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Dharma Talks
2020-06-30 Cultivating Patience 45:06
  Shaila Catherine
Shaila Catherine discusses the importance of patience in our practice. This talk explores benefits, opportunities, and challenges that we experience when cultivating this often under appreciated virtue of patience.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley

2020-06-28 Five Elements & Awareness 33:09
  Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation ~ What Compels You to Practice? ~ Retreat for White Heron Sangha
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-28 'Bitter Medicine' 37:48
  Ayya Santacitta
Five Subjects for Frequent Recollection ~ What Compels You to Practice? ~ Retreat for White Heron Sangha
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-28 Dhamma Stream Online Puja: Training in Mutuality-Based Speech Lessens Self-Centeredness 48:16
  Ajahn Sucitto
Speech, whether internal or external, tends to reinforce and reify the sense of self. Self-awareness, rather than self-referencing, is recommended. Speech has the possibility of helping to prune, clarify, steady – it can help lead to the end of the person. Sutta references: AN4:183; M.58:12
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-28 All Community Gathering 46:06
  Bob Stahl
Insight Santa Cruz community gathering
Insight Santa Cruz

2020-06-28 Dhamma Stream Guided Meditation - Settling into Shared Space 13:17
  Ajahn Sucitto
The mind becomes crowded with our thoughts, impressions, plans and worries. But what’s the bit that’s not occupied by all of that? Stability and confidence are available in that space, to meet what is arising.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-27 Overview of 'The Work' 22:34
  Ayya Santacitta
The 4 Foundations of Mindfulness & the 4 Vipallasa ~ What Compels You to Practice? ~ Retreat for White Heron Sangha
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-27 Earth Element - Internally and Externally 49:27
  Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation on the 4 Foundations of Mindfulness ~ What Compels You to Practice? ~ Retreat for White Heron Sangha
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-27 Reflections on Dismantling Internal & External Oppression 28:48
  Ayya Anandabodhi
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-27 Our Attitude Towards Meditation 27:50
  Ajahn Punnadhammo
Arrow River Forest Hermitage

2020-06-27 Inner and Outer Interact at the Point of Contact 32:25
  Venerable Dhammadipa
Guided meditation on the 6 senses, contact, impermanence, ends with chant of the 5 subjects for frequent recollection and a traditional Theravada blessing in English, chanting together with Ayya Santacitta. Offered as part of an online weekend retreat with White Heron Sangha.
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-24 Meditation: Body and Spirit 19:21
  Tara Brach
As we relax and awaken through our physical body, we discover the formless dimension of awareness or spirit that permeates all of life. This meditation includes a poem from Mary Oliver.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-06-24 Spiritual Hope 52:53
  Tara Brach
Spiritual hope opens us to possibility and energizes us to manifest our potential for love and wisdom. In contrast to attachment or egoic hope, which is the grasping for what will benefit a separate self, spiritual hope arises from trust in the openhearted awareness (bodhichitta) that is always and already within us. This talk explores how, as individuals and as a society, we can nourish spiritual hope, and create the grounds for healing and radical transformation.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-06-24 Generating the Hope 16:27
  George Mumford
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2020-06-24 Buddhist Practice and the Transformation of Racism 2 65:20
  Donald Rothberg
Traditional Buddhist training occurs through development in wisdom, ethics, and meditation. We use this model to help us to understand Buddhist practice that aims to transform racism. We start by reviewing briefly the first three perspectives offered in the previous week, which fall under training in wisdom. Then we look at how ethical practice and in particular the practice of non-harming can be the basis for action, based on an understanding of ethical practice as guiding both one's personal behavior and one's responses to harm in one's communities and society. Lastly, we explore meditative training and how in particular mindfulness and compassion play central roles in the transformation of racism.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2020-06-22 Racism and Dharma Practice 30:26
  Brian Lesage
This talk explores the dynamics of Racism and bringing our practice of the Dharma to these dynamics.
Flagstaff Insight Meditation Community FIMC Monday Night Talks

2020-06-21 Investigation of the Breath 50:14
  Venerable Dhammadipa
a guided meditation given as part of the Third Sunday program with the Aloka Vihara community that usually meets at Berkeley Buddhist Monastery. June 2020
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-21 Kamma Matters 46:38
  Venerable Dhammadipa
This is a talk on karma, the 5 precepts, right speech, Black Lives Matter, and the #MeToo movement.
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-21 Dhamma Stream Online Puja: Nibbidā – Turning Away from Conditioned Consciousness 45:28
  Ajahn Sucitto
An untrained mind has no choice, it goes straight into dukkha; the trained mind has the possibility to turn away from patterns that the mind creates. The hinge-point is nibbidā – disinterest, disenchantment – to no longer be gripped by the play of the mind. Through this, mental patterns can be acknowledged as they arise but not entered into. Through remaining with dispassionate awareness, liberation can be realized. *Sutta references - AN10:2; SN35:28
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-21 Four Elements in Every Cell of the Body 21:04
  Venerable Dhammadipa
A guided meditation given as part of the Third Sunday program hosted by San Francisco Dharma Collective.
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-21 Know the Right Time for Right Speech 28:49
  Venerable Dhammadipa
This talk was given as part of the Third Sunday program hosted by San Francisco Dharma Collective.
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2020-06-21 The Teachings in Brief for Troubled Hearts in Troubled Times - Meditation 34:12
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-06-21 The Teachings in Brief for Troubled Hearts in Troubled Time - Talk 42:20
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-06-21 Dhamma Stream Guided Meditation: Surveying the Movements of Mind and Body 10:05
  Ajahn Sucitto
Instructions for surveying the movements of mind and body from a wider, detached perspective. See the patterns that arise without fixating on them. Topics can then be approached from a more enlightened perspective.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-20 Vipassana Meditation 34:09
  Ajahn Punnadhammo
Arrow River Forest Hermitage

2020-06-20 When Fear Dies 61:24
  Ayya Medhanandi
In the Sallekha Sutta, MN 8, the Buddha teaches us how not to imitate the faults of others, and how to be fearless in the good and vanquish unwholesome mental habits. We start where we are and trust the path, learning to live wisely, to glimpse the fruits of letting go, reaching for the farther shore so that when fear dies, unconditional love will prevail. A talk given online during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Madison Insight Meditation Group

2020-06-20 Mantra of Compassion 14:15
  Ayya Medhanandi
Fear is the absence of love. Our inner purification is a movement away from fear to the embodiment of pure love - even to love the dying moment. We grow in stillness and peace as if sailing an ocean of joy, in the peace of the mind's deepest waters where we can touch the Deathless. A guided meditation and reflections offered during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Madison Insight Meditation Group

2020-06-18 Racism and White Privilege - Part 3: Working with Guilt and Shame 52:18
  James Baraz
The Buddha spoke of hiri and ottappa (Shame and Dread) as "The Guardians of the World." These are considered two wholesome states as they can prevent us from engaging in unskillful actions. But guilt and shame associated with internalized racism can paralyze us or put up walls of resistance. This is especially true if we take those feelings personally and blame ourselves for the cultural conditioning we're shaped by. How can we work skillfully with those natural and understandable reactions?
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2020-06-17 Meditation: Embodied Metta 19:35
  Tara Brach
Lovingkindness becomes full when it is energetically experienced in our bodies. This meditation guides us in awakening the receptivity, warmth and openness of metta through our body, and then invites us to rest in the space of loving presence, as we open to whatever arises.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-06-17 Sustaining Our Caring 39:45
  Tara Brach
All transformation arises out of love; it is the energy of caring about life that moves us toward inner, relational and societal healing. With a primary focus on our radically re-enlivened movement for racial justice and equity, this talk looks at ways of remembering what matters and consciously nourishing our care.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-06-17 Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery Public Talk: Guide to Unrestricted Awareness 1:15:59
  Ajahn Sucitto
A good teacher (Acariya) encourages and pushes the mind of the disciple away from the changeable world presented by sense-consciousness, to the more fruitful reality that’s centred on Dhamma. In this talk, the principles of this are pointed out, and as exemplified by Ajahn Chah. This talk was offered on Ajahn
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-17 Buddhist Practice and the Transformation of Racism 1: Five Perspectives 66:26
  Donald Rothberg
We open up five perspectives, the first three of which have more to do with understanding and the last two of which have more to do with practice and action. The five perspectives are: (1) remembering the Buddha's elimination of caste within his community; (2) understanding how greed, hatred (including racism), and delusion are not just personal but are also institutionalized; (3) understanding through looking at US history how race is a construction (with terrible consequences)-- both initially in the 17th century and later, commonly linked with divide-and-conquer strategies by those with economic and political power; (4) how our ethical practice calls us not just not to harm in our personal actions, but also not to let harm be done by others; and (5) the identification of different dimensions of transformative practice. The talk is followed by discussion.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2020-06-16 Keeping the practice simple...Keep going (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 53:09
  Alexis Santos
Reflection and guided sitting
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awareness and Wisdom: An Insight Retreat in the Style of Sayadaw U Tejaniya

2020-06-16 Awareness and wise attitude (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 53:00
  Carol Wilson
Reflection and sitting
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awareness and Wisdom: An Insight Retreat in the Style of Sayadaw U Tejaniya

2020-06-15 Aware of Awareness (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 46:54
  Andrea Fella
Guided Reflection
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awareness and Wisdom: An Insight Retreat in the Style of Sayadaw U Tejaniya

2020-06-15 How Momentum Builds in our Awareness Practice (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 53:40
  Mark Nunberg
Guided Reflection and Talk
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awareness and Wisdom: An Insight Retreat in the Style of Sayadaw U Tejaniya

2020-06-14 Talking About Emptiness 29:37
  Ajahn Punnadhammo
Arrow River Forest Hermitage

2020-06-14 Dhamma Stream Online Puja: Doing the Not-Doing 43:08
  Ajahn Sucitto
It’s the compulsiveness and repetitiveness of certain actions that creates the sense of a solid self. So we aim for the end of action, for non-doing, and linger there. Keep relaxing and widening awareness without acting. Energy is released from activations – this is the ending of kamma. *Sutta Reference: AN10:81
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-14 Dhamma Stream Online Puja: Guided Meditation – Awareness Has No Boundary 11:04
  Ajahn Sucitto
Awareness is open – it simply knows and can witness. If we can widen and broaden awareness, we don’t have to get snagged by the circumstances of our “self-package”.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-14 Morning instruction (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 56:44
  Carol Wilson
Reflections and sitting
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awareness and Wisdom: An Insight Retreat in the Style of Sayadaw U Tejaniya

2020-06-14 Neurodharma: Science, Wisdom, and Seven Practices of the Highest Happiness 4:13:06
  Rick Hanson
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2020-06-13 Understanding Wise Effort (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 46:45
  Mark Nunberg
Guided Reflection and Talk
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awareness and Wisdom: An Insight Retreat in the Style of Sayadaw U Tejaniya

2020-06-13 Morning instruction (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 46:08
  Alexis Santos
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awareness and Wisdom: An Insight Retreat in the Style of Sayadaw U Tejaniya

2020-06-13 Nature Radiance: The Freedom of Awareness 3:39:38
  Mark Coleman
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2020-06-13 שלושת מאפייני החוויה 65:23
  Zohar Lavie
Hebrew - Three Characteristics - Guided Meditation and Talk
Sangha Seva קבוצת ישיבה אונליין בתובנה

2020-06-12 Sharing the Merit 7:26
  Nathan Glyde
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-12 Transition Talk 13:44
  Nathan Glyde
Don’t end (transition, as you continue where you are); Don’t waste/squander (like dark chocolate and fine art): Don’t rush (always go slower and give more time than you think you need); Don’t limit (self, practice, come to all of life).
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-12 Practicing and Awakening in the World 36:41
  Zohar Lavie
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-12 Dana Practice Guidelines 25:19
  Zohar Lavie
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-12 Checking the Attitude (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 39:01
  Andrea Fella
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Awareness and Wisdom: An Insight Retreat in the Style of Sayadaw U Tejaniya

2020-06-12 Day 5 Meditation Instructions - Mettā to All Appearances 49:02
  Nathan Glyde
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-11 Racism and White Privilege with Special Guest Deb Kerr - Part 2 57:13
  James Baraz
We will continue our exploration of Racial Justice and White Privilege with Deb Kerr. who led us in a rich discussion last week. Deb is a core teacher at East Bay Meditation Center where she is a co-founder of EBMC and has served on the EBMC Board. Deb will offer teachings on how educating ourselves about race relates to and is an extension of dharma practice and how it connects the dots to the larger picture of systemic change.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2020-06-11 The Happiness of Path & Goal 43:48
  Nathan Glyde
With respect to all those who suffer, struggle, or have far to go, this talk explores the beneficial power of finding well-being through how we live, relate, and conceive. May it serve us to serve others, and help make a more beautiful and equitable world for all beings.
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-11 27 guided meditation: equanimity as spaciousness 28:30
  Jill Shepherd
Orienting to space within and outside the body as a support for resting the mind into equanimity
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-11 25: guided meditation cultivating mudita 28:38
  Jill Shepherd
Beginning by orienting to pleasant feeling-tones in the body as a way in to the experience of appreciation, then opening to other aspects of one's life that are going well, and noticing the effect of mudita on the body, heart and mind
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-11 24 instructions: mudita practice 13:28
  Jill Shepherd
How mudita, appreciative joy, can be an antidote to "mana" or comparing mind, and in the context of Insight Dialogue practice, can help reduce self-consciousness in dyad (pairs) practice
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-11 Day 4 Meditation Instructions - Releasing Dukkha 56:13
  Zohar Lavie
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-10 23 talk: Seven factors of Awakening 43:53
  Jill Shepherd
An overview of the seven factors of awakening, and how to practice with more refined states of mind
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-10 Meditation: Inner Refuge of Calm 21:09
  Tara Brach
In times of great stress, it’s crucial that we have pathways to quiet our minds, relax our bodies and rest in a calm, steady presence. This meditation guides us in using the breath, body scan, and a home base of presence to find that inner refuge that can carry us through difficult times.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-06-10 Meditation: Meeting Anger with Awareness 15:15
  Tara Brach
When anger is held in mindfulness, it can energize us to respond wisely to challenging situations. This meditation guides us in meeting personal or societal anger with RAIN – recognize, allow, investigate and nurture. [NOTE: this meditation was given at the end of Tara’s Anger and Transformation talk on 2020-06-10. A brief context is given, then the meditation begins at 4:56.]
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-06-10 Anger and Transformation 49:21
  Tara Brach
The purpose of anger is to let us know there’s an obstacle to our wellbeing, and to energize us to act. While natural and necessary for survival and thriving, this powerful energy often possesses us and leads to suffering. This talk explores how we can use the RAIN meditation in our personal and societal life, to meet anger with a mindful, compassionate presence. Freed from the identification with a limited, separate reactive self, we can listen to the message of anger, draw on the purity of its energy, and respond from our natural intelligence, creativity and care.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2020-06-10 Exploring Aging, Sickness and Death as Transformative Practices 39:13
  Matthew Daniell
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2020-06-10 Smoothing the Bumpy Ride 47:28
  Zohar Lavie
Looking at how dukkha is constructed/fabricated, and finding skilful ease through ways of relating.
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-10 Opening to Joy and Difficulty 42:37
  Zohar Lavie
Muditā and Karuṇā
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-10 Day 3 Meditation Instructions - Vedanā 51:26
  Nathan Glyde
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-09 20 talk: wisdom and compassion 48:03
  Jill Shepherd
How insight and the heart qualities of kindness, compassion, appreciative joy and equanimity balance each other out to support the development of deep freedom
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-09 Where Is This Going? 39:04
  Nathan Glyde
A talk about the directionality of our thinking, based on the wisdom of the two sorts of thinking sutta (MN19). With less identification, and a sense of supporting samadhi, we can navigate the world of the heart-mind.
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-09 Harvesting the Fruits of Our Practice (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 45:10
  Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation on the 7 factors of Awakening & Letting Go
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-09 Intro to Mettā as Welcoming, Allowing, Opening to More 38:38
  Nathan Glyde
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-09 18 guided meditation: practising with thoughts and emotions 26:12
  Jill Shepherd
Beginning by steadying the awareness on the breath and physical sensations, then opening to include sounds, then thoughts and emotions
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-09 22 guided meditation: compassion and self-compassion 17:03
  Jill Shepherd
Beginning with compassion for someone we're close to who's experiencing some kind of pain, then extending compassion to ourselves, our co-meditators and all living beings
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-09 17 instructions: mindfulness of the mind 14:52
  Jill Shepherd
Instructions for practising with mindfulness of thoughts and emotions
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-09 21 instructions: practising compassion 2:30
  Jill Shepherd
A short introduction to practising compassion and self compassion
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-09 The Four Foundations Are a Complete Support (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 12:17
  Venerable Dhammadipa
Contemplation of dhammas, 7 factors of awakening, bringing all the foundations of mindfulness to bear on the Path
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-09 Finding Balance through the Breath (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 36:54
  Ayya Anandabodhi
Guided Meditation
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-09 Day 2 Meditation Instructions - Openness with the Unpleasant 63:15
  Zohar Lavie
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-08 16 talk: befriending the mind 43:27
  Jill Shepherd
Exploring Mindfulness of the Mind as a means to develop a friendlier and more skilful relationship with our thoughts, emotions, moods and mind-states
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-08 Ways of Well-Being 45:57
  Zohar Lavie
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-08 Immeasurable Metta for Nourishing the Heart (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 45:40
  Venerable Dhammadipa
Guided meditation on radiating metta
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-08 Guided Stretched Awareness Meditation 39:00
  Zohar Lavie
By opening the space of awareness actively we can engender more wellbeing and enjoyable energy into our practice.
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-08 15 guided meditation: opening to sounds 28:49
  Jill Shepherd
Beginning with mindfulness of breathing to steady the awareness, then opening to physical sensations throughout the body, then opening to the experience of hearing, staying present to sounds as they arise and pass away
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-08 14 instructions: opening up the field of awareness to include hearing 11:48
  Jill Shepherd
Incorporating sounds into mindfulness practice
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

2020-06-08 Knowing the Mind (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 30:11
  Ayya Anandabodhi
Third Foundation of Mindfulness
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-08 A Bigger Context (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 51:03
  Ayya Santacitta
Guided meditation on elements, feelingtones, compassion & impermanence (four foundations of mindfulness)
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-08 Day 1 Instructions - Opening the Space of Awareness 53:19
  Nathan Glyde
Playfully exploring breath or sounds to open experience–easing the dukkha of contraction.
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-07 Upanisa Sutta 21:48
  Ajahn Punnadhammo
Arrow River Forest Hermitage

2020-06-07 Dhamma Stream Online Puja: Q&A - Do Your Dharma 42:56
  Ajahn Sucitto
Reflections given on questions about how to deal with other people, the social order based on human domination, and how to practice with sickness.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-07 Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery Online Lay Forum: Q&A on Kamma 42:41
  Ajahn Sucitto
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-07 Coming to Life with Equipoise 44:45
  Nathan Glyde
There are many ways to come to life: exploring freedom from…, relating well with…, and multiple ways of liberating peace and joy in life.
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-07 Contemplation of Vedana (feeling tone) as a Support for Liberation (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 1:12:42
  Ayya Anandabodhi
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-07 Guided Meditation and Walking Instructions 26:31
  Zohar Lavie
Nirodha Insight Meditation in Finland Coming to Life - Waking up and getting intimate with existence

2020-06-07 Three Kinds of Vedana (feeling tone) (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 45:17
  Ayya Anandabodhi
Guided body sweeping meditation.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-07 Dhamma Stream Online Puja: Guided Meditation 9:57
  Ajahn Sucitto
Instructions for widening the reference point, and notice that everything arises within awareness. Practice being with, not in.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-07 Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery Online Lay Forum: Kamma 17:46
  Ajahn Sucitto
Kamma – what it is, how it works, and why understanding it is crucial
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-07 Intimacy and Non-attachment as Refuge - Guided Meditation 37:09
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-06-07 Intimacy and Nonattachment as Refuge Talk 38:43
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2020-06-07 Getting a Handle on Complexity (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 29:39
  Ayya Santacitta
Identifying feelingtones instead of being triggered into reactivity.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-07 Feelings at the Six Sense Gates (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 51:20
  Venerable Dhammadipa
Guided meditation on vedana (feeling tone) as it is experienced with sense contact
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-07 Dhamma Stream Online Puja: Guided Meditation 9:57
  Ajahn Sucitto
Instructions for widening the reference point, and notice that everything arises within awareness. Practice being with, not in.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-06-06 07 talk: mindfulness and clear comprehension 24:08
  Jill Shepherd
Exploring a variety of definitions of mindfulness, highlighting the aspect of clear comprehension as a support for insight, ending with dyad (pairs) practice investigating the experience of mindfulness in the moment
Auckland Insight Meditation Insight Meditation + Insight Dialogue seven-day retreat

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