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Dharma Talks
2023-06-19 Guided Meditation 20:18
Ajahn Sucitto
Moulin de Chaves Regaining the Centre

2023-06-19 Teachings 56:55
Leigh Brasington
Gaia House Jhanas, Insight, and Dependent Origination

2023-06-20 Out of self into a mutual cosmos 56:54
Ajahn Sucitto
Practicing composure, collectedness and stability enables us to be wise and compassionate towards forms that arise from both internal and external domains.
Moulin de Chaves Regaining the Centre

2023-06-20 Guided Meditation - Standing 35:53
Ajahn Sucitto
Moulin de Chaves Regaining the Centre

2023-06-20 Morning Sit with Instructions (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 55:05
Diana Winston
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness For Everyone

2023-06-20 Morning Instructions: the energy before a thought 34:25
Jozen Tamori Gibson
Experienced BIPOC retreat, June 2023
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center By Any Means Necessary: A Journey to Liberation & Freedom Through Wisdom & the Heart

2023-06-20 Q&A 52:12
Ajahn Sucitto
(Questions précised) - 00:32 Q1 Could you please explain what you mean by the cosmos? 16:16 Q2 When you say feeling”, do you mean vedena or more complex emotions? 20:32 Q3 How can one be with emotions and not in them? 33:33 Q4 Could you talk more about tanha and its relationship to sanya and dukkha. 44:21 Q5 In one of the guided meditations, you mentioned getting in touch with joy. How can we do that when it can feel completely absent.
Moulin de Chaves Regaining the Centre

2023-06-20 Curious about Mindfulness (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 53:44
Alex Haley
This talk investigates curiosity as an aspect of one common definition of mindfulness. Being curious can help us incline more towards receiving felt-sense experience and avoid getting caught in judgment.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness For Everyone

2023-06-20 Impermanence 46:54
Deborah Ratner Helzer
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC June 2023

2023-06-20 Two Types of Loving Kindness Meditation (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 46:20
Diana Winston
In this meditation we explore "Wet" and "Dry" Loving Kindness. Dry loving kindness is primarily thoughts-based, using repetition of phrases to change your inner "soundtrack." Wet loving kindness is an emotion-based practice where we try to evoke the feeling of kindness and explore what gets in the way. In this guided meditation we try both types.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness For Everyone

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