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Achieving inner freedom, cultivating the inner conditions for well-being, and fostering compassion are some of the most important aspects of meditation.
Matthieu Ricard
Let your awareness be as neutral as space and as bright as a well-polished mirror. You are observing the face of your own mind, with all its blemishes, scars, and beauty marks. This is a direct path to self-knowledge.
Alan Wallace
Art and music are the deepest expressions of our soul and the direct transmission of our universe. I think everyone is born an artist and art should be shared with all people on this planet.
Maria João Pires
Just to sit and engage with your own mind is something wonderful. Through accepting to be simply present with yourself you can become more open to others.
Charles Hastings

What’s Included?

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Meditate Day by Day
Meditation Practice Foundations
Taming the Mind
Discovering the texture of your mind
Taking your seat
Entering into meditation
Observing your thoughts
The present moment
Bringing the mind back
Taking time to just be
Acquiring Stability
Here and now in this body
Breathe!
Counting the Breath
In-breath and out-breath
Coming back
Persistence and relaxation
Walking meditation
Mindfulness and Presence
What is mindfulness?
Scattering and sinking
Mindfulness and vigilance
Finding your way
Calm and insight
The river
Understanding thoughts and emotions
Caring Mindfulness
Finding your warm heart
Cultivating altruistic love
Caring needs mindfulness
Freeing yourself from negative reactions
Powerful motivation
Powerful meditation
Powerful dedication
Toolbox
Stop for a moment
Listening
Being in contact
A regular moment
Finding your spot
Little spaces in your day
It’s a training!
No matter who you are
What’s happening?
Flexibility
Awakening the Heart
Exercises for a kind heart
Exercises for a kind heart introFree
Feeling your body
Simple presence
Acceptance
Community
Into the world
Love and happiness
Sharing
The dynamics of altruistic love
Experiencing the dynamics of love
Love, the starting point
Difficult emotions and difficult people
Changing the lens
Awakening compassion
Expanding compassion
Joy and Impartiality
Everyday Meditations
Introduction
Simple mindfulness of the breathing — short
Simple mindfulness of the breathing — long
Counting the breaths — short
Counting the breaths — long
Awareness of the body — short
Awareness of the body — long
Mindfulness of breathing with bells — short
Mindfulness of breathing with bells — long
Knowing Yourself to Know the World
Baby mind?
Sadness as a friend
Who are you?
Expansion and contraction
Beliefs
Stability and Clarity
The meditative posture
Relaxed and alert
Balanced attention
And thoughts?
A simple presence
Understanding thoughts
Exploring habits
Wisdom, Compassion and Happiness
Why Should I Meditate?
Why MeditateCC
On What to MeditateCC
What Meditation is NotCC
How to Meditate?
How to MeditateCCFree
Specific GuidanceCC
Training the Mind for Genuine Happiness
Connection Between Meditation and Genuine HappinessCCFree
Turning the Mind Toward MeditationCC
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness PracticeCC
Practice of Caring MindfulnessCC
A Passionate Case for Altruism
Introduction to AltruismCC
Essential Qualities in LeadershipCC
Introduction to Inner Calm
Introduction to Inner Calm and Deeper InsightCC
Mindfulness of the BreathCC
Counting BreathsCC
Mantra PracticeCC
Deeper Insight
Deeper Insight and EgoCC
Deeper Insight and MindCC
DedicationCC
What is a Spiritual Path?CC
Meditations on Altruism
Meditation on Altruistic LoveCC
Meditation on CompassionCC
Joy, Celebration and GratitudeCC
EquanimityCC
A Sublime ExchangeCC
Mindfulness of Breathing
Mindfulness of the BreathCC
Diverse Breathing TechniquesCC
The Four Foundations of Mindfulness
Introduction to the Four Foundations of MindfulnessCCFree
Intro: Mindfulness of the Body 1/2CC
Mindfulness of the Body 2/2CC
Intro: Mindfulness of Sensations 1/2CC
Mindfulness of Sensations 2/2CC
Intro: Mindfulness of the Mind 1/2CC
Mindfulness of the Mind 2/2CC
Intro: Mindfulness of Phenomena 1/2CC
Mindfulness of Phenomena 2/2CC
Contemplative Inspirations
Appreciate the Precious Human LifeCCFree
Make the Best Use of TimeCC
Recognize the Causes of Happiness and SufferingCC
Resolve to ChangeCC
Observe Without GraspingCC
Walk MindfullyCC
Concentrate on an ObjectCC
Cultivate AwarenessCC
Concentration on an Object As Taught by Dilgo Khyentse RinpocheCC
Meditation and Everyday Life
How to Develop a New Way of BeingCC
Meditation and Everyday LifeCC
Overcoming ObstaclesCC
Meditation and EducationCC
Meditation and HealthCC
Meditation in the WorkplaceCC
Dealing with Physical PainCC
Mediation and CreativityCC
Great Insights Through Mindfulness
Mindfulness of Breathing
Relaxation
IntroductionFree
Body and posture of balanceFree
Effortless silence
Mind and present moment
Attentional Stability
Continuity of attention
Counting
Stability of attention
Vividness of Attention
High-resolution of attention
Synergy
State of Balance
Observing the Mind
The space of the mind
Observe without preference
The actors of the mind
The stage of the mind
A Boundless Heart
Loving-kindness
A realm of possibilities
The Awareness of Awareness
Oscillating Awareness
Probing the Agent
Resting in the Center
Extending Awareness into Space
Conative Intelligence and Flourishing
The heart’s desire
Receiving from the world
An evolution of the spirit
Offering to the world
The Four Applications of Mindfulness
Mindfulness of the Body
Four elements of the body
Body scanning
Beyond appearances
Mindfulness of Feelings
Body feelings
Mental feelings
The naked nature of feelings
Internal and external feelings
Mindfulness of the Mind
Objective appearances to the mind
Subjective impulses of the mind
The emptiness of the mind
Watching the mind externally
Mindfulness of Phenomena
Mental states
Mental activities
Appearances arising at the doors of perception
Awareness of outer phenomena
Creative Journey
Life and Music
Listening to life
Connecting through music and lifeCCFree
Flow and presenceCC
Learning through adversityCC
Life as a musician
Talent and educationCC
The Partitura movementCC
Music practiceCC
Listening to music
Mozart, a miracle of expressionCC
Dialogues and characters in Mozart’s musicCC
The source and transmission of musicCC
Piano practice and performance
Discovering the scoreCC
Freedom and limitsCC
Body and breath awarenessCC
On stageCC
Concert hall
Discover the Concert Hall
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Fantasia in D minor, K.397/385g
Franz Schubert: Impromptu, D.935, No. 1
Ludwig van Beethoven: Bagatelle Op. 126, No. 5
Franz Liszt: Nuages Gris, S. 199
Franz Schubert: Ständchen, D. 889, version for violin and piano
Béla Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances, Sz.56, version for violin and piano by Zoltán Székely
Johann Stauss Jr.: Künstlerleben, Op. 316
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata for Piano Four-hands in C major, K.19d
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata for Piano Four-hands in C major, K.521 (I)
Johann Sebastian Bach: Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit
Singing Hands
Round table discussion: Singing HandsCC
Singing Hands concert
Cities of the Danube
Round table discussion: Cities of the DanubeCC
Cities of the Danube concert
Piano workshop for amateur students
Music vs. ExerciseCC
Approaching difficult passagesCC
The importance of slow practiceCC
Practicing with divisionsCC
Separate hands vs. hands togetherCC
Full lessonCC
Piano workshops for advanced students
Mozart Sonata in F major, K.280 (I)
Dialogue: the two hands as voicesCC
Piano and forteCC
Constructing the dramaCC
Repeated notes in the classical periodCC
Full lessonCC
Mozart Sonata in F major, K.280 (II, III)
Piano and forte nuancesCC
Flow and contrastCC
Full lessonCC
Schubert Moment Musical No.1, D.780
Freedom vs. limits
Feeling the flow
A sense of movement without accelerando
Highlighting the melody
The continuity of the flow
Full lessonCC
Schubert Sonata in A minor, D.537 (I)
An organic beat to color the music
The danger of mechanical training and how to read behind the score
The life within the phrase
Miracles do happen in Schubert!
Forte is not necessarlily hard
Sforzato and pianos
Phrase vs. bar
Decrescendo and flexible tempo
Full lessonCC
Schubert Sonata in A minor, D.537 (II)
Lightness in the left hand
Articulation and upbeats
A beat with movement
The big line
Complementing the legato
Defining the mood
Full lessonCC
Mozart and SchubertCC
Introducing your Child to Meditation
Course introductionFree
Listen to the sound of the singing bowlFree
Walk without letting your bowl of water spill overFree
Feel your body from head to toe with the help of a little featherFree
Feel your cuddly toy as it moves back and forthFree
Count your breathsFree
Think of all the children in the worldFree
Open your heart to the wonderful moments of your dayFree
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