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Bhante Buddharakkhita's Dharma Talks
Bhante Buddharakkhita
Bhante Buddharakkhita was born and raised in Uganda. Meditating since 1993, he was ordained as a Theravada Buddhist monk in 2002. Now residing at Bhavana Society in WV, he teaches worldwide and in 2005 founded the Uganda Buddhist Centre.
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2013-10-22 Five precepts and Forgiveness Practice 67:16
Sharing of merit to all beings and using the five precepts as a foundation for practicing Dhamma daily life.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 2
2013-10-18 Anger 101 66:16
Through mindfulness practice, we can cast off the traces of anger and turn it into opportunities for experiencing inner peace, happiness and freedom.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1
2013-10-16 Q&A Session 19:33
Questions about Karma - All beings are owners of their kamma; all beings have kamma as their property
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1
2013-10-11 Nibbana: the third noble truth of the cessation of suffering. 62:54
Nibbana or Nirvana is the final goal of meditation practice From the time we begin the practice we begin to experience peace and happiness until we realize final liberation.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1
2013-10-10 Morning Questions and Answers 15:06
How to work with the concept of "self" and "non-self"
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1
2013-10-04 Sharpening The Five Spiritual Faculties 62:06
When the five spiritual faculties are aroused, sharpened and balanced - they can cut off the obstacles to the path of enlightenligment
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1
2013-10-04 Eight Precepts and Q&A 57:39
Reflecting on one's ethical conduct can bring a lot of gladness and joy in one's meditation practice.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1
2013-09-30 Forgiveness Practice 59:35
Forgiveness practice is a process of letting go of the emotion of feeling being hurt or wounded
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1
2013-09-28 Morning Questions and Answers 15:37
The difference between equanimity and acceptance; the application of wise action and choice-less awareness.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1
2013-09-27 Equinimity 63:31
Equanimity is a mental quality of the heart and mind that can be cultivated in order to gain a balanced view as regards to mental states and beings.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Three Month - Part 1

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