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Dharma Talks
2023-06-24 SN 56:11 | Setting in Motion the Wheel of the Dhamma 46:25
Ayya Santussika
Barre Center for Buddhist Studies Skillful Living in a World on Fire: Grounded in the Noble Eightfold Path

2023-06-24 Afternoon Teaching (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 64:32
Gullu Singh
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness For Everyone

2023-06-24 Buddhanusati & the Four Protective Meditations 32:55
Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation
Barre Center for Buddhist Studies Skillful Living in a World on Fire: Grounded in the Noble Eightfold Path

2023-06-24 Guided Loving Kindness & Other Practices Sitting (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 40:00
Alex Haley
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Mindfulness For Everyone

2023-06-24 Teachings, Mettā Meditation 67:08
Leigh Brasington
Gaia House Jhanas, Insight, and Dependent Origination

2023-06-25 Challenging the 'me' of experience 45:29
Ajahn Sucitto
Centring ourselves in the middle way, between extremes of indulgence or denial allows us to observe and moderate our responses to sense phenomena, especially thought.
Moulin de Chaves Regaining the Centre

2023-06-25 Walking Meditation 5:59
Ajahn Sucitto
Moulin de Chaves Regaining the Centre

2023-06-25 01 short opening talk and guided meditation establishing the theme of exploring feeling-tone 32:06
Jill Shepherd, Elizabeth Day, Willa Thaniya Reid
Auckland Insight Meditation Online meditation day: Exploring vedanā or feeling-tone

2023-06-25 02 meditation: feeling-tone in relation to embodied experience 30:36
Willa Thaniya Reid
Auckland Insight Meditation Online meditation day: Exploring vedanā or feeling-tone

2023-06-25 Q&A 48:35
Ajahn Sucitto
Questions are précised - 00:15 Q1 What’s the difference between QiGong and standing meditation? 02:34 Q2 Is there a specific QiGong for meditation? 03:00 Q3 What is the proper balance between sitting, standing and walking? 04:49 Q4 Can you speak more about the forms of knowing described in the satipatanna sutta? 20:38 Q5 What’s a helpful sequence of steps to take in a meditation?28:16 Q6 I find a lot of energy goes into the head when I meditate. What do you suggest? 30:20 Q7 Normally I find in my meditation there is a subtle feeling of pushing or trying. If that is acknowledged there is more of a sense of flowing and playfulness. How can I cultivate this more consistently? 33:36 Q8 I had a very nice walking meditation experience with gratitude and opening. Then there were feelings of fragility and vulnerability. What can you advise? 36:01 Q9 I find myself getting very frozen or locked when I go into my job responsibilities. What’s happening here? 39:19 Q10 We talk about safety and feeling secure. I think this attachment is not the same as the attachment we talks about in Buddhism. What do you think?
Moulin de Chaves Regaining the Centre

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