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Kittisaro & Thanissara's Dharma Talks
Kittisaro & Thanissara
Kittisaro & Thanissara, both former monastics in the Forest Tradition of Ajahn Chah, are married, teaching partners, and co-founders of Dharmagiri Sacred Mountain Retreat, in South Africa. They are co-authors of Listening to the Heart, A Contemplative Guide to Engaged Buddhism. They currently live in North Bay California where they are guiding teachers of Sacred Mountain Sangha.
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2018-03-17 Freeing Our Consciousness (Saturday) - Refuges and Precepts 14:47
New York Insight Meditation Center Freeing Our Consciousness
2018-03-17 Freeing Our Consciousness (Saturday) - morning closing 5:26
New York Insight Meditation Center Freeing Our Consciousness
2018-03-17 Freeing Our Consciousness (Saturday) - morning Talk 65:49
New York Insight Meditation Center Freeing Our Consciousness
2018-03-17 Freeing Our Consciousness (Saturday) - morning Guided Meditation 23:46
New York Insight Meditation Center Freeing Our Consciousness
2018-03-16 Freeing Our Consciousness (Friday) - Opening Talk 54:43
New York Insight Meditation Center Freeing Our Consciousness
2018-03-16 Freeing Our Concsciousness (Friday) - Opening Chants 10:21
New York Insight Meditation Center Freeing Our Consciousness
2017-10-30 Like A Still Forest Pool 42:27
The response and the way are intertwined inconceivably. Leaving the retreat.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2017 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2016-05-08 Reclamation of the Sacred Through Insight & Devotion - Sunday Morning 2:28:19
Our environmental crisis is generated by an obsession with ownership and individualism that obscures the truth of our inter-dependence within a web of life. In a world divided by inequity, racism, and wars, Dharma practice shatters the illusion of dualistic consciousness, offering a new paradigm. This mini-retreat explores the process which generates divisiveness: papanca or conceptual proliferation in service of delusion. The ending of papanca reveals the unshakeable depth and the undivided nature of reality at the heart of all circumstances, revolutionizing our way of being and living — both personally and globally. The retreat, for contemplatives and activists, is framed within depth teachings of emptiness and merciful compassion embodied by Kuan Yin Bodhisattva, who is a metaphor for our deepest, mysterious heart. It includes Dharma teachings, meditation and inquiry sessions, qi-gong, group process, psycho-spiritual exploration, and the cultivation of inner skills for activists. Besides applying the liberating practices and teaching of mindfulness and insight meditation, we will use chanting and ceremony.
New York Insight Meditation Center Reclamation of the Sacred Through Insight & Devotion
2016-05-07 Reclamation of the Sacred Through Insight & Devotion - Saturday Afternoon 1:14:05
Our environmental crisis is generated by an obsession with ownership and individualism that obscures the truth of our inter-dependence within a web of life. In a world divided by inequity, racism, and wars, Dharma practice shatters the illusion of dualistic consciousness, offering a new paradigm. This mini-retreat explores the process which generates divisiveness: papanca or conceptual proliferation in service of delusion. The ending of papanca reveals the unshakeable depth and the undivided nature of reality at the heart of all circumstances, revolutionizing our way of being and living — both personally and globally. The retreat, for contemplatives and activists, is framed within depth teachings of emptiness and merciful compassion embodied by Kuan Yin Bodhisattva, who is a metaphor for our deepest, mysterious heart. It includes Dharma teachings, meditation and inquiry sessions, qi-gong, group process, psycho-spiritual exploration, and the cultivation of inner skills for activists. Besides applying the liberating practices and teaching of mindfulness and insight meditation, we will use chanting and ceremony.
New York Insight Meditation Center Reclamation of the Sacred Through Insight & Devotion
2016-05-07 Reclamation of the Sacred Through Insight & Devotion - Saturday Morning 1:42:54
Our environmental crisis is generated by an obsession with ownership and individualism that obscures the truth of our inter-dependence within a web of life. In a world divided by inequity, racism, and wars, Dharma practice shatters the illusion of dualistic consciousness, offering a new paradigm. This mini-retreat explores the process which generates divisiveness: papanca or conceptual proliferation in service of delusion. The ending of papanca reveals the unshakeable depth and the undivided nature of reality at the heart of all circumstances, revolutionizing our way of being and living — both personally and globally. The retreat, for contemplatives and activists, is framed within depth teachings of emptiness and merciful compassion embodied by Kuan Yin Bodhisattva, who is a metaphor for our deepest, mysterious heart. It includes Dharma teachings, meditation and inquiry sessions, qi-gong, group process, psycho-spiritual exploration, and the cultivation of inner skills for activists. Besides applying the liberating practices and teaching of mindfulness and insight meditation, we will use chanting and ceremony.
New York Insight Meditation Center Reclamation of the Sacred Through Insight & Devotion

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