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Dharma Talks
2021-08-08 Wie beziehe ich mich zu meiner Erfahrung? 48:41
Ayya Santacitta
Theravada Gruppe Salzburg
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-08-08 Medizin gegen Anhaften 39:35
Ayya Santacitta
Geführte Meditation | Theravada Gruppe Salzburg
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-08-08 Wie können wir das befreiende Potential der Erwachungsfaktoren erschliessen? 17:44
Ayya Santacitta
Theravada Gruppe Salzburg
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-08-08 Loslassen ist das Resultat von Klarsicht/Einsicht 22:29
Ayya Santacitta
Geführte Meditation | Theravada Gruppe Salzburg
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-08-08 Sympathetic Joy: Shared Joy Is Twice The Joy 40:33
Dawn Mauricio
True North Insight Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour Retreat

2021-08-08 Right Speech & Mindful Speech 1:34:24
Eugene Cash
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community SFI Sunday Nights

2021-08-09 Well-being is the shape of heart 43:03
Ajahn Sucitto
The heart takes shape based on certain activations. We can train to avoid certain intentions and actions that make for either a shaky insecure heartone or one stuck with pain. A wise person concerned for their welfare cultivates a citta that is open, spacious, not hankering, not resisting. We begin to reset how our world feels and how we feel about ourselves. This is our treasure.
Sunyata Buddhist Centre :  Open Stability

2021-08-09 Guided Meditation - Samadhi is harmony 29:47
Ajahn Sucitto
When we establish steadiness of body, citta returns to being embodied because that’s its home base. With steadiness and comfort, pressure is released in both body and heart. Cultivate like this and the self-referencing can disappear; then there’s just witnessing. When body and heart are held together in harmony – this is samādhi.
Sunyata Buddhist Centre :  Open Stability

2021-08-09 No person, no problem 33:11
Ajahn Sucitto
Citta’s tendency is to grasp onto phenomena, seeking stability in the ever-changing nature of things. Citta can also respond to phenomena with mindfulness — an open attention that allows things to do what they do and move through. When the constant seeking abates, a pleasant abiding place remains. This is where true stability is found.
Sunyata Buddhist Centre :  Open Stability

2021-08-09 Walking through your identity 8:27
Ajahn Sucitto
In walking meditation, move through the identifiable world. Feel its resonances and triggerings and keep walking, see them as changing flickering phenomena. Maintain a steadiness as you walk through your world – it’s not actually yours, it’s always going its own way.
Sunyata Buddhist Centre :  Open Stability

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