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Dharma Talks
2021-11-26 Refuges and five precepts 6:19
Ajahn Sucitto
Bodhi College Breathing to Liberation (Ānāpāṇasati)

2021-11-26 Closing remarks – Refuge in this very body and mind 16:37
Ajahn Sucitto
This is a practice that bears great fruit. In the long run it makes you into a more wakeful, less tense person. Take some time to recollect it. Put aside what you don’t need and focus on what’s absolutely essential – presence and awareness. In this very body and mind you have the perfect system to practice, and to develop the boundless heart.
Bodhi College Breathing to Liberation (Ānāpāṇasati)

2021-11-26 Transforming Unwholesome Karma Through Compassion (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 46:34
Thanissara
The mutability of karma. An act of beauty in a war zone. Moments of connection with wildlife. Compassion meditation for ancestors, those in our near relational field, future generations and all beings.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Journey into Refuge, Presence, and Love

2021-11-26 Equanimity. 51:40
Caroline Jones
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge November 2021 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2021-11-26 Holding Our Suffering: Turning to the Sacred, Turning to the Collective (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 47:45
Dawn Mauricio
The state of the world is getting more intense, more extreme, more divided. It is undeniable that we need to do things differently, including thinking we can do it all on our own.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Journey into Refuge, Presence, and Love

2021-11-27 Reflections on equanimity 12:27
Caroline Jones
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge November 2021 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2021-11-27 Morning Sit with Instruction 49:55
Dawn Mauricio
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Journey into Refuge, Presence, and Love

2021-11-27 Kuan Yin Compassion Ceremony (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 1:30:02
Kittisaro & Thanissara
Kuan Yin Compassion Ceremony
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Journey into Refuge, Presence, and Love

2021-11-27 Reflections on the path of practice, Karma and Equanimity 50:47
Gulwinder Singh
on the last night of the retreat we reflected on the path of practice, the fruits that spontaneously emerge from practice, how are actions of body speech and mind, the Buddha called karma, influences everything. the talk ends with some reflections on equanimity and the skillful work we can do to balance our practice with where we are in terms of the three marks of existence.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Journey into Refuge, Presence, and Love

2021-11-28 The Relationship Between Wakefulness and Love 54:47
Yanai Postelnik
Gaia House November Solitary Retreat

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