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Ariya B. Baumann's Dharma Talks
Ariya B. Baumann
Ariya B. Baumann was born and raised in Switzerland. She started to practise meditation during her training as a music and dance teacher at the conservatory in Zürich. In 1992, she went to Myanmar (Burma) and ordained as a nun under Sayadaw U Janaka and for many years she practised vipassana and metta meditation under his guidance. Later she assisted the Sayadaws by translating talks and interviews for foreign meditators. In 2006, she changed to the Chanmyay Myaing Meditation Centre, Yangon, where she assisted Sayadaw U Indaka as well as teaching the foreign meditators herself.
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2016-05-11 6) Thoughts 57:50
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre Month-long retreat with Ariya Baumann
2016-05-09 5) Sati - What Is Mindfulness 59:36
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre Month-long retreat with Ariya Baumann
2016-05-07 4) Instructions for Vipassana Meditation 59:17
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre Month-long retreat with Ariya Baumann
2016-05-05 3) Metta In Deed, Speech, and Thoughts 55:26
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre Month-long retreat with Ariya Baumann
2016-05-03 2) Metta Is a Relational Practice 55:34
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre Month-long retreat with Ariya Baumann
2016-05-01 1) Catching the Spirit of Metta 51:59
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre Month-long retreat with Ariya Baumann
2015-10-27 The Infernal Trio 50:34
Greed, hatred, and delusion are the members of the Infernal Trio – the destruction of them is liberation, nibbāna.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-10-20 Death – Our Close Friend 57:59
The reflection on death helps us prepare for this unavoidable fact, makes us look at our priorities, and brings much gratitude, joy, and lightness into our life.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-10-13 Walking Meditation 64:12
Walking Meditation is an important and integral part of meditation practice with many amazing benefits. It facilitates insights into the four primary elements, conditionality, or the not-self nature of phenomena.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-10-06 A Thousand Thoughts 40:16
Thoughts are part of our existence as human beings. With the practice of meditation, the nature of the thought processes in particular and the nature of the mind can be understood by closely observing these thoughts whenever they arise.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge

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