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Dharma Talks
2024-04-21 Q&A 32:03
Ajahn Sucitto
Q1 How important is it to maintain continuity of the meditation object? 0857 Q2 I'm confused by the word citta. For a long time I thought it was the physical organ of the heart, but now I understand that it may be mind. Can you help please? 2334 Q3 you talked about adhiṭṭhāna, resolution as being as one way of manifesting accepting and bowing to all the negative and unskillful thoughts that kept rising in the mind. Can you elaborate on this please? 2521 Q4 what is the relationship or differences between viññāṇa (sense consciousness) and sati (awareness). 2724 Q5 Can you comment on scattering ashes of a body after cremation? Is this about attaching to a body?
Dhamma Stream Online Sessions

2024-04-21 Talk - Cultivating the Ground of Friendliness 55:21
River Wolton
Gaia House A Path of Connection - Young Person's Retreat

2024-04-21 GM - The ending of the residues 12:13
Ajahn Sucitto
Dhamma Stream Online Sessions

2024-04-21 Sila (Caring) 1:23:13
Zohar Lavie
This session includes a guided practice, Dharma reflection, and the answers to (unrecorded) questions from participants.
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - April 2024

2024-04-21 Suffering and the Ending of Suffering 18:51
Ayya Anandabodhi
The Buddha said, "I teach two things, suffering and the ending of suffering". A deep dive into how we create suffering in ourselves and in the world and a pointer to the way out of this pattern.
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Loving and Letting Go

2024-04-21 Teachings From the Birds 27:18
Ayya Anandabodhi
Sometimes we get caught up in things that are better left alone, creating unnecessary stress. Other times, our stresses can be part of the natural process of growth.
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Loving and Letting Go

2024-04-21 A Ray of the Absolute 22:20
Ayya Medhanandi
Just as the sun is eclipsed by the moon passing over it, so the mind is submerged in 'totality' due to the veil of our human conditioning. But we can shatter that darkness by diving deeply with moral vigilance and wise attention into the silence of the mind. There we know suffering, how it begins and the exhilarating joy of witnessing its end in the vastness of the heart's inner dimensions. With unshakeable faith, insight, and understanding, we abide in that sacred space of pure awareness and unconditional love – like the sun freed from the shadow of the moon.
Sati Saraniya Hermitage

2024-04-21 Moving from our Head to our Heart 33:13
Ayya Anandabodhi
The most important journey you will ever make is that journey from your head to your heart. A guided meditation into connection and presence.
Cloud Mountain Retreat Center Loving and Letting Go

2024-04-21 Instructions - Meeting Ourselves with Kind Spaciousness, Gently Questioning. 37:41
Bernat Font
Gaia House A Path of Connection - Young Person's Retreat

2024-04-21 Morning Instructions, Guided Meditation, Daily Life Pratice Instructions. 1:16:28
Gavin Milne
Relaxing into practice, taking care of the causes of awakening and freedom. To support this - refreshing wise attitude, keeping Yoniso manasikāra simple, and seeing the eight worldly winds. Embracing the first three factors of awakening, as the ones we always have some agency in. Linking them to connecting with the vertical. Relating to the next four factors, more as results of the first three - qualities of our depth. Guided meditation, exploring experience through the senses, and how things build from the raw sense contact. The imminence of all experience through the senses, and becoming curious about the feeling tone of all sense contact. Including feeling the experience of craving and aversion, as the 'suffering that leads to the end of suffering'. Embracing continuity of practice. Including the ways in which we lose our way - and taking ourselves less personally.
Gaia House Awakening in the World (1) - Establishing the Timeless Refuge of Awareness (online series)

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