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Ajahn Sucitto's Dharma Talks
Ajahn Sucitto
As a monk, I bring a strong commitment, along with the renunciate flavor, to the classic Buddhist teachings. I play with ideas, with humor and a current way of expressing the teachings, but I don't dilute them.
2011-09-24 1 Morning Chanting and Guided Meditation 11:32
Cittaviveka Five Day Study Retreat
2011-09-24 2 Group Study - Citta 1:32:14
Cittaviveka Five Day Study Retreat
2011-09-24 3 Group Study - View, Effort and Mindfulness 1:25:41
Cittaviveka Five Day Study Retreat
2011-09-24 4 Evening Talk - Views and The Body 1:15:11
Cittaviveka Five Day Study Retreat
2011-09-23 Introduction, Stabilising Attention 47:19
Cittaviveka Five Day Study Retreat
2011-09-10 Guided Meditation - Directing Attention To Arising 48:07
Begins with guidance to establish a relaxed, steady, upright posture, wishing well throughout the body. When a balance of energy comes, begin turning the mind around. Get back to where the thoughts and memories are coming from. Direct yourself to the place of arising, before it takes form. The sense of formlessness and openness can then be experienced.
Cittaviveka Vassa Group Retreat
2011-09-10 Meeting The World 41:21
Practice meeting your reality directly, just being with what arises without getting involved. The spiritual faculties come alive and support you. When there’s nothing you can’t meet, what else do you need? Through this cultivation, you have a calming, cooling refuge place in your life.
Cittaviveka Vassa Group Retreat
2011-09-03 Floating On The River Of Mind 41:34
When we meditate, we notice that mind is like a river, constantly moving along, continually generating conditions. One thing we can always come back to is paying attention. When we want or don’t want something, it generates stress. Just be open and pay attention. This unbiased attention is most useful. Mind settles by just paying attention.
Cittaviveka Vassa Group Retreat
2011-08-30 Guided Meditation 55:41
Mind is endlessly moving, meandering, outflowing. Meditation is about bringing the mind back through the use of particular reference points. Use the guided meditation to firmly, kindly, repeatedly bring the mind back.
Cittaviveka Vassa Group Retreat
2011-08-28 Wisdom From Knowing Feelings 49:20

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