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Sayadaw U Jagara's Dharma Talks
Sayadaw U Jagara
Born in Canada, Ven. U Jagara was introduced to Buddhist practice in the early 1970’s by Robert Hoover, and ordained as a monk under the Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw in Burma in 1979. He spent 15 years in Sri Lanka combining meditation with the study of Buddhist texts and periodically traveled to India where he practiced in intense retreats with S. N. Goenka. For several years he conducted retreats in India, America, Europe and Asia in the S.N. Goenka tradition. Since 1995 U Jagara has trained under the guidance of Pa Auk Sayadaw, the Burmese master renowned for his faithful adherence to the Visuddhimagga as both a practical guide to jhana and a detailed exposition of direct analytical approaches to vipassana. U Jagara assists Pa Auk Sayadaw in the teaching.
2017-03-15 Pana - wisdom 8:37
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2017-03-14 What is happening 10:43
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2017-03-13 Object and Objective 60:03
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2017-03-10 Not yet titled 10:54
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2017-03-08 Not yet titled 14:29
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2017-03-07 Why is the path a multilane highway? 50:15
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2017-03-05 Not yet titled 22:00
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2017-03-04 Why metta practice? 58:57
Various reasons describing the advantages of loving– kindness explained
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2017-03-04 Not yet titled 18:38
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2017-03-03 Mindfulness and clear comprehension/Mode 2 62:28
General explanations related to "sati-sampajanna"(M. and C. C.) As a basic mode of being in the world, with the world.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge

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