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2022-01-11 Wisdom - The Intelligence that Leads to Stillness 40:07
Ajahn Sucitto
The cultivation of wisdom is not just a matter of intellectually knowing something, it’s a practice of handling, and staying in touch with what’s felt. Steadying citta so it can come out of its fixed gripped state, there’s a turning towards dispassion and right response. Stay in touch with the process, do the process and see where it goes – that’s how you learn.
Cittaviveka 2022 Winter Retreat Opening Group Practice

2022-01-10 Cracking the Shell Is Pleasant 39:29
Ajahn Sucitto
The process of cultivation is a pleasant one of cleaning away the dross and delusions that cause us suffering and stress. Drop by drop the bucket fills up with skillful actions and overflows into something more deep, steady, reliable. Be a stable presence rather than search for it, ‘out there’ – gradually the chaos will begin to still. There’s a process there, and the result is purification.
Cittaviveka 2022 Winter Retreat Opening Group Practice

2022-01-09 The Dharma of 2022 1:36:07
Eugene Cash
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community SFI Sunday Nights

2022-01-09 Exploring Nibbana: A Conversation with Joseph Goldstein 1:31:33
Joseph Goldstein, William Edelglass
Barre Center for Buddhist Studies Exploring Nibbana: A Conversation with Joseph Goldstein

2022-01-09 Saddha: Conviction; Trust; Faith 63:44
Zohar Lavie
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Jan 2022

2022-01-09 Careful Attention: Food for Awakening 41:52
Ajahn Sucitto
With careful attention we pick up those qualities within experience that are most supportive for liberation. It means we notice how things affect us and the results that follow. Mindfulness of body gives you something to rest in as you breathe through the rocky areas of heart and mind. Citta comes out of its restricted state and there’s a widening, stepping back, letting go.
Cittaviveka 2022 Winter Retreat Opening Group Practice

2022-01-08 Conditioned Towards Freedom 1:27:57
Nathan Glyde
Exploring how a wide expanse of Buddha Dharma is implied in Dhammapada verse 1: Phenomena are preceded by the heart, ruled by the heart, made of the heart. If you speak or act with a corrupted heart, then suffering follows you— as the wheel of the cart, the track of the ox that pulls it. Phenomena are preceded by the heart, ruled by the heart, made of the heart. If you speak or act with a calm, bright heart, then happiness follows you, like a shadow that never leaves
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Jan 2022

2022-01-08 Evening Dharma Talk (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 57:12
Howard Cohn
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Waking Up In The Midst Of It All

2022-01-08 To Begin and To Continue 37:14
Brian Lesage
Mountain Hermitage Samadhi and Insight Online Meditation Retreat

2022-01-08 Appreciative Joy - Mudita: An Introduction and Guided Meditation 36:10
Brian Lesage
Mountain Hermitage Samadhi and Insight Online Meditation Retreat

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