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2024-05-26 The inanimate and the animate 1:21:28
Ajahn Sucitto
Examining themes of the inanimate and the animate, Ajahn explores citta and provides walking meditation instructions.
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg Exploring Animate Reality

2024-05-04 Meditation instructions – sitting and walking 41:05
Ajahn Amaro, Ayya Khemakā
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Monastic Retreat

2024-03-28 Movement Practice, Reflections on Mettā, Walking Meditation Instructions 64:54
Laura Bridgman
This recording also includes Zohar Lavie.
Gaia House The Brahma Viharas: Our Heart's Innate Capacity for Love

2024-02-13 Q&A 49:32
Ajahn Sucitto
00:13 Q1 How can one develop self-love without being accused of being selfish? 08:33 Q2 How can I cope with repeating pain in the shoulders or back and strong surging of energy? Should one change position? 14:45 Q2 What is the purpose of being alive if not to experience the senses? Trying to dull out the senses to be mindful makes me wonder if we miss the true beauty of life. 27:40 Q3 I'm wondering about the effects of tension on the citta/ sensitivity. I'm aware of deep tension in my body which could have been there since childhood. Qigong and reclining meditation are good. 45:11 Q4 The manifestation of a category such as apple in your example, is that what is meant by nama? 47:25 Q5 What's a good balance of walking, standing and sitting?
Buddhist Retreat Centre, Ixopo, South Africa :  Regaining the Center

2024-02-12 Walking suggestions 6:13
Ajahn Sucitto
Ajahn models some key elements of walking meditation.
Buddhist Retreat Centre, Ixopo, South Africa :  Regaining the Center

2024-01-18 Walking Meditation Instruction 3:46
Nathan Glyde
Gaia House The Nearest Freedom

2024-01-06 Q&A 50:10
Ajahn Sucitto
Q1 In samadhi, kāyasankhāra unifies with cittasankhāra. In this state what does the citta feel like? 16:25 Q2 Having associated wanting with a negative connotation I have been habitually suppressing my wants/ desires so sometimes it is hard to know what I want when it comes to important decisions. 31:41 Q3 During meditation is it OK to let my body move back and forth as I feel being pulled by a subtle energy flow. 33:00 Q4 Regarding death practice, do you have any advice? 39:52 Q5 When one becomes too comfortable in walking it becomes monotonous and the mind becomes dull but that’s not what we want, right? Any suggestions? 43:07 Q6 How do we practice dhamma in our daily life, especially in a hectic environment?
Palilai Buddhist Temple :  Sharing Merit with the Broken Heart

2024-01-05 Q&A 44:43
Ajahn Sucitto
Q1 Can you explain more about patiggha phassa / impact on consciousness. 17:50 Q2 How do we link contact, impact and impression to cause and effect and the action we then take? 24:18 Q3 How do you know if a spiritual teacher is best for an individual? 29:11 Q4 I notice a good amount that you’ve taught us (like QiGong) is not dhamma but corroborates with Taoism and other traditions I may not be familiar with. How can we be sure to tell true dhamma from false dhamma. 37:30 Q5 How can we spread positive energy in a toxic environment? 43:11 Is it normal to feel wobbly / unbalanced during walking meditation?
Palilai Buddhist Temple :  Sharing Merit with the Broken Heart

2023-12-30 Qi Gong Practice; Walking Meditation Guidance 60:49
Jaya Rudgard
Gaia House New Year Retreat

2023-12-08 Instructions & Reflections - Ground, Breath, Body, Space 52:33
River Wolton
This recording includes Walking Meditation Instructions by Yanai Postelnik
Gaia House This Precious Human Life - Contemplating Our Mortality

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