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Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia's Dharma Talks
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Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia has been offering instruction in Theravada Buddhist teachings and practices since 1990. She is a student of the western forest sangha, the disciples of Ajahn Sumedho and Ajahn Chah, and is a Lay Buddhist Minister in association with Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery in California. She served as resident teacher of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts from 1996 through 1999. Taraniya teaches at the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies and at Dhamma centers in the United States.
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2015-01-26 Self-view and the Fourth Satipatthana 58:57
This talk walks through the fourth satipatthana with an eye to realizing how this practice overcome self-view.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-01-19 Rethinking How We Get Free 52:06
This talk examines popular strategies for behaviour change such as willing ourselves into compliance and analyzing our history. And it contrasts this "oldway" with our strategies of Buddhist practices.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-01-12 Deconstructing the Layers of Self-View 57:43
Real practice stories about working with the hindrances and seeing how we deconstruct the layers of self-view
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2015-01-05 Classical Teaching on Non-Self 51:40
The Buddha never denied or affirmed the existence of a self. He merely noted that when we relate to the body, feeling perception, formations and consciousness with attachment.. we suffer
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge January 2015 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2014-12-30 New Year 2015 47:28
Making full use of perception of the new year to skillfully look back to where we have been and forward to where we are going. .. and at the same time, collapsing time to the present moment.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge December 2014 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2013-08-25 ISPP Practice Day: Understanding and Investigating Difficult States of Mind 2:06:40
The Practice Day component of the Integrated Study and Practice Program 2013 is intended to examine the topics covered in the sutta study from a direct and experiential perspective.
New York Insight Meditation Center NYI/BCBS Integrated Study & Practice Program
2013-02-13 The Asavas: Restraining and Using 48:00
This talk is part of a five part series on the Sabbasava Sutta (MN2), one of the most important and practical suttas in the Pali Canon. It summarizes our deeply entrenched patterns of delusion and suffering and the methods by which these are managed and overcome.
Barre Center For Buddhist Studies Bhavana Program: Understanding the Asavas
2013-02-12 The Asavas: Seeing and Developing 52:20
This talk is part of a five part series on the Sabbasava Sutta (MN2), one of the most important and practical suttas in the Pali Canon. It summarizes our deeply entrenched patterns of delusion and suffering and the methods by which these are managed and overcome.
Barre Center For Buddhist Studies Bhavana Program: Understanding the Asavas
2013-02-11 Seeing The Asavas 62:09
The Sabbasava Sutta, Majjhima Nikaya 2 (All the Taints), deals with the eradication of the three taints: desire for sensual pleasure, desire for being, and ignorance. The taints are defilements brought about and strengthened by unwise attention. The seven methods are: Seeing, Restraining, Using, Enduring, Avoiding, Removing and Developing. This talk begins a five part series on this sutta. It addresses Seeing.
Barre Center For Buddhist Studies Bhavana Program: Understanding the Asavas
2013-02-14 The Asavas: Enduring (brief reflection and reading) 11:29
This talk is part of a five part series on the Sabbasava Sutta (MN2), one of the most important and practical suttas in the Pali Canon. It summarizes our deeply entrenched patterns of delusion and suffering and the methods by which these are managed and overcome.
Barre Center For Buddhist Studies Bhavana Program: Understanding the Asavas

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