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Noliwe Alexander's Dharma Talks
Noliwe Alexander
Noliwe Alexander has been a student of Vipassana meditation for over 15 years. Throughout this time of deep devotion to the Dharma, Noliwe has become a dedicated practitioner, teacher of various sitting groups around the Bay Area, facilitator of community workshops and Buddhist meditation day longs and class series programs. She is a Life & Business Coach dedicating both her coaching & Dharma practice to the POC, LGBT, At Risk and Elder communities. She is a graduate of Spirit Rock’s CDL4 program and completed EBMC’s Commit 2 Dharma program in 2010. Noliwe is a wisdom keeper and humbled by the presence of her ancestors spirit that lives within and walks beside.
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2022-02-14 Monday Night Dharma Talk - Power of Love 43:13
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2021-12-15 "Letting Go" into Forgiveness with Joy and Gratitude 44:58
As we let go of our closed hearts, we open to the essence of the Forgiveness practice through seeing what lies on the other side of forgiveness; Joy, Gratitude, self-compassion and knowing the true nature of our minds.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Practice of Choosing Forgiveness
2021-12-14 Guided Meditation, Cultivating a Compassion Heart 48:38
Brahma Vihara ~ Guided Meditation, Cultivating a Compassion Heart
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Practice of Choosing Forgiveness
2020-12-13 The Art and Practice of Forgiveness 4:23:24
with Phillip Moffitt
The art of forgiveness begins with connecting to the heart. The practice involves learning skills such as metta, mindful acknowledgement, and compassion. Practicing these skills enables you to free yourself from painful identification with past events. This is a day to bring remorse or grief about past actions and move beyond feelings of guilt and shame. Likewise, if someone has wronged you, you will be guided toward holding them in accountability without closing your heart. Additionally, forgiveness practice will move you toward clarity and acceptance for the ways you have let yourself down. Practicing forgiveness allows you to move from a heavy, remorseful heart and a reactive mind to a heart that’s light but still feels regret, and a mind that is calm and clear. The day will be held with periods of guided silent sitting and walking meditation practice, instruction in the art and practice of forgiveness, and a forgiveness ceremony, with opportunities to ask questions to the instructors.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2020-11-07 Guided Metta & Chanting 45:47
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Deepening into the Heart of Love and Freedom with Noliwe Alexander, Lama Rod Owens, MA, Arinna Weisman, Katy Wiss and Melvin L. Escobar, LCSW, RYT
2020-11-04 Sit with Instructions 42:17
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Deepening into the Heart of Love and Freedom with Noliwe Alexander, Lama Rod Owens, MA, Arinna Weisman, Katy Wiss and Melvin L. Escobar, LCSW, RYT
2020-11-03 Dharma Talk 46:19
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Deepening into the Heart of Love and Freedom with Noliwe Alexander, Lama Rod Owens, MA, Arinna Weisman, Katy Wiss and Melvin L. Escobar, LCSW, RYT
2020-07-05 Morning Meditation 59:20
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Cultivating the Wisdom of the Heart - Annual People of Color (POC) Retreat
2020-07-03 Where does it Hurt? 59:02
Dharma Talk
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Cultivating the Wisdom of the Heart - Annual People of Color (POC) Retreat
2020-07-01 Karuna 59:13
Morning Meditation Heart Practices, Brahmaviharas
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Cultivating the Wisdom of the Heart - Annual People of Color (POC) Retreat

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