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Robert Cusick

Robert Cusick is a long time student of Gil Fronsdal. He was a Buddhist monk in Burma, trained by the Venerable Pa Auk Sayadaw. He also trained in the Soto Zen tradition at Tassajara Zen Center in 2001. He participated in the Diamond Heart program with Hameed Ali (A.H. Almaas), in the Sati Center's Buddhist Chaplaincy training and completed the Dedicated Practitioners Program (DPP) at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in 2003, where he served as Retreats Program Manager. Robert is a certified Kripalu Yoga instructor, and sits on the board of directors at the Sati Center for Buddhist Studies.

Senior Sangha Guided Meditation on Metta 2020-05-2820:32
Senior Sangha: A Stroll Down Memory Lane 2020-02-2738:02
Senior Sangha: What Brought You Here 2020-01-2322:45
Awareness and Wisdom 2019-12-2347:27
The Sublime States of Loving Kindness and Compassion 2019-10-2740:59
Ill-will and the Brahmaviharas 2019-07-3054:33
The Different Parts of Us - Part 2 2018-07-3157:05
The Different Parts of Us 2018-07-2456:24
Dharmette: The Dhamma of Mr. Rogers 2018-06-1315:03
Practice Note: Won't You Be My Neighbor 2018-06-131:29
People are People 2017-11-0817:20
Meditation Develops in Stages 2017-11-0759:26
Meditation Develops in Stages 2017-11-0759:26
Catching a glimpse of the bigger picture 2017-10-3158:54
To Bite or Not to Bite: The Places Where We Get Hooked 2017-09-2443:19
Sila: The Foundation and Framework of Buddhist Practice 2017-08-2258:47
Equanimity and Self Acceptance 2017-08-1345:24
Kind Attention Is Wise Attention 2017-07-2444:43
Practice Note: Habits 2017-04-260:57
Dharmette: Choosing 2017-04-2615:14
Meditation Develops in Stages 2017-04-0650:15
Dharmette 2017-03-0113:34
Practice Note 2017-03-010:35
Pause and Ask 2017-02-2746:01
Dharmette 2016-11-2314:02
Practice Note 2016-11-230:55
Seeing Gladness 2016-02-2416:35
Dharmette: Self compassion in the Practice 2015-09-2313:40
Practice Note: Intention 2015-09-230:43
Refuge in the Way Things Are 2015-08-2615:15
How To Use Our Practice 2015-07-1244:07
Equanimity and Self-Acceptance
Skillful Inquiry: Cultivating Attention & Investigation
Tending the Heart and Mind
Meditation as a part of the Path to Freedom
Just Relax
Out of the Rabbit Hole 2014-12-3114:56
The Experience of Wisdom 2014-11-2343:57
Just Start and Continue 2014-09-3053:35
Confronting the Bogeyman in the Closet 2014-09-2356:37
Stepping Over the Rabbit Hole 2014-09-1656:19
Love is Our Practice 2014-08-2851:09
The Defilements 2014-06-2345:51
Wisdom Compassion Daylong 2014-06-212:31:43
Being with Vulerability 2014-05-0853:15
The Place of Wanting to Flee 2014-05-0153:51
Recognizing Mental Obscurations 2014-04-2453:55
Connecting With Striving 2014-01-2914:41
Sila: The Foundation and Framework of Buddhist Practice 2013-12-1752:39
Practicing With the Busy Mind 2013-12-1252:18
The Ebb and Flow of Practice 2013-10-0158:40
Breathing With Metta 2013-09-2459:05
Setting Up Your Meditation 2013-09-1764:18
When Faith Informs Wisdom 2013-09-1065:52
Opening the Heart 2013-06-1041:28
Compassion and Becoming 2012-12-2456:35
Dharmette: Attending to the Heart 2012-10-1715:32
Tools for Cultivating Mindfulness and Compassion 2012-08-1651:00
The Flowering of Mindfulness 2012-05-2950:33
Mindfulness Up Close 2012-05-0362:37
Dharmette-Cultivating Blessings 2011-04-209:58
Eight Fold Path, Continued
Things As They Are 2010-09-0812:43
Safety in Sila 2010-06-2311:01
Meditation Practice - Q & A 2010-02-0260:45
Dhama Conversation 2010-01-2661:55
Mindfulness of the Body 2009-12-1760:28
Be Kind to Your Breath 2009-12-1062:07
The Five Faculties: Concentration (4 of 5) 2007-10-2562:09
Dematerializing Rematerializing 2006-12-2160:06
Intention 2005-05-1268:13


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