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2021-07-21 Ways of Knowing 54:11
Rebecca Bradshaw
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2021-07-21 Understanding Impermanence Liberates the Mind From Suffering 69:23
Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-07-19 Crossing the Flood 31:11
Brian Lesage
Flagstaff Insight Meditation Community FIMC Monday Night Talks

2021-07-18 What is Dukkha? 67:56
Nathan Glyde
An exploration and meditation on understanding dukkha and reducing it. Maybe we can reverse engineer the experience, then reduce or move in the opposite direction
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Jul 2021

2021-07-16 Tathata = Soheit ~ Es Ist Wie Es Ist 69:33
Ayya Santacitta
Geführte Meditation | Aloka-Dharma-Zoom (schlechte Tonqualität)
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-07-16 Getting Practical about Practice 33:41
Brian Lesage
Albuquerque Vipassana Sangha

2021-07-16 Fabricated for Freedom 61:11
Nathan Glyde
Concerning ways to deepen, widen, and extend our practice, retreat, and awakening. This talk has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-16 Day 6 Instructions: Not Self 1:12:27
Nathan Glyde
Bringing a way of looking that sees all that we can know as not belonging to the self, or being who we are. This guidance has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-15 talk: Wise Effort p2 - cultivating skilful mind-states 18:43
Jill Shepherd
Exploring appreciation and gratitude as aspects of mudita, to support the development of Wise Effort
Auckland Insight Meditation Living a life of mutual benefit: Exploring the Noble Eightfold Path

2021-07-15 Accessing Your Triggers for Insight 51:41
James Baraz
Have you ever had a profound meditation experience and tried with frustration to recreate it?This is a common experience for many practitioners. Just as trauma can be triggered in our body and mind, the same is possible with positive experiences that we've gone through. This talk explores how this works and how we can access those profound moments and the wisdom that they've awakened in us.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

2021-07-15 meditation: opening to appreciation and gratitude 26:03
Jill Shepherd
orienting to appreciation and gratitude as a support for gladdening the mind, an aspect of Wise Effort
Auckland Insight Meditation Living a life of mutual benefit: Exploring the Noble Eightfold Path

2021-07-15 Sensitive to the Sense of Self 61:56
Nathan Glyde
Exploring the middle way between self and not-self. This talk has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-15 Day 5 Instructions: Unsatisfactory 67:27
Nathan Glyde
Bringing a way of looking that sees all phenomena as not peaceful, all modes that hold them in attention as not freeing, to engender a deeper letting in, be, go. This guidance has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-14 Reliably Unreliable 61:06
Nathan Glyde
Bringing dukkha (unreliable/unsatisfactory) as a way of looking brings freedom from dukkha. This talk has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-14 Day 4 Instructions: Seeing as Inconstant 65:38
Nathan Glyde
An anicca way of looking. This guidance has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-13 Freeing Change 60:51
Nathan Glyde
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-13 Day 3 Instructions: Not Reacting to the Niceness Opinion 66:57
Nathan Glyde
Exploring the teaching and practice of vedanā as a way to ease dukkha. This guidance has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-12 Coming Together Again as Community: Sangha and Place 28:09
Brian Lesage
Flagstaff Insight Meditation Community FIMC Monday Night Talks

2021-07-12 Ending the Argument without Saying a Word 54:48
Nathan Glyde
This talk has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-12 Day 2 Instructions: Kindness and Tolerance towards Unpleasantness 69:37
Nathan Glyde
This guidance has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-11 Sensitivity to Energy Over Time 57:50
Nathan Glyde
An exploration of energy, effort, and sustaining our intentions through the hindrances and obstacles on the path. This talk has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-11 Sunday Night Sit with guest teacher Frank Ostaseski 1:31:05
Frank Ostaseski
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community SFI Sunday Nights

2021-07-11 Past, Future, Staying Present 68:35
Ayya Santacitta
Shared with Khenmo Drolma Bhiksuni | Vajra Dakini Nunnery
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-07-11 Day 1 Instructions: A Calm, Deep, Spacious Attention 65:17
Nathan Glyde
This instruction has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-10 Opening Meditation - Bright Mind, Open Heart 50:05
Nathan Glyde
This simple guided meditation for presence and intimacy with life, has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next guidance.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-10 Opening Talk - Bright Mind, Open Heart 39:29
Nathan Glyde
Introducing the theme of the retreat: insight, samatha (calm-aliveness) and metta. This talk has a live translation into Czech that is not recorded, yet it might seem slow as Nathan waits for the translation to complete before offering the next sentence.
SanghaSeva Bright Mind, Open Heart

2021-07-07 Deepening Daily Life Practice 2: Practicing with Reactivity 69:27
Donald Rothberg
We begin with a review of last week's opening exploration of deepening daily life practice, naming some of the challenges of daily life practice, some initial ways of deepening such practice, and the centrality for such practice of mindfulness of the body. We then, for the rest of the session, explore how we can practice with reactivity when it arises, in its two forms--grasping after the pleasant and pushing away what is taken as unpleasant. We ground such practice in the Buddha's teaching in the model of Dependent Origination of the sequence from contact to feeling-tone to wanting (or not wanting) to grasping (or pushing away). We then point to a number of ways of practicing with reactivity and some of the complexities of such practice, particularly the ways in which reactivity can be enmeshed with discernment. A discussion follows!
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-07-07 Deepening Daily Life Practice 2: Practicing with Reactivity: A Guided Meditation 26:04
Donald Rothberg
In this guided meditation, we start with about 10 minutes of settling. We then attend to when there is a moderate or greater pleasant or unpleasant feeling-tone, bringing some investigation as to what occurs in ones' experience. Toward the end of the guided meditation, there's an invitation to track for any moment of reactivity (grasping onto the pleasant in some way, or pushing away the unpleasant).
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-07-05 Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of the Mind, Week 2 - Meditation 27:50
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course: Mindfulness of the Mind

2021-07-05 Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of the Mind, Week 2 - Talk 37:10
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course: Mindfulness of the Mind

2021-07-04 True Happiness - Independence and Interdependence 1:35:07
Pamela Weiss
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community SFI Sunday Nights

2021-07-04 06 meditation: mindfulness of the body and thinking 14:25
Jill Shepherd
Short meditation establishing mindfulness of the body, then noticing the effect of getting caught in thinking and returning the awareness to relaxing physical tension
Auckland Insight Meditation Right View – Wrong View – Self View – No View What is the point of view in Buddhism?

2021-07-03 Empowerment of Investigating 1:19:56
Nathan Glyde
4th exploration of the bases of success: prior ones are in the: Online Dharma Hall - Jun 2021 'retreat album'. This final one explores vīmaṁsa the skilful analysis of experience to develop deeper well-being and freedom on the path of practice. Each exploration stands alone, as well as being part of a series.
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Jul 2021

2021-07-02 Die Fünf Indriya & Bewusstes Gewahrsein 38:54
Ayya Santacitta
Aloka-Dharma-Zoom | Geführte Meditation
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-07-02 Die Fünf Indriya & Bala ~ Fünf Stränge eines Seils 34:15
Ayya Santacitta
Aloka-Dharma-Zoom
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-07-01 talk: Wise Effort part 1 27:17
Jill Shepherd
Looking at Wise Effort generally, how it is supported by Wise View, and some of the common challenges of maintaining momentum in daily life practice
Auckland Insight Meditation Living a life of mutual benefit: Exploring the Noble Eightfold Path

2021-07-01 The Buddha's Pithiest Teaching: Bahiya Sutta 55:59
James Baraz
The Buddha's pithiest and shortest teaching, his teaching to Bahiya (Bahiya Sutta). Although only a few short sentences it was enough to result in complete Enlightenment.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley

2021-07-01 Anxiety Responsive Care (ARC) 8:03
Ayya Dhammadipa
A standing guided meditation for moments of high anxiety
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-30 The leaves will always fall 45:38
Matthew Daniell
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center

2021-06-30 Deepening Daily Life Practice 1 68:12
Donald Rothberg
In an important sense, daily life practice is central and vital; it is where we live! Yet at times in the non-monastic Insight Meditation approach as it's developed in the West, such practice has been somewhat marginalized, with retreat practice and formal meditation practice at the center. We explore first the challenging context of daily life practice for many Western practitioners, including not just such a lack of sustained emphasis on daily life practice, but also the challenges of living in what is often a very busy, "mental" culture and society. We then look at a number of ways to bring more awareness into daily life, inviting the listener to see what one or two ways of practicing might be emphasized in the next period of time. We give a more in-depth focus on one very central way of bringing more awareness into daily life--developing mindfulness of the body. We offer a number of different practices that support such mindfulness of the body.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-06-28 Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of the Mind, Week 1 - Meditation 40:42
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course: Mindfulness of the Mind

2021-06-28 Buddhist Studies: Mindfulness of the Mind, Week 1 - Talk 43:48
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Buddhist Studies Course: Mindfulness of the Mind

2021-06-27 Awakening the Three Centers - Body, Heart, Mind 1:28:05
Eugene Cash
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community

2021-06-27 Paramis: The Joy of Renunciation - Meditation 41:53
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2021-06-27 Paramis: The Joy of Renunciation - Talk 27:55
Mark Nunberg
Paramis: The Joy of Renunciation - Talk
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2021-06-26 Q&A 43:16
Ajahn Sucitto
Cultivating mental/emotional equilibrium – drowsiness, other people. Energies – how to sense subtle body, body sways in meditation, standing meditation, qigong, kundalini. Do we need goals in life; fear and anxiety; physical pain devoid of mental pain; advice about becoming a nun.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2021-06-26 Guided Meditation – Acknowledging Dukkha 14:41
Ajahn Sucitto
When we try to settle, what we might notice is unsettledness. Rather than go into the topic, recognize the energy. Give attention to places in the body that are non-agitated. Use body and breathing to change the speed of the mind, steady it. Once settled, then dilemmas and unfinished business can be related to with dispassion, compassion, detachment.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2021-06-24 Innate Nobility 55:15
Ajahn Sucitto
The world that consciousness presents us as existing within is divided into self and other; this is a source of suffering. Authentic relatedness is needed to realize that there is no fundamental self or other. So we need to establish a relationship with the uncertainty of this that’s harmonious. Stop the topic, experience the energy. If we meet suffering not in terms of me and you, but with awareness of agitated energies, then lovingkindness, compassion and patience naturally arise. The tangle of fear and insecurity that imprisons us dissolves. The citta returns to its innate nobility.
Cittaviveka

2021-06-23 Guided Meditation – Staying Present with Experience 52:30
Ajahn Sucitto
There are 2 qualities of citta: it is affected and it is knowing, aware. With cultivation, awareness can become much more apparent and encompassing while the affective sense can steady, calm and subside into something still. The process is to go through the body. As the body eases, citta settles and collects into itself – samādhi. Happy, easeful, refreshed.
Cittaviveka

2021-06-23 Buddhist Practice and Transforming Racism: Nine Reflections from the Last Year 69:33
Donald Rothberg
A year after the massive demonstrations in the US following the killing of George Floyd, we reflect on different aspects of the integration of Buddhist practice and transforming racism, identifying nine key themes.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-06-21 Opening Awareness 45:10
Zohar Lavie
A session for the Online Sitting Group at Gaia House, opening to wider field of sound, expanding awareness for deeper well-being.
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Jun 2021

2021-06-21 Where There's Smoke, There's Fire: Fear and the Five Aggregates 30:09
Ayya Dhammadipa
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-20 Buddhanussati | Recollection of the Buddha 26:21
Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-20 Faith in the Buddha & Our Own Capacity to Awaken 22:17
Ayya Santacitta
Buddhanussati ~ Recollection on the Meaning of Nine Qualities of the Buddha | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-20 Getting to Know How the Mind Works 41:06
Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation on the Seven Factors of Awakening & Metta | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-20 Metta is the Result of Going Through the Fire of Craving 25:18
Ayya Santacitta
Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-20 Kindness to all Kind 66:35
Zohar Lavie
A guided practice and talk offered in the Online Dharma Hall of Gaia House.
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Jun 2021

2021-06-20 Empowerment of Aspirational Intentionality 1:22:31
Nathan Glyde
Continuing the theme of Bases of Success. An Online Dharma Hall session with a guided meditation and dharma talk, and some responses to questions in the hall (the questions are not recorded for privacy reasons, but are explained if not explicit in the response).
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Jun 2021

2021-06-20 Paramis: Moral Integrity and Sensitivity - Meditation 32:51
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2021-06-20 Paramis: Moral Integrity and Sensitivity - Talk 40:24
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Weekly Dharma Series

2021-06-19 Maranasati ~ Recollection of Death 55:30
Ayya Santacitta
Talk & Guided Meditation | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-19 The Non-Beautiful, the Elements and the Knowing 34:49
Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation on the Body | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-19 This Body Belongs to Nature 22:02
Ayya Santacitta
Contemplation of the Body ~ the Non-Beautiful & the Elements | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-19 Breathing Intelligence 37:26
Ajahn Sucitto
Cultivation of citta is the highest kind of learning we can undertake. The breathing body is our means for learning, for directly experiencing our kammic configurations. It provides a basis so when difficult states arise, citta can remain open and stable, and move through them.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2021-06-19 Where the Flame of Truth Burns Bright 25:58
Ayya Medhanandi
Dhamma is like mother, father, guardian, the Truth that we can rest in. So rest in the purity of one moment. Offering to listen, what is the message we receive? In the silence of the mind, what do we hear? If there is no silence we listen more intently and dive more deeply. Where there is no past, no future, nothing to run away from, nothing to run towards, we stop to truly listen. And we see. This is pure presence - the gift of our attention. With the compass of the mind, open to the Dhamma. No where do we find any solid essence to call a self, a me, a mine. This is the most sacred knowing.
Ottawa Buddhist Society

2021-06-19 Guided Meditation – Emotional and Bodily Bases 16:49
Ajahn Sucitto
The Buddha said that amongst all the bodies, best is the breathing body. Most important is to give emotional support to let the breathing do the work – allowing, wishing, encouraging. This a useful foundation for contemplating the various currents, energies, obsessions that citta has to release.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2021-06-19 The Four Protective Meditations 20:32
Ayya Santacitta
An Introduction & Overview | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-19 Wisdom is Experience Understood 31:06
Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation | Canmore Theravada Buddhist Community
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-18 Maranasati ~ Achtsamkeit der Sterblichkeit / des Todes 39:27
Ayya Santacitta
Geführte Meditation | Aloka-Dharma-Zoom
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-18 Die 4 Iddhipada ~ Wege zum Erfolg 32:52
Ayya Santacitta
Aloka-Dharma-Zoom
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-17 talk: Wise Livelihood 24:50
Jill Shepherd
A beginning exploration of how "livelihood" includes every aspect of how we live our lives, grounded in the orientation to non-harming
Auckland Insight Meditation Living a life of mutual benefit: Exploring the Noble Eightfold Path

2021-06-17 Restraining the Outflows 58:11
Ajahn Sucitto
All the world rests on very simple human emotions – fear, anxiety, loneliness, gratification. We run out because of them, or build walls to protect ourselves from them. Practice with restraint, keep coming back to here, now, knowing, it’s like this. Don’t run out, just return, and the outflows fade on their own.
Cittaviveka

2021-06-17 How we Hold the Practice: Guided Meditation and Instructions 38:49
Oren Jay Sofer
Morning instructions and guided meditation on how to hold and relate to the primary object/anchor.
Insight Meditation Retreats Awareness and Love: Insight Meditation Retreat

2021-06-16 Meditation: The Heartspace Where All is Welcome 18:51
Tara Brach
This meditation scans through the body, and awakens attention to the open, inclusive awareness that all life arises in. We then explore experiencing that openness in the region of the heart, saying yes to life and including whatever is here with unconditional presence.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2021-06-16 Fierce Self-Compassion – A conversation between Tara Brach and Kristin Neff 61:52
Tara Brach
Kristin Neff is a pioneer in self-compassion research and a leader in bringing practices of self-compassion alive in our world. This conversation is on her latest book, Fierce Self-Compassion, which helps women awaken both receptive and active dimensions of compassion – tenderness and fierceness.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC

2021-06-16 Preliminary Experiential Tastes of Emptiness 46:12
Brian Lesage
Mountain Hermitage Finding Freedom through Insight Meditation

2021-06-16 Being Somebody and Being Nobody 45:20
Brian Lesage
Mountain Hermitage Finding Freedom through Insight Meditation

2021-06-16 Loving Well is the Best Response 67:55
Sylvia Boorstein
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Monday and Wednesday Talks

2021-06-16 Appreciative Joy 37:28
Brian Lesage
This talk offers reflections on Appreciative Joy followed by a guided meditation
Mountain Hermitage Finding Freedom through Insight Meditation

2021-06-15 Freeing Our Hearts through Forgiveness 37:56
Brian Lesage
This talk offers reflections on the practice of forgiveness as well as a guided meditation on Forgiveness.
Mountain Hermitage Finding Freedom through Insight Meditation

2021-06-14 Equanimity 38:55
Brian Lesage
Mountain Hermitage Finding Freedom through Insight Meditation

2021-06-14 Summer Solstice | Monday Night Talk 55:50
Jack Kornfield
Here we are in the change of seasons—the great turning. The sun is something for us to pay attention to, something we often take for granted. Notice the way the gift of sunlight streams behind everything—it feeds the plants we eat. We can be grateful for sunlight and trees, for people we love, for moments of goodness, and for the breath within our breast. And as our gratitude grows, we may discover a happiness without cause.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2021-06-14 Q and A: Summer Solstice | Monday Night talk 21:30
Jack Kornfield
Q and A from Monday Night Dharma Talk, Summer Solstice 06-14-2021
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2021-06-14 Meditation: Summer Solstice | Monday Night 26:41
Jack Kornfield
May you be at ease. May you be well. May you be healed. May you be happy. As you offer this lovingkindness to yourself, image you can fill yourself with the light of your loving awareness.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2021-06-13 The Five Elements & Metta 46:13
Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation | Seattle Theravada Buddhist Community
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-13 Stop Running and Your Real Home Appears 56:31
Ajahn Sucitto
The tendency to keep running out into concepts eventually results in overload, insecurity, anxiety, collapse. We’re desperately looking for sanity. The steadiness and fulfillment we seek is already here, in the non-conceptual intelligence of body and heart. Rather than going out, return to where body, mind and heart energy come together. In this presence our real home appears.
Cittaviveka

2021-06-13 Gratitude, Generosity and Giving 1:31:45
Pamela Weiss
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community SFI Sunday Nights

2021-06-13 Guided Standing Meditation 2 30:03
Steve Armstrong
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC summer 2021 retreat

2021-06-13 Death 32:11
Anushka Fernandopulle
True North Insight Body as Nature, Nature in the Body: Dharma and Our Connection to the Earth

2021-06-13 Sensitivity and Restraint 31:52
Ajahn Sucitto
One of the most fundamental requirements in meditation is restraining the mind. Rather than running out, energy can settle and calm. Then one’s effort is neither straining towards some goal, nor enmeshed in agitation. There’s space for sensitivity, receptivity, listening. When the outflows are restrained goodwill, compassion, clarity and wisdom come forth on their own.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2021-06-13 Guided Meditation - Bodily Ease 14:51
Ajahn Sucitto
Use the three intelligences of heart, mind and body to create a sense of calm and happiness. Body helps restrain mind; heart generates an atmosphere of gentleness and goodwill. Know what’s worth giving attention to for liberation.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2021-06-12 There in the Middleness ~ Cultivating Equanimity & Perserverance 45:14
Ayya Santacitta
Olympia LGTBQ+ Sangha
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-12 The Elements are Empty of a Self 40:13
Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation | Olympia LGTBQ+ Sangha
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-12 Being Here & Supported by the Three Refuges 18:56
Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation | Qlympia LGBTQ+ Sangha
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery

2021-06-12 Guided Metta for oneself, benefactor, and dear friend 44:51
Kamala Masters
Guided Metta Meditation for oneself, benefactor, and good friend
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective

2021-06-12 Five Spiritual Faculties 66:01
Kamala Masters
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC summer 2021 retreat

2021-06-12 Guided Metta for oneself, benefactor , Deasr friend, Neutral person, and difficult person 45:03
Kamala Masters
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC summer 2021 retreat

2021-06-12 Guided Standing Meditation 1 29:19
Steve Armstrong
Twin Cities Vipassana Collective TCVC summer 2021 retreat

2021-06-12 Showing Up (Vīrya) 69:38
Nathan Glyde
Vīrya appears second in the list known as the Four Bases of Success. Some translate it as perseverance: the willingness to keep showing up. So essential in our practice, in our lives, and in our times. A practice and dharma talk on this theme, offered in Gaia Houses Online Dharma Hall.
Gaia House Online Dharma Hall - Jun 2021

2021-06-12 Receiving Kindness 33:02
Brian Lesage
This talk offers a description of the practice of receiving kindness as well as giving a brief introduction to the Brahma Viharas. It ends with a guided meditation on receiving kindness.
Mountain Hermitage Finding Freedom through Insight Meditation

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