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A Guiding Teacher at the Insight Meditation Community of Washington and co-founder of the Meditation Teacher Training Institute, Jonathan offers talks, guided meditations and inquiries into what it means to be awake in mind and heart.  www.jonathanfoust.com

Apr 23, 2013

The Buddha recommended reflecting on five essential truths that reinforce your awareness of impermanance.  Only when we embrace the fact that all things born of conditions are subject to change we can truly grasp how precious this moment is.  This understanding can transform your relationship to death ... and,...


Apr 23, 2013

This 30-minute meditation starts with a short stretch and a slow motion release followed by a ten-minute body scan and awareness of breath as your anchor.


Apr 9, 2013

Waking up to who you really are requires a blend of deep relaxation and  applied concentration.  Relaxation helps you sense outside the comparing and judging mind.  Concentration helps you identify habitual patterns and helps you wake up out of the trance of busyness, fear, confusion and cycle of endless...


Apr 3, 2013

Willful, concentrated breathing can help settle and calm the mind, leading to deepening relaxation and the capacity to access the 'flow state' where you become not just aware of what's happening, but how you are holding your experience.  This meditation begins with about five minutes of willful, focused breath,...


Apr 3, 2013

Faith spans the full range of human experience - from a quality of faith that is filled with possibility but hasn't been tested to a mature, abiding faith.  Each one of us has experienced a crisis in faith that results in some form of betrayal and each of us has experienced numerous times, a 'leap of faith' when...