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2022-12-06 Knowing the citta 44:03
Ajahn Sucitto
This embodiment practice is for simplification, a pruning that reveals harmony and harmlessness. It’s not a technique to achieve something.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge Mapping the Territory: New Light on the Satipatthana

2022-12-06 The Five Khandhas and the Three Characteristics 42:41
Ajahn Amaro
Deer Park Institute :  Sakkāydițțhi — ‘Self-View’, the First Obstacle to Enlightenment

2022-12-06 Citta processes and awareness 57:18
Ajahn Sucitto
Citta is central to our experience of life and can be experienced separately from the energies and moods it is so involved with. It's a kind of '"awareing" that can be contemplated as sense data lands.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge ORIGINAL RECORDINGS, TO BE EDITED - Ajahn Sucitto at IMS-FR

2022-12-06 Morning Sit: On Your Dying Bed (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 43:56
Sayadaw U Jagara
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Befriending Mortality: Living an Awakened Life through Mindfulness of Death (Maranasati)

2022-12-06 Q&A 17:48
Ajahn Amaro
Questions are précised - 00:22 Regarding loving kindness, it is possible to love without liking. Does it involve dana? Is it possible to love without emulating? 14:31 Q2 You were saying that to reduce ego should be a process. But ego is also a driver. If we try and be something different is it driven by the ego? [the answer to this question and the file end abruptly].
Deer Park Institute :  Sakkāydițțhi — ‘Self-View’, the First Obstacle to Enlightenment

2022-12-06 Instructions and Meditation - Mindfulness of Mind (cittānupassanā) 57:13
Bernat Font
Gaia House The Path of Mindfulness

2022-12-06 Aspects of Vipassana 39:00
Ajahn Amaro
Deer Park Institute :  Sakkāydițțhi — ‘Self-View’, the First Obstacle to Enlightenment

2022-12-06 Walking Meditation 2:47
Ajahn Amaro
Deer Park Institute :  Sakkāydițțhi — ‘Self-View’, the First Obstacle to Enlightenment

2022-12-06 Q&A 57:57
Ajahn Amaro
Questions are précised - 00:15 Q1 How do we dislodge the idea of a self. Also you say there is an experience without an experiencer. Can you elaborate? 14:34 Q2 You spoke of Ajahn Mun’s teaching on the deathless dhamma. Could you speak to the idea of the subjectivity of the Buddha or even a “de-centered” subjectivity? 27:04 Q3 Could you say more about what stream entry is and its importance. 33:55 Q4 When sitting, how do we know we are anchored in our breath and when we can then shift and broaden our attention to other things? 35:15 Q5 I find walking meditation easier than sitting. Is this OK? 36:36 Q6 Has Buddha offered any view on the purpose of my life especially given its suffering? 42:00 Q7 How can we tell if our meditation tool is working and that we are progressing on the path? 52:22 Q8 Regarding concentration in meditation, is this the same thing that creative people use in their work?
Deer Park Institute :  Sakkāydițțhi — ‘Self-View’, the First Obstacle to Enlightenment

2022-12-06 What is a Beautiful Life? 23:26
Victor von der Heyde
What does it mean to live a beautiful life? And are we called to the possibility of a beautiful life? , or crafting, of making an art of our life? Of making our life something beautiful?
Australian Insight Meditation Network

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