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2020-07-15 Deepening Our Daily Life Practice in the Pandemic 1 38:28
Donald Rothberg
Our current crises present both challenges and opportunities. We look at three main ways to deepen our practice at this time, focusing on (1) formal practice; (2) more "informal" (or "daily life" practice); and (3) our work, service, and/or activism. For each of these areas, a number of suggestions are made, inviting the listener to discern the one or two or three ways that most resonate and connect with one's own edge of learning.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2020-05-24 Dimanche 24 mai 2020 1:24:57
Sayadaw U Jagara
Jagara a discuté des dix domaines d’action méritoire. Vous trouverez une liste de ces dix domaines et un exposé approfondi (en anglais) sur ce sujet, au chapitre 6 (p. 94), du livre Abhidhamma in Daily Life. Jagara a aussi parlé de la conscience infinie en puisant dans Derniers Fragments d’un long voyage, écrit par Christiane Singer.
L’Association de méditation Parami :  Sessions en ligne de méditation et de discussion - Printemps 2020
Attached Files:
  • Abhidhamma In Daily Life by Ashin Janakabhivamsa (PDF)

2020-05-21 Creating a Life of Integrity: In Conversation with Joseph Goldstein 64:29
James Baraz
James invited Gail Stark to join him as his guest. Gail shares what it was like to spend 10 months practicing the 10 Paramis or Perfections under Joseph Goldstein’s guidance. Her new book, Creating a Life of Integrity: In Conversation with Joseph Goldstein, is a wonderful exploration of what it means to truly bring practice into your daily life guided by Joseph Goldstein, the ultimate Dharma coach.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

2020-05-13 39 Discourse on the Establishment of Awareness Satipatthana Sutta MN10 21:07
Bhante Bodhidhamma
The Four Postures, Mindfulness in Daily Life and the 'Foulness'of the Body
Satipanya Buddhist Retreat :  Talks on the Middle Length Discourses

2020-05-09 Four Brahma Viharas Practice in Daily Life, Part 2 (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 25:14
Tempel Smith
To bring forward the highest heart quality of Equanimity we need to understand all four brahma viharas (heavenly dwellings: friendliness, compassion, celebration, and balance) and how the work together in beautiful harmony.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Equanimity Retreat - Online

2020-05-06 Hindrances in Daily Life or Deep Meditation 32:21
Nathan Glyde
Hindrances appear in daily life, on the 'cushion', and right into deep experiences: if there is an appearance there must be a hindrance in someway, pushing and pulling at life. How can we be approariate to what arises? Joyfully breaking the (so called) hindrances into 5, or 3, or just 1, is a way of looking at these fabricated experiences, that helps us approach them with skill, flexibility, and freedom, no matter where they arise.
Gaia House Living Fearlessly With Change - Closing Retreat

2020-05-05 Four Brahma Viharas Practice in Daily Life 41:05
Tempel Smith
To bring forward the highest heart quality of Equanimity we need to understand all four brahma viharas (heavenly dwellings: friendliness, compassion, celebration, and balance) and how the work together in beautiful harmony.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Equanimity Retreat - Online

2020-04-19 Dhamma Stream Online Puja: The Skill of Recollection 39:14
Ajahn Sucitto
Recollection is not just thinking about things, it’s associated with the quality of careful attention. Encourage the mind to think slowly, touch the heart and abide in wholesome qualities. In daily life we do the external, but embedded in the ground of the heart is where your basis is. *Sutta reference is AN11:11-12.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2020-03-04 From the Ordinary Habitual Mind to the Buddha Mind 16: Working with Our Psychological Conditioning 3 62:28
Donald Rothberg
We begin by pointing to how combining traditional Buddhist training with transforming psychological and social conditioning and unresolved material suggests the contours of a contemporary path of awakening. We then identify some of the main areas of the contemporary “shadow,” of unconscious, unresolved conditioning and developmental wounds, such as anger, fear, death, shame, conflict, trauma, grief, sexuality, and so on. We then give a “map” of four stages in the transformation of the shadow (particularly in a meditative context), starting with finding ways to access the shadow, then learning to be with and explore the shadow, then transforming the shadow, and then integrating the shadow work with daily life.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2020-02-24 The journey To A Daily Life Practice 36:40
Alexis Santos
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Developing the Mind and Heart: Insight Meditation Retreat

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