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Dharma Talks
2022-10-13 L’universel et l’éphémère (Rimouski) 58:35
Pascal Auclair
True North Insight TNI Regular Talks

2022-10-14 Guided Standing and Sitting 38:28
Ajahn Sucitto
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg Love is the Breath of Life

2022-10-14 On Food Offering 7:42
Ajahn Sucitto
Meal time is an opportunity for mindfulness around making choices and appreciating the act of generosity involved. Physical aspects of offering and receiving.
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg Love is the Breath of Life

2022-10-14 Dharma and Recovery 59:03
Kevin Griffin
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Dharma and Recovery

2022-10-14 Reflections on the Heart and Silent Meditation 17:06
Ajahn Sucitto
We use the body to help the heart open from withdrawn states. What is felt, what is sensed? Linger in that territory and keep noticing.
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg Love is the Breath of Life

2022-10-14 Settling in-Find Balance and Contentment 50:59
Ajahn Sucitto
Adjusting to the external space, getting comfortable in yourself, find the place internally where you can be okay with what's happening externally and internally. Focus on this and make much of it, experiencing the body's energy flows.
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg Love is the Breath of Life

2022-10-14 Welcome and Opening Talk 63:33
Catherine McGee, Yahel Avigur
Gaia House Compassion, Beauty and Imagination

2022-10-14 Understanding Recollection of Buddha Dhamma Sangha 19:33
Ajahn Sucitto
Chanting is painting an image with sound. What do we mean by Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha? Why are they important? Using the traditional forms wisely.
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg Love is the Breath of Life

2022-10-14 Meditation on the arising of desire, Dhamma talk Part 4 on Satipaṭṭhāna: Principles (dhammā) 1:27:36
Bhante Sujato
Meditation on the arising of desire, the drivers of thought rather than getting caught in thought. Dhamma talk Part 4 on Satipaṭṭhāna: Principles (dhammā). The 5 hindrances and 7 awakening factors common to all versions of Satipaṭṭhāna. The novelty of this section builds on the previous sections and introduces causality; where the arising of things like desire come from, as well as how they come to end, and how they don't arise again using both observation and inference. Dhamma as natural principles that describe how the world works.
Lokanta Vihara

2022-10-14 The five daily recollections. 49:28
Caroline Jones
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2022 at IMS - Forest Refuge

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