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Ajahn Sucitto's Dharma Talks
Ajahn Sucitto
As a monk, I bring a strong commitment, along with the renunciate flavor, to the classic Buddhist teachings. I play with ideas, with humor and a current way of expressing the teachings, but I don't dilute them.
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2017-01-04 Guided Meditation: Energy and Embodiment 35:37
A guided meditation on energy, breath and embodiment
Villa St Martin Centre :  Montreal New Year 2016-17 Retreat
2017-01-03 Q&A: Zigzagging along the Trails of Experience 58:29
Metta/ divine abidings; verbal phrasing vs. felt sense; skilful humour; contact and the resulting chain; creative activity of the mind
Villa St Martin Centre :  Montreal New Year 2016-17 Retreat
2017-01-03 The Wound that Seeks the Arrow 57:45
The cessation of “I am”; Ajahn Sucitto explores the unskilful tendency to create ourselves with mental formations, despite the unwholesome effect that the I creates; we can learn to release the process between perception and activation so the sankharas no longer have a place to lead
Villa St Martin Centre :  Montreal New Year 2016-17 Retreat
2017-01-02 Q&A: Taking Responsibility for our Practice 59:04
Ajahn Sucitto answers questions on sexual energy and fantasies; resistance to pain; feelings, memory and perception; planning and mental rehearsing / fantasizing
Villa St Martin Centre :  Montreal New Year 2016-17 Retreat
2017-01-02 A Head with No Body 57:43
How to loosen the grip of the hindrances; realizing that we have a natural energetic body, and how seeing the body as an energy system can support our understanding of the Dhamma
Villa St Martin Centre :  Montreal New Year 2016-17 Retreat
2017-01-01 Stopping the Spider on Amphetamines 64:22
Releasing ourselves from our habitual tendencies of compulsion, of having to do, and creating a resting place for the mind to pause
Villa St Martin Centre :  Montreal New Year 2016-17 Retreat
2017-01-01 Learning How to Operate at 5 Decibels 54:25
An explanation of hindrances and how they are conditioned by sense contact but amplified to fantastic proportions by shared social contact, “from 5 to 50 decibels”
Villa St Martin Centre :  Montreal New Year 2016-17 Retreat
2017-01-01 Guided Meditation: Letting Go of the Meditator 47:56
How to maintain the meditation; in Ajahn Sucitto’s words, “meditation is easy – it’s the meditator that complicates everything”
Villa St Martin Centre :  Montreal New Year 2016-17 Retreat
2016-12-31 Q&A: A Pearl of Hatred and the Phantom of Perception 56:40
Ajahn Sucitto answers questions on anger and revenge for past hurts; wholesome grieving; resistance to letting go of unskilful behaviours
Villa St Martin Centre :  Montreal New Year 2016-17 Retreat
2016-12-31 Mindfulness and Experiencing a Living Being 58:29
A truly excellent exploration of mindfulness, what it’s about, and how to get our minds around it
Villa St Martin Centre :  Montreal New Year 2016-17 Retreat

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