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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A Good Friend
Aspects - Questions and Answers - Grattitude and Lineage
Brahmavihāra: Understanding, translating and embodying the Immeasurables.
Citta - Brahma Vihara
Clear comprehension - Sati's friend. On sampajañña.
Clinging and Identification - Practical Ways of Unbinding (Part 2)
Clinging to and Identification with Views (ditthūpādāna)
Closing Talk from Noble Friendship on the Path Retreat
De Sache ufe ä Grund gaa: Weises Ergründe aus Üebig (yoniso manasikāra)
Dealing with Obstructive Thoughts
Distortions of the Mind & the 3 Gateways to Liberation (with Q & A)
Dukkha – über d' Unzuelänglichkeit
Final Reflections and Closing Remarks
Final Take Home Message
First Instructions: Attitude, Posture, Body Awareness
Forms of Desire and the Hindrances
Four Foundations of Mindfulness
Guided Loving Kindness Meditation
Guided Meditation - Early Morning - Body (Part 1)
Guided Meditation - Early Morning - Body (Part 2)
Guided Meditation - Early Morning - Gateways
Guided Meditation - Early Morning - Leaving Yesterday's Shadow
Guided Meditation - Early Morning - Listening and Voices
Guided Meditation - Waking Up - Letting Go - Letting In
Hindrances and Similies
Ig säuber u dy angere.
Intro: Grasping as the attempt to avoid suffering.
Maps of cultivating the mind: Satipaṭṭhāna and 4 distinct phases of meditation
Meditation Instructions - Citta
Meditation Instructions - Citta - Two Aspects of Meditation
Meditation Instructions - Dhammanupassana
Meditation Instructions - Kaya - Posture
Meditation Instructions - Pain and Sleepiness
Meditation Instructions - Vedana
Mindfulness - Images of sati and the practice of Satipaṭṭhāna
Mindfulness-Attention-Awareness (Akincano & John Peacock)
Morning meditation Instructions: On citta and the inner climate. 3 practice q...
Morning Reflection - Mindfulness Practice
Morning Reflection - Musings on Mindfulness
Morning Reflection - Orientation: attention and intention as factors of practice
Morning Reflection: Body – object- and field-awareness; 3 dimensions of sensa...
Morning Reflection: Breath – up close and personal. With 5 questions
Morning Reflection: Dukkha and mindfulness – 3 dimensions of transformation
Morning Reflection: Mindfulness, voluntary & involuntary attention. 4 stages ...
Morning reflection: Personal and universal aspects of experience. Attuning to...
Morning Reflection: Sati infused. The Brahmavihāras for meditators
Morning Reflection: Shuttling: directed and undirected meditation. (On Collec...
Morning reflection: The process nature of experience and the reifying mind. O...
On grasping and identification: Overview (with Q & A)
Opening Talk - Retreat and Attitude
Opening Talk for Noble Friendship on the Path Retreat
Opening Talk for On Being With Others - Noble Friendship on the Path
Opening Talk for The Presence of Heart
Opening Talk for Wilderness of the Heart Retreat
Psychologische Entwicklung und Spirituelle Praxis.
Questions and Answers (Akincano &
Satipatthana as Orientation
Second Instruction: Vedanā, Practice on Attention and Sati
The Elephant's footprint. The Buddha as physician and his fourfold medicine.
The Hindrances and their Psychology.
Third Instructions: Attitude, Citta, Emotion and Thought, Practicing with th...
Three gateways to liberation and a message from Luang Poo Doon
Touching the earth. Key moments in the Buddha's life
Über die Elemente. Darlegung der 4 mahābhūta als Meditation.
Über Eifaut, Vieufaut u angeri Verwirrige: begriffliche Ausschweifige (papañca)
Über upāya - das zweckdienliche Mittel
Wilderness of the Heart