Amita Schmidt's Dharma Talks
Amita Schmidt is a licensed clinical social worker with a focus on trauma and meditation. She was the resident teacher at Insight Meditation Society from 2000-2006. She is the author of "Dipa Ma: The Life and Legacy of a Buddhist Master." She also has practiced with Adyashanti, a teacher of non-dual awareness.
Select from Amita Schmidt's
100% Heart Capacity
Amita's Personal Dharma Story of Healing Trauma
Bigger Perspective Meditation
Depression, Anxiety, and The Four Noble Truths
Emptiness Practices for Depression and Anxiety: Part 2
Fear and Fearlessness
Inner Family of Lovingkindness Meditation
Metta For Benefactor And Self
Mindfulness As Affectionate Awareness
Mindfulness for Anxiety and Trauma
Mindfulness of Depression
Mindfulness Of Mind
Monkey Mind Strategies
No Part Left Out
Paradoxes in Practice
Practices for Depression and Anxiety: Part 1
Question How did Trauma affect your meditation Practice?
Question What if I can't do Lovingkindness/Metta practice?
Questions and Answers on Trauma, Love, and Rawness
Reset Your Nervous System Meditation
Spiritual Urgency - Samvega
Take the One Seat
The Dharma of Alzheimers Disease
The Gifts of Dipa Ma
The I that is We
The Lap of the Buddha Meditation
Twelve Steps and Dharma
How to embody a deep quiet in your practice and your life. Ways to work with thoughts and find more stillness.