Sharon Salzberg – Metta Hour


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    Meditation: Metta Hour Podcast - Sharon Salzberg
    October 27, 2014 at 3:29 pm

    […] this podcast from Mindpod Network Sharon relates the act of meditation to an alchemical process in which we convert the conceptual […]

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    Faith & Lovingkindness: Metta Hour Podcast - Sharon Salzberg
    October 31, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    […] Podcast from Mindpod Network. […]

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    The Brahma-Viharas: Metta Hour Podcast - Sharon Salzberg
    November 2, 2014 at 11:56 pm

    […] this podcast from MindPod Network Sharon discusses the four virtues, known within the Buddhist tradition as the Brahma Viharas, as […]

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    The Top 14 Podcasts You NEED to Listen to in 2015 - Eat.Exercise.Live.Differently
    November 17, 2014 at 10:09 pm

    […] Metta Hour with Sharon Salzberg […]

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    The Eightfold Path: Metta Hour Podcast - Sharon Salzberg
    November 19, 2014 at 6:01 pm

    […] this podcast from MindPod Network Sharon is joined by her longtime friend, and fellow MindPod patron, Raghu Markus, for a thoughtful […]

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    You’re trying too hard | Fuck Anxiety…Mindfully
    March 22, 2016 at 4:09 pm

    […] The next time you do a sitting meditation, while focusing on your breath,  you will inevitably get lost in thought (Remember, that’s supposed to happen).  You’ll be planning, or day dreaming, or ruminating about bla bla bla.  The practice is to notice that we are thinking and return our attention to the breath.  What is often missed is HOW you return your attention to the breath.  It’s right there in the crux of that instant and you didn’t even see it.  And that response matters.  It’s easy to miss if you aren’t looking for it.  Right when your attention has strayed from your breath and you realize it,  ask yourself “what was the tone of that response?”  If it was “fuck, I’m thinking again!”  Then you might want to start working right here because you’re banging your head against the wall.  This might have been my very first “AHA moment” in meditation.  Be kind to yourself.  Be gentle with yourself.  Why so judgy?  Maybe that harsh response will begin to change just by shining a light on it.  Maybe you will find your attention and return it to your breath with a new kinder and wiser response.  Maybe you will respond “Welcome Home” because you found the space that was needed to find it (Thank you Tara Brach and Sharon Salzberg). […]

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