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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.
2016-09-11 Returning to Our Natural State 42:59
Intro & Guided Meditation: Embodiment is a touchstone for deep sanity where we come back to our fundamental senses. It is a domain we cannot be separated from, though we separate ourselves from it.
London Insight :  Guided by Nature
2016-09-10 Walking with Nowhere to Go 5:05
Walking Meditation Instructions: Customarily, walking is about 'getting somewhere', but in walking meditation there's nowhere to go. Widen the perceptual field like a bubble and tune into how the body walks.
London Insight :  Guided by Nature
2016-09-10 Tuning in to the Soft Intelligence of the Body 55:14
Guided Meditation Body: When the held places in the body relax, energy shifts into a receptive state where many fine intelligences exist. Experiment with the power and gift of energies in the hands.
London Insight :  Guided by Nature
2016-09-10 Embodiment as Basic Sanity 34:59
We can use the body as a means to pause from immediate reactions and perceptions. From this place we can extend, allowing a shift so that something more compassionate, spacious, and authentic can arise.
London Insight :  Guided by Nature
2016-09-10 Ground, Balance and Wholeness 33:10
Guided Sitting Meditation: (Guidance begins at 10 min, and then again at 25 min) Ask the body to align and find balance, then allow it to happen through vitality versus will power. Look for wholeness with regards to physical pain: rather than splitting into a 'me' who has a stiff shoulder – can it be included?
London Insight :  Guided by Nature
2016-09-10 The Body's Intelligence 28:29
Standing Meditation: The body has an intelligence that can't be figured out by the mind. It can find the place of least stress and effort, and establish balance. In this way, embodiment moderates the mind.
London Insight :  Guided by Nature
2016-09-10 Let Nature Take Its Course - Don't Interfere 46:29
When we project forward into an imagined future – a "tele-reality" – this interferes with our natural sanity. When this tele-program is unplugged, empathy, ethical sense, and wisdom grow.
London Insight :  Guided by Nature
2016-09-10 Embodied Presence is Always Here 17:05
Intro & Guided Meditation: Embodiment is not the visual or notional form of the body, but a domain of sensations, pressures, temperatures, and movements. When attention is turned to this embodied experience and we relax what doesn't need to be activated, calm and sensitivity are naturally generated.
London Insight :  Guided by Nature
2016-06-16 Puja - Arising with Boundless Heart 35:02
Madison Insight Meditation Group :  Beyond Time and Space
2016-06-16 Dhamma Talk - Self, Non-Self and the Measureless Qualities 47:12
Madison Insight Meditation Group :  Beyond Time and Space

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