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2015-04-14 Guided meditation 36:36
  Sally Clough Armstrong
Australian Insight Meditation Network (MIMG)

2015-04-13 Willingness to be in a zone of discomfort 45:21
  Sally Clough Armstrong
Australian Insight Meditation Network (MIMG)

2014-02-10 Meditation, mindfulness and meditative inquiry 45:28
  Martine Batchelor
Australian Insight Meditation Network (MIMG)

2013-11-09 Tradition and Culture 42:32
  Winton Higgins
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Buddhist Society of Victoria) Secular Buddhism Workshop

2013-11-09 The Four Tasks and the Eight Fold Path 34:35
  Winton Higgins
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Buddhist Society of Victoria) Secular Buddhism Workshop

2013-11-08 In the Beginning was the Human Condition 62:21
  Winton Higgins
In the beginning was the human condition -- the Buddha's new way to work with it.
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Buddhist Society of Victoria) Secular Buddhism Workshop

2013-11-08 Meditation Instructions 6:13
  Winton Higgins
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Buddhist Society of Victoria) Secular Buddhism Workshop

2013-03-25 Present Moment Awareness 40:59
  Carol Perry
Given at Melbourne Insight Meditation Group, Ceres Energy Park

2013-01-28 Perception, agitation, stillness, and the second foundation of mindfulness 31:37
  Carol Perry
Given at the Melbourne Insight Group meeting at Ceres in Brunswick, Australia

2012-03-23 03 A Culture of Awakening 55:13
  Stephen Batchelor
The four P's: principle of conditionality, process of the four tasks, practice of mindfulness, power of self-reliance; ELSA as a framework for living; the city as a key metaphor of Secular Buddhism; emergence of a secular sangha based on friendships that support self-reliance.
Australian Insight Meditation Network (Sine Cera Retreat Center) An Introduction to Secular Buddhism

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