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Jeanne Corrigal's Dharma Talks at Saskatoon Insight Meditation Community
Jeanne Corrigal
Jeanne Corrigal is the guiding teacher for the Saskatoon Insight Meditation Community, and a graduate of the 2017-2021 IMS teacher training program. She deeply appreciates metta and nature based practices. She has been practicing since 1999, and is a graduate of Spirit Rock’s Dedicated Practitioner and Community Dharma Leader Programs. Jeanne is certified with Indigenous Focusing Oriented Trauma Therapy (IFOT), is a certified MBSR teacher, and she has trained with Mindful Schools and Somatic Experiencing. She is Métis, and one of her first teachers in loving presence was Cree Elder Jim Settee.
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2022-02-12 Gratitude in the Pleasant and in Embodied Presence 45:29
Saturday afternoon guided practice in gratitude for subtle pleasant experiences and in the importance of supporting our meditation through noticing these pleasant states. The sit ends with a guided meditation and walking instruction in experiencing the body through the senses. (Jeanne)
Gratitude and Generosity: Realizing the Abundant Heart
2022-02-12 Gratitude as Reciprocal Relationship 55:32
with Susie Harrington
Saturday morning dharmette in gratitude and generosity as a reciprocal relationship, rather than a transactional relationship, followed by a guided meditation in the refuges as gratitude practices. (Susie) The sit ends with walking instructions and encouragement to sense the body as a support for the embodied gratitude of being present. (Jeanne)
Gratitude and Generosity: Realizing the Abundant Heart
2022-02-09 Peace of Truthfulness 58:23
The 10 Parami are powers that we can lean into and trust. This week we considered the seventh parami of truthfulness and how this quality can support peace in the heart and mind.
Wednesday Night Talks: The Parami (2021-2022)
2022-02-02 Oh Snail! The Parami of Patience 51:34
This week we explored the 6th parami, the beautiful quality of patience, and the ways that patience can be a doorway to freedom. This week we honour our relative the snail and their wisdom!
Wednesday Night Talks: The Parami (2021-2022)
2022-01-19 Ease of energy 56:10
This week we explore the 5th parami of energy - tuning into energy as a sustaining force, and turning it toward wise effort.
Wednesday Night Talks: The Parami (2021-2022)
2022-01-05 Wisdom as a support 54:06
This week we continue with Wisdom, the 4th of the 10 Parami, or qualities of heart and mind that support the highest happiness. We explore what wisdom is, and how it can be an accessible, daily support for peace in everyday life.
Wednesday Night Talks: The Parami (2021-2022)
2021-12-08 The Parami of Renunciation 56:25
This week's exploration of the Parami looks at the gifts of renunciation.
Wednesday Night Talks: The Parami (2021-2022)
2021-12-01 The Parami of Sila - Good Relations 58:04
This week we continue our exploration of the Parami - ten qualities that can support the mind and heart to cross the floods of challenges that can sweep us away. We turn to the practice of sila, which Jeanne likes to translate as good relations, and ways that we can reflect on our skillfulness as a support for joy.
Wednesday Night Talks: The Parami (2021-2022)
2021-11-10 A Way of Living in Kindness - the Parami of Generosity 55:46
The parami are ten qualities of heart and mind that carry us in challenging times. This week we explored the parami of dana (generosity), and the way our individual acts of generosity become a way of living in kindness.
Wednesday Night Talks: The Parami (2021-2022)
2021-11-03 Crossing the Floods - an intro to the Parami 57:37
The Parami are ten qualities of the heart of the bodhisattva - those who wish to cultivate peace in the world, for all beings. Tonight, we started with setting the foundation of our discussion on the parami, by first talking about the floods that can sweep us along - a tide of worries, duties and pressures - which the parami can help us navigate.
Wednesday Night Talks: The Parami (2021-2022)

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