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Dharma Talks
2021-04-12 IMS Daily Dharma, Apr 12 2021 20:05
Chas DiCapua
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center IMS Daily Dharma 2021

2021-04-11 Anger and Clarity 1:30:50
Eugene Cash
San Francisco Insight Meditation Community SFI Sunday Nights

2021-04-11 Mindfulness of Breathing, Part 13: Abandoning Selfing - Meditation 42:59
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Mindfulness of Breathing - A Dharma Talk Series with Mark Nunberg

2021-04-11 Mindfulness of Breathing, Part 13: Abandoning Selfing - Talk 31:39
Mark Nunberg
Common Ground Meditation Center Mindfulness of Breathing - A Dharma Talk Series with Mark Nunberg

2021-04-11 Morning Instructions 56:43
Martine Batchelor
The Path of Awakening: how to listen.
Gaia House Radical Questioning - Son Retreat

2021-04-10 Understanding Terminology 46:21
Ajahn Punnadhammo
Arrow River Forest Hermitage

2021-04-10 The Inner Tyrant Q&A 19:48
Ajahn Sucitto
How to take the teachings seriously but not make them into causes for suffering; strategies for non-compulsiveness when writing; how to skillfully relate to regret and remorse over our past actions; advice for living with the constant conditioning of the world that does not support a harmonious way of living; role of being a teacher seems to make the inner tyrant virus worse – any advice?
Dharma Realm Buddhist University :  Unseating the Inner Tyrant

2021-04-10 Being a Person 27:12
Ajahn Sucitto
Although Dhamma practice is often geared to dissolving the sense of being a person, ‘the person’ is a required entity in the everyday world. The firm center and open awareness developed in Dhamma practice work together to support this person. They provide stability and allow duties, purpose and engagement to arise straight from the heart rather than from mental habits, or from the idea of a person. Then the beauties, steadiness and generosity of Dhamma practice and Dhamma fruitions arise in our everyday lives.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

2021-04-10 The Inner Tyrant 31:37
Ajahn Sucitto
We are engaging in a world that is innately unsatisfactory. Yet, within that it’s important to find an accurate sense of purpose, ethical orientation and belonging. These are areas where the self-critical ‘inner tyrant’ quality will inevitably be activated. The Tyrant’s ‘I’m not good enough’ message can be recognized as a program rather than a meaningful description of ‘who I am’. Through the practices of disengagement, embodiment and goodwill, the program can be dismantled.
Dharma Realm Buddhist University :  Unseating the Inner Tyrant

2021-04-10 Morning Instructions 52:42
Martine Batchelor
Calm and Brightness: the roots of radical questioning.
Gaia House Radical Questioning - Son Retreat

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