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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.
2017-12-24 Skilful Use of Puja 29:53
Phu Tara Faa :  December 2017 Retreat
2017-12-24 Morning Puja (English) 13:08
Ajahn leads the group chanting
Phu Tara Faa :  December 2017 Retreat
2017-12-23 Suitable Themes - Crystalizing the 1st Noble Truth 39:57
Phu Tara Faa :  December 2017 Retreat
2017-12-23 Standing Instructions 13:02
Phu Tara Faa :  December 2017 Retreat
2017-12-23 Nourishment and Natural Repose 59:57
Understanding Nourishment Processes and the natural repose state in the Practice.
Phu Tara Faa :  December 2017 Retreat
2017-12-22 Meditation Instructions 40:39
1. Remembering the Buddha’s instructions 2.(23.00)Cultivating mindfulness of body
Phu Tara Faa :  December 2017 Retreat
2017-12-22 Respect to the Shrine and 8 Precepts 13:25
Phu Tara Faa :  December 2017 Retreat
2017-12-22 Introduction 21:09
Phu Tara Faa :  December 2017 Retreat
2017-09-17 08 Relational Experience I Am 43:25
The sense of 'the other' is always a part of our experience, it's what consciousness does. Rather than giving attention to the other, practice with recognizing what the other signifies and what it activates in me.
London Insight :  "I" without "Am" … the Open Field of Mind
2017-09-17 07 Guided Meditation – Sensing the Body in Layers 40:29
In standing posture, begin with sensing the whole form – what’s around that and what’s in that. Body can be sensed in layers, starting with a basic sense of presence to the most primary level of “I am”, the sense of being a distinct object.
London Insight :  "I" without "Am" … the Open Field of Mind

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