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Ayya Jitindriya's Dharma Talks
Ayya Jitindriya
Ayya Jitindriyā first trained as a monastic in the lineage of Ajahn Chah & Ajahn Sumedho for over 16 years, from 1988-2004. After leaving the monastic order she gained a Master’s degree in Buddhist Psychotherapy Practice with the Karuna Institute in the UK. Returning to live in Australia (her place of birth) in 2008, she practiced as a Buddhist psychotherapist and taught meditation, Buddhism and psychotherapy in various capacities. She was the Director of Training for AABCAP (Australian Association of Buddhist Counsellors and Psychotherapists) for several years. In early 2018 Jitindriyā re-entered the monastic life at Santi Forest Monastery in NSW and held the role of guiding teacher and Spiritual Director there for a time. In 2021 she helped to set up Viveka Hermitage in Southern NSW where she now resides.
2019-01-23 Looking Deeply into the Nature of Things 54:56
Santi Forest Monastery
2019-01-12 A Natural Stilling 45:00
Santi Forest Monastery
2018-12-12 Nothing Whatsoever is Worth Clinging To 50:14
Santi Forest Monastery
2018-12-01 The Practice Path to the Heart’s Release 47:37
Santi Forest Monastery
2018-11-17 Don’t Seek for Truth Outside Yourself 36:40
Santi Forest Monastery
2018-11-07 Contemplating Conventions and The Four Noble Truths 40:04
Santi Forest Monastery
2018-10-24 The Journey Back to Where We Never Left 35:53
Santi Forest Monastery
2018-09-22 Seeing Where ‘Self’ and ‘The World’ Arise 36:09
Santi Forest Monastery
2018-09-15 Developing Wisdom with the Hindrances 32:26
Santi Forest Monastery
2018-09-01 A Wake-up call 29:43
Santi Forest Monastery

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