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Dharma Talks
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

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