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Dharma Talks
2022-04-25 The body is fragile. Give it back to nature 43:40
Ayya Santacitta
Guided meditation on body parts and emptiness
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Therīgāthā – Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhist Nuns: Monastic Retreat

2022-04-25 Poems and stories of the enlightened nuns. 58:45
Ayya Anandabodhi
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Therīgāthā – Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhist Nuns: Monastic Retreat

2022-04-24 Mahapajapati Gotami 41:46
Ayya Anandabodhi
Sharing the enlightenment poem and story of Mahapajapati, the aunt and adopted mother of the Buddha, and neither of the Bhikkhuni order
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Therīgāthā – Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhist Nuns: Monastic Retreat

2022-04-24 Guided Meditation for Experiencing Boundless Space (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 58:53
Phillip Moffitt
A step by step practice for directly experiencing boundless space
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Exploring Awareness: A Retreat for Experienced Practitioners

2022-04-24 Gliding through Life Transitions 56:47
Pawan Bareja
Spirit Rock Meditation Center BIPOC Voices - Series

2022-04-24 The One Unchanging Thing 46:28
Amita Schmidt
In times of difficulty and change, it is important to orient to what doesn't change, what is deathless. This talk gives you some tools/reminders on how to access the one unchanging thing. The talk also offers ways to unhook from your story and the mind's constant narrative.
Clintonville Sangha Ohio

2022-04-24 Radiant Metta meditation. 44:42
Ayya Anandabodhi
Introducing the radiant practice of Metta, a guided meditation
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Therīgāthā – Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhist Nuns: Monastic Retreat

2022-04-24 The sense of identity as a place to contemplate 39:14
Ajahn Sucitto
Contemplating the internal experience of “me” and the way “me” reacts with external phenomena reveals how our identity is constantly manufactured by our reactions. Widening and relaxing supports a heart that is modest, clear and open, without stress and without identity; a heart that can comfortably meet and deal with what arises.
London Insight Meditation Working with Identity

2022-04-24 Tonglen Meditation 19:32
Amita Schmidt
Tonglen is a guided meditation of Tibetan origin that is a reparative response to pain. It is a meditation that actually helps create connection in the midst of suffering. Tenzin Choedrak, during his time of torture, made a daily dedication, "May some human greatness be accomplished through this suffering."
Clintonville Sangha Ohio

2022-04-24 A path to the deathless 54:41
Ajahn Sucitto
Who or what you think you are is not your fundamental home. Learning to contemplate the citta/ mind/ heart and the five aggregates (form, consciousness, perceptions, feelings and mental formations) reveals a way to dismantle the driven ego and liberate the citta from aging, sickness and death.
London Insight Meditation Working with Identity

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