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Ayya Santacitta's Dharma Talks at Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
Ayya Santacitta
Santacitta Bhikkhuni trained as a nun in England & Asia from 1993 until 2009, primarily in the lineage of Ajahn Chah. Since 2002, she has also received teachings in the lineage of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. She co-founded Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery in Northern California in 2009 and is committed to our planet as a living being. Santacitta Bhikkhuni stammt aus Österreich and begann ihre Nonnenausbildung 1993 in England & Asien, vor allem in der Traditionslinie von Ajahn Chah. Seit 2002 empfängt sie auch Unterweisungen in der Traditionslinie von Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. Sie ist Mitbegründerin von Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery in Kalifornien und unserem Planeten als lebendes Wesen verpflichtet.
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2018-04-11 There In The Middleness 41:24
Engaging with the practice from a place of stability and openness. When you have gone too far, change direction.
The Middle Way ~ Finding Our Natural Resting Place: Monastic Retreat
2018-04-10 Sense Of Urgency 43:29
Guided meditation on death.
The Middle Way ~ Finding Our Natural Resting Place: Monastic Retreat
2018-04-10 Right Concentration/Stability/Collectedness 34:22
The function of unifying the other mental factors in the task of cognition, in combination with Right View.
The Middle Way ~ Finding Our Natural Resting Place: Monastic Retreat
2018-04-09 Being The Knowing 40:06
Guided meditation on awareness of awareness.
The Middle Way ~ Finding Our Natural Resting Place: Monastic Retreat
2018-04-07 Right Action 47:46
It is impossible to separate meditation from the ethical foundation that makes it possible.
The Middle Way ~ Finding Our Natural Resting Place: Monastic Retreat
2018-04-06 Right Speech 37:10
The ultimate purpose is not so much ethical as spiritual - an aid to mental purification.
The Middle Way ~ Finding Our Natural Resting Place: Monastic Retreat
2018-04-05 What Is Right Thought/Intention? 1:43:12
Transforming habitual tendencies with right thought, based on right view and supported by right effort and mindfulness.
The Middle Way ~ Finding Our Natural Resting Place: Monastic Retreat
2018-04-04 Mindfulness Of Body 45:17
Guided meditation on mindfulness of the body.
The Middle Way ~ Finding Our Natural Resting Place: Monastic Retreat
2018-04-04 Four Postures For Meditation 34:07
Guidance on mindful sitting, walking, standing and lying down.
The Middle Way ~ Finding Our Natural Resting Place: Monastic Retreat
2015-04-29 The Heart-wish and the Four Iddhipada 35:33
Sincere motivation channels our energy into four universal patterns of spiritual power
Listening to Natural Law: Monastic Retreat

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