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Akincano Marc Weber's Dharma Talks
Akincano Marc Weber
Akincano Marc Weber (Switzerland) is a Buddhist teacher and psychotherapist. He learned to sit still in the early eighties as a Zen practitioner and later joined monastic life in Ajahn Chah’s tradition where he studied and practiced for 20 years in the Forest monasteries of Thailand and Europe. He has studied Pali and scriptures, holds a a degree in Buddhist psychotherapy and lives with his wife in Cologne, Germany from where he teaches Dhamma and meditation internationally.
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2015-07-03 Psychological facets of sati in a nutshell – On Desire: taṇhā and the tragedy 57:37
(Brief intro:) Mindfulness without Pali - psychological aspects of sati. What can go wrong even if we get what we want; Forms of desire east of the western map for this term (kāma-taṇhā, bhava-t, vibhava-t.)
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-07-03 Reflection: Sati as Relationship - External Sense-channels - 5 Questions to the breath 33:49
Relational analogies with differing human senses – seeing, hearing, touching, tasting, smelling – Questions to connect more deeply with the breathing experience.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-07-02 Meditation: Big Vision rather than Saṁsāra-Management. Breath and Being - 4 Ānāpānasati Analogies 54:13
Attitudes and expectations re meditation practice: beyond the feel-good factor. How the Vism. illustrates Mindfulness of Breathing.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-07-01 Sati-More on Mindfulness: its Images, Functions and Relations 58:20
Sati in the Suttas – Contexts and Descriptions from the Early Buddhist Tradition
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-07-01 Reflection: 4 Satipaṭṭhāna channels as a map of experience – identifying them in our experience. 34:04
Sati as attuned attentional relationship. Two dimensions of training mindfulness: (i) temporal continuity (ii) spatial stability. Preferences and inclinations of meditators for one above the other are natural but need challenging. Instructions for a day's practice of kāyānupassanā.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-06-30 Upādāna and diṭṭhi as fuel for suffering 48:01
Text and context - vedic background of attachment (upādāna) - diṭṭhi and how we got there in the first place.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-06-29 Intention-attention-mindfulness: choices and challenges. 56:52
3 Questions - body as anchor and resting place for attention.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-06-28 Reflection (and goodbye to 10 yogis) Medakathalikā - Caring for oneself and caring for others 12:00
History of the acrobats: Individualism and altruism.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-06-27 Reflection - Four dimensions of contemplative practice. 40:15
Naming the big tasks in contemporary language; possible pitfalls in each of the dimensions
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-06-26 On Not-Knowing: What hinders relationship – Agatis and 5 different dimensions of avijjā 54:53
Differences between moha and avijjā; a footnote on the wheel of becoming.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge June 15 to July 31 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge

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