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Dharma Talks
2024-03-30 Book Panel with Authors of Healing our Way Home 1:27:09
Kaira Jewel Lingo, Marisela Gomez, Tenzin Chogkyi, Valerie Brown
Insight Santa Cruz

2024-03-30 Nekkhama and the Elements of Escape 56:20
Ayya Santussika
This Daylong Retreat part 3 dhamma talk and Q&A was offered on the 30th of March, 2024 for “How do I apply the Dhamma to THIS!?!”
Karuna Buddhist Vihara

2024-03-30 Tattoos on the Heart 17:57
Devon Hase
Stories from Father Gregory Boyle, reflections on love
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2024

2024-03-30 The ongoing focus for cultivation is ‘me’ 52:02
Ajahn Sucitto
The compulsive shaping and drives of the citta are held by grasping – an involuntary reflex that can be mastered through careful cultivation. As the end of this grasping and shaping is the sense of self, that sense of ‘me’ ‘I am this’ is the ongoing focus of our Dhamma practice.
Cittaviveka Step-by-Step: the Upwards Flow

2024-03-29 Untangling the Tangle: On Dependent Co-Arising and Freedom 49:06
Devon Hase
Teachings on the 12 links of dependent origination, including chanting and stories. Description of how we get off the chain, dukkha and the end of dukkha.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2024

2024-03-29 Uppalavanna & Mahamogallano: A talk for Astrid 11:02
Dhammananda Bhikkhuni
Songdhammakalyani Monastery

2024-03-29 Die Hemmnisse auf dem Weg des Erwachens 45:50
Renate Seifarth
Die Hemmnisse hindern die Entwicklung Klarheit, führen zu Verwicklung und dukkha. Sie erkennen, verstehen und ein geschickter Umgang mit ihnen ist nötig. Im Vordergrund der Betrachtung stehen Gier und Übelwollen als die ersten beiden. Kurz erwähnt werden die restlichen drei.
Waldhaus am Laacher See :  Vipassana, Metta und sanftes Yoga

2024-03-29 To Be a Person 12:11
Devon Hase
Introduction to paticcasamuppada and Jane Hirshfield's reflection on the human condition.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge March 2024

2024-03-29 Dhamma practice shapes the Citta into a more fulfilling state 47:35
Ajahn Sucitto
The emphasis on virtue, beyond keeping rules, customs and procedures, is to bring about harmony. It enables us to establish a fluent relationship that isn’t domineering nor indifferent, clearing of heart from destructive tendencies. It’s the tonality of careful attention in what we do. Not seeking results, but just bringing forth harmony, beauty, purity in our daily lives. (Sutta reference SN 46:1)
Cittaviveka Step-by-Step: the Upwards Flow

2024-03-28 talk: Exploring the Second Noble Truth - craving for sense pleasures, craving for becoming and craving for non-becoming 29:33
Jill Shepherd
Looking at the social aspects of craving: desire to be seen or to be invisible, for example, and the common phenomenon of comparing mind or mana
Auckland Insight Meditation Auckland Insight meetings

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