell, tastes, physical sensations, and mind activity (thoughts/ideas) be just what they are. Allow awareness to be large enough to hold them all. Ask yourself what else there is in life that is true beyond these sense impressions and this encompassing awareness? Is the commentary true, are reactions true, or are these merely arising in response...

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Sense Doors, Talk 1 recap & discussion (Tuere Sala)

Sense Doors, Talk 1 (Tuere Sala)

Practice & Reflection This month we are exploring and practicing with the six senses. The sense doors are the fifth link in the chain of dependent origination. One of the main insights in this link is the recognition of mind as a sense door. This recognition enables us to become less identified with our thoughts. The less identified we are with our thoughts, the more aware we can become of the other five senses. From time to time this month, stop and let your thoughts settle. Open to what you are experiencing in the moment through the other five senses. Let the sense sensations be present but do not elaborate on them. Let the sights, sounds, smell, tastes, physical sensations, and mind activity (thoughts/ideas) be just what they are. Allow awareness to be large enough to hold them all. Ask yourself what else there is in life that is true beyond these sense impressions and this encompassing awareness? Is the commentary true, are reactions true, or are these merely arising in response...

-1 sMAY 4
Comments
Sense Doors, Talk 1 (Tuere Sala)

Climate Crisis and Wise Intention, recap & discussion (Tim Geil)

This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1169

47 MINAPR 27
Comments
Climate Crisis and Wise Intention, recap & discussion (Tim Geil)

Climate Crisis and Wise Intention (Tim Geil)

Practice and Reflection What has living in a world of COVID19 taught us about Wise Intention? Specifically reflect on Non-Harm, Renunciation, and Non-Ill Will. What lessons can carry over to living in a world with a Climate Crisis? Can we live in a simpler way that expresses Wise Intention toward the Earth? This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1168

-1 sAPR 20
Comments
Climate Crisis and Wise Intention (Tim Geil)

Equanimity (Narayan Helen Liebenson)

fourth of four talks recorded during a weekend non-residential retreat This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1167

-1 sAPR 19
Comments
Equanimity (Narayan Helen Liebenson)

Joy (Narayan Helen Liebenson)

third of four talks recorded during a weekend non-residential retreat This talk is also presented in video here: https://seattleinsight.org/Talks/Talk/TalkID/1166

-1 sAPR 19
Comments
Joy (Narayan Helen Liebenson)
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