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Dharma Talks
2021-03-22 Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of Feeling Tone, Week 3 - Talk 54:08
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of Feeling Tone, Spring 2021

2021-03-22 The Happy Misfit 41:04
  Ajahn Sucitto
Citta jumps and rushes towards experience it thinks will bring security. It’s a compulsion, an addiction. But citta can turn, starting with disengagement, then stabilizing and calming. Settle into the happiness of these effects, and you have a good foundation to eliminate the irrational drives and compulsions that cause suffering.
Cittaviveka 2021 Cittaviveka Winter Retreat Closing Group Practice

2021-03-21 The Nature of Time 36:22
  Ajahn Punnadhammo
Arrow River Forest Hermitage

2021-03-21 Mindfulness of Breathing, Part 10: Dispassion, Compassion, and Freedom from Suffering - Meditation 41:07
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Mindfulness of Breathing - A Dharma Talk Series with Mark Nunberg

2021-03-21 Mindfulness of Breathing, Part 10: Dispassion, Compassion, and Freedom from Suffering - Talk 34:08
  Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Mindfulness of Breathing - A Dharma Talk Series with Mark Nunberg

2021-03-21 Opening into Consciousness 38:01
  Ajahn Sucitto
In meditation we rest into what’s always here. Like dropping a net into the river and seeing what we catch, we simply take note with awareness, deep listening and open presence. Use structures and qualities as a skillful tetherings, to turn citta away from the complexity of stimulation, activity and abstraction. When energies are no longer running out, citta settles in itself. This is samādhi.
Cittaviveka 2021 Cittaviveka Winter Retreat Closing Group Practice

2021-03-20 Opening Perspective, Inclining To Well-Being 66:40
  Zohar Lavie
Guided meditation and Dharma Talk
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Mar 2021

2021-03-20 Erstes bis Drittes Übungsfeld der Achtsamkeit ~ Körper, Gefühlstöne, Geisteszustände 30:03
  Ayya Santacitta
Geführte Meditation | Aloka-Dharma-Zoom
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-03-20 Was ist der Geist? 38:05
  Ayya Santacitta
Aloka-Dharma-Zoom
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-03-19 Continuing with Mudita Practice, Introducing Equanimity (Upekkha) Practice 62:42
  Donald Rothberg
First, we consider further some of the qualities of mudita, how joy is central to the teachings of the Buddha, how the cultivation of joy is crucial for being able to address difficulties and painful situations, how joy can be understood as a deep expression of our fundamental nature, and how joy can be present even in the midst of difficulties. Then we explore the nature of equanimity, pointing to several of the qualities of equanimity, including balance, evenness, unshakability, undetstanding and wisdom, warmth, and responsiveness. We also examine some of the typical distortions of equanimity and importance of the interconnection of the four brahmavihara as one to avoid such distractions.
InsightLA :  Cultivating the Wise Heart on the Cushion and in the World: Practicing Mindfulness and the “Divine Abodes” (Lovingkindness, Compassion, Joy, Equanimity)

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