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Dharma Talks
2022-01-08 Stream of Liberation 51:47
Ajahn Sucitto
There is the nutriment for ignorance and the nutriment for true knowledge and liberation. Both are dependently arising on other factors. What arises, whether skillful or unskillful, is based on how one places attention, moderates attitudes, and relinquishes self-view. This is a transpersonal process – keep filtering experience in these transpersonal terms.
Cittaviveka 2022 Winter Retreat Opening Group Practice

2022-01-07 Waking up with the Five Spiritual Faculties (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 53:38
Susie Harrington
The five Spiritual Faculties of Faith, Energy, Mindfulness, Concentration, and Wisdom give us both a map for the natural unfolding of our practice and a guide for how to orient and encourage its development.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Waking Up In The Midst Of It All

2022-01-07 Guided Mudita, Appreciative Joy Practice 53:18
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Monthly Lovingkindness Practice Group

2022-01-07 Guided Mudita, Appreciative Joy Discussion 27:47
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Monthly Lovingkindness Practice Group

2022-01-07 Getting Out of the Concrete Jungle 44:15
Ajahn Sucitto
With mindfulness of breathing, subtle beneficial signs are picked up and suffused into the body. We can relinquish the signs we’ve picked up from the concrete jungle, the fear, the dread, the lack of heartfulness; we can purify the internal environment. Refer to what’s beautiful, uplifting, noble and generous. With mindfulness of breathing you’re taking in these messages.
Cittaviveka 2022 Winter Retreat Opening Group Practice

2022-01-06 Mindfulness of Hindrances and Beautiful Mind States (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 50:02
Tara Mulay
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Waking Up In The Midst Of It All

2022-01-06 34 meditation: equanimity 23:08
Jill Shepherd
Starting with the usual anchors of body, physical sensations and sounds, then opening to choiceless attention and cultivating an attitude of equanimity or non-reactivity in relation to whatever we're experiencing
Sydney Insight Meditators :  Healing the heart, refining the mind, finding freedom

2022-01-06 33 instructions: equanimity 11:52
Jill Shepherd
A short introduction to equanimity as a support for the ending of the retreat
Sydney Insight Meditators :  Healing the heart, refining the mind, finding freedom

2022-01-06 32 meditation: mudita as appreciation for outer conditions and inner qualities 29:13
Jill Shepherd
Beginning by acknowledging what we can appreciate about the outer conditions of being on retreat, then orienting to the skilful inner qualities that have been strengthened, specifically the seven factors of awakening
Sydney Insight Meditators :  Healing the heart, refining the mind, finding freedom

2022-01-06 31 instructions: mudita p2 6:57
Jill Shepherd
As the retreat comes to a close, noticing the tendency for the mind to go into future thinking, and come back to abiding in the skilful qualities that have been developed here, specifically mudita as a form of appreciation or gratitude
Sydney Insight Meditators :  Healing the heart, refining the mind, finding freedom

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