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Dharma Talks
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

2022-04-24 Mountains Are Only Heavy if You Try to Lift Them: Understanding the Buddha's Wisdom – Meditation 35:34
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course: Sensuality, Craving, Contentment and Dispassion

2022-04-24 Mountains Are Only Heavy if You Try to Lift Them: Understanding the Buddha's Wisdom – Talk 35:17
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2022-04-24 A Boundless Passion 1:28:15
Nathan Glyde
A guided meditation sending mettā and compassion to phenomena (rather than beings). Then a reflection and discussion about what insights, wisdom, and well-being, we feel from this kind of practice. Plus, where further can this practice take us. For more, see my upcoming course at Gaia House: https://gaiahouse.co.uk/programme-2022/wisdom-of-compassion/
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Apr 2022

2022-04-24 Harmony practice 30:27
Ajahn Sucitto
A guided chanting / sound exercise to generate internal harmony and harmony with others.
London Insight Meditation Working with Identity

2022-04-24 Recognition and probing 58:17
Ayya Santacitta
The five hindrances are fuel for developing the seven factors of awakening
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Therīgāthā – Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhist Nuns: Monastic Retreat

2022-04-23 What does identity have to do with practice? 56:18
Ajahn Sucitto
Identity is actually a process of making a self through clinging to what mind creates through contact with our environment and other people. This process comes down to the interplay of form, consciousness, perceptions, feelings and mental formations – the aggregates (khandha) But am I really any part of this? Investigation allows us to unclog the heart and release the inherent suffering. Ajahn recommends walking as a way of experiencing flow and fluidity. No identity is needed!
London Insight Meditation Working with Identity

2022-04-23 Fine-tuning and strengthening the mind 42:10
Ayya Santacitta
Connected, yet spacious and balanced. Guided meditation on the seven factors of awakening
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Therīgāthā – Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhist Nuns: Monastic Retreat

2022-04-23 What is our identity? 50:56
Ajahn Sucitto
Investigation reveals this to be a mix of causes and conditions (inherited karma) along with actions and attitudes established through compulsive reactions. Using the Buddha's core teaching of the dukkha/ suffering that comes with clinging, we learn to use the feelings in the body as a guide to allow us to move out of this programmed self.
London Insight Meditation Working with Identity

2022-04-23 Guided Meditation 43:02
Ajahn Sucitto
Guided sitting and standing
London Insight Meditation Working with Identity

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