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Dharma Talks
2024-01-05 Introduction Talk 1:28:06
Sayadaw U Tejaniya
Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary :  Sayadaw U Tejaniya Meditation Retreat, 2024

2024-01-06 Some key terms and their usage and meaning 55:37
Ajahn Sucitto
Palilai Buddhist Temple :  Sharing Merit with the Broken Heart

2024-01-06 Gratitude Practice According to the Buddha 67:20
Ayya Santussika
Karuna Buddhist Vihara

2024-01-06 Q&A Group A 1:43:35
Sayadaw U Tejaniya
Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary :  Sayadaw U Tejaniya Meditation Retreat, 2024

2024-01-06 Q&A 50:10
Ajahn Sucitto
Q1 In samadhi, kāyasankhāra unifies with cittasankhāra. In this state what does the citta feel like? 16:25 Q2 Having associated wanting with a negative connotation I have been habitually suppressing my wants/ desires so sometimes it is hard to know what I want when it comes to important decisions. 31:41 Q3 During meditation is it OK to let my body move back and forth as I feel being pulled by a subtle energy flow. 33:00 Q4 Regarding death practice, do you have any advice? 39:52 Q5 When one becomes too comfortable in walking it becomes monotonous and the mind becomes dull but that’s not what we want, right? Any suggestions? 43:07 Q6 How do we practice dhamma in our daily life, especially in a hectic environment?
Palilai Buddhist Temple :  Sharing Merit with the Broken Heart

2024-01-06 Guided Meditation - A meditation memo 15:16
Ajahn Sucitto
Dhamma Stream Online Sessions

2024-01-06 What is deathlessness 37:20
Ajahn Sucitto
Dhamma Stream Online Sessions

2024-01-07 Contemplating the five elements 44:47
Ajahn Sucitto
Palilai Buddhist Temple :  Sharing Merit with the Broken Heart

2024-01-07 What is Refuge in Buddha Anyway? 29:24
Ayya Medhanandi
Stay true to seeing with wisdom and be compassionate to yourself – then, gradually to all beings. Preserve, treasure, grow and rejoice in the moral fabric of your true nature and know its incomparable radiant light. But first, we must have complete trust in the Buddha as our guide. Then we set our compass to the heart's journey of transcendence on the Noble Eightfold Path. Reflecting on the benevolence of the Buddha's awakening, we walk in gratitude, courage, joy and empowerment.
Sati Saraniya Hermitage

2024-01-07 Closing remarks 32:08
Ajahn Sucitto
Ajahn reviews key retreat elements: name, form, consciousness and contact – sanya, vedena
Palilai Buddhist Temple :  Sharing Merit with the Broken Heart

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