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Dharma Talks Access for Retreatants

Monastic Retreat

Western nuns and monks from the Thai Buddhist monastic tradition teach each year at the Retreat Center. Retreatants are asked to observe the eight monastic precepts (which include abstaining from eating after noon each day) and to participate fully in the daily routine of sitting, standing and walking meditation. Each day, group practice will begin with an offering of flowers, light (in the form of candles) and fragrance (incense), as well as chanting to the Triple Gem.
2010-04-30 (10 days) Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center

  
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2010-04-30 Opening Talk 13:55
  Achaan Amaro
2010-04-30 Opening Talk 53:16
  Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia
Refuges and Precepts
2010-05-01 Mindfulness Of The Body 51:42
  Achaan Amaro
Morning Reflection
2010-05-01 Tracing Back The Radiance 56:46
  Achaan Amaro
How distraction works, tracing it back.
2010-05-02 Chanting 3:21
  Ajahn Punnadhammo
2010-05-02 Evening Chanting 11:00
  Achaan Amaro
2010-05-02 Faith - Obstacles and Supports for Practice 63:39
  Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia
As we practice, we confront our karma, cultural conditioning, and the realities of anicca, dukkha, anatta. Anyone who wishes to progress along the path, must act on faith and the factors that support that.
2010-05-03 Morning Reflection 31:58
  Achaan Amaro
Refuge in the attributes of our own being.
2010-05-03 Samatha - Vipassana 46:13
  Ajahn Punnadhammo
The two principle kinds of meditation.
2010-05-04 Becoming - why public speaking is more terrifying than worldwide nuclear destruction 65:30
  Achaan Amaro
The uncertainty of perception and memory, the urge to become, how becoming ceases.
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