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Ayya Santussika's Dharma Talks
Ayya Santussika
Ayya Santussika, in residence at Karuna Buddhist Vihara (Compassion Monastery), spent five years as an anagarika (eight-precept nun), then ordained as a samaneri (ten-precept nun) in 2010 and as a bhikkhuni (311 rules) in 2012 at Dharma Vijaya Buddhist Vihara in Los Angeles.
2017-06-16 This is Samsara - There's nothing wrong (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 46:11
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Middle Way Monastic Retreat
2017-06-15 Revisiting the Noble Eightfold Path & Four Determinations (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 46:11
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Middle Way Monastic Retreat
2017-06-14 Death and Dying on the Noble Eightfold Path (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 53:59
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Middle Way Monastic Retreat
2017-06-13 The Body Breathing (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 44:52
Breath - Breath Energy - Four Elements
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Middle Way Monastic Retreat
2017-06-13 The Middle Way to Awakening - You can do it! (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 17:16
Spirit Rock Meditation Center The Middle Way Monastic Retreat
2017-06-10 Training for Peace 35:59
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery
2016-09-03 Almsgiving 2016 at Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery 11:04
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery
2016-08-04 Refrain From Killing 68:12
Ayya Santussika gave the fifth talk in a six-week series titled "Ethics, Action and the Five Precepts." She takes an in-depth look at the first precept: refraining from killing. She explores harming, how to live a life of non-harming, and facing difficult situations non-violently.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley
In collection Ethics, Action and the Five Precepts
2015-12-12 Climate Dhamma 19:58
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery
2015-10-04 Sustained by Sangha 26:06
It is through taking action together that we wield power and experience relief, especially as we expand our notion of sangha beyond the usual boundaries, to all faiths, to all people taking action in accordance with our shared values of compassion, justice and peace. And we bring our own quintessential flavor, our Buddhist practice, our confidence in the Dharma and our commitment to face the way things actually are.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center A Day of Connection: Sustainable Practice for a Sustainable World

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