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Matthew Hepburn's Dharma Talks at Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
Matthew Hepburn
Matthew Hepburn caught fire with the Dharma through retreat practice in his early twenties. He began offering vipassana instruction in 2012 at the Cambridge Insight Meditation Center, where he is continually inspired by the deep Dharma of daily living. He is a participant in the 2017-2021 IMS Teacher Training Program.
2021-11-08 Anicca: Practical Impermanence for Retreat Yogis 54:19
Impermanence as a lofty concept is a cause fro mental proliferation. Impermanence as a way to perceive every moment is the end of suffering.
Second 3-Week Insight Meditation Retreat
2021-11-02 The 5 Hindrances and the Myth of the Bad Meditator 63:11
How developing a solid working familiarity with the 5 hindrances can free the mind from judgement and confusion about the challenges of meditation.
Second 3-Week Insight Meditation Retreat
2020-03-06 Calm, Steadiness, and Balance Of Mind 34:41
Calm, concentration (samadhi), and equanimity are the tranquilizing qualities which balance the energizing qualities in the factors of enlightenment. How can we practice to strengthen and develop the?
The Seven Factors of Awakening: Insight Meditation Retreat
2020-03-05 When You Are Struggling And You Need A Friend. 58:50
The hindrances are motifs of mind that can propel us into suffering or freedom. How can we use loving-kindness (Metta) to let them open the door to wisdom and peace?
The Seven Factors of Awakening: Insight Meditation Retreat
2020-03-04 A Wise Approach To Pain and Discomfort 22:58
Meditation instructions on how to continue developing wisdom and compassion through mindfulness of the body - even in experience of pain and discomfort.
The Seven Factors of Awakening: Insight Meditation Retreat

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