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Ajahn Amaro's Dharma Talks at Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
Ajahn Amaro
I think of myself primarily as a monk who occasionally teaches, who strives to convey the spirit and the letter of Buddhism through my lifestyle, through explanation, and through the imagery of storytelling in order to bring Buddhism to life for people who are seeking truth and freedom.
2007-05-03 AM Morning Reflections 50:31
Morning reflections
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2007-04-30 AM Morning Reflections 44:27
Changing Nature of things
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2007-04-30 AM Morning Reflections - The Changing Nature Of Things 50:31
Reflections on how the practice fosters insight. Ajahn makes the distinction between the tools of practice and the actual experience of insight
Monastic Retreat
2007-04-28 Catching Suffering Before It Happens 62:19
How the perception process happens and how conflict rises. Ajahn walks us through the Honey Ball Sutta and the teaching on Dependent Origination
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2007-04-27 AM Reflections 1:12:43
Again reflections on the Triple Gem and an explanation of the morning chanting
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2007-04-26 AM Reflections 44:16
Reflections on the triple gem
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2007-04-25 From Difficulties To Freedom 1:19:55
Ajahn Amaro examines the mind that finds fault with things and he outlines the practice that leads to freedom
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2004-04-22 No Regrets 69:33
Precepts as practice; spiritual friendship; inner loveliness; practice outside of retreat. (Estimated date of talk. Exact date unknown)
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2004-04-21 Guided Meditation: Letting Go Of Conventions 39:30
Letting go of conventions in meditation when no longer needed. Abandoning the raft when reaching the other shore. (Estimated date of talk. Exact date unknown)
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2004-04-20 Breaking The Cycle Of Becoming 66:57
Brief overview of dependent origination with emphasis on the process of becoming; breaking the cycle at the link of vedana (feeling). (Estimated date of talk. Exact date unknown)
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