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Dharma Talks given at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2020-06-07 Contemplation of Vedana (feeling tone) as a Support for Liberation (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 1:12:42
  Ayya Anandabodhi
Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-07 Three Kinds of Vedana (feeling tone) (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 45:17
  Ayya Anandabodhi
Guided body sweeping meditation.
Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-07 Getting a Handle on Complexity (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 29:39
  Ayya Santacitta
Identifying feelingtones instead of being triggered into reactivity.
Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-07 Feelings at the Six Sense Gates (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 51:20
  Venerable Dhammadipa
Guided meditation on vedana (feeling tone) as it is experienced with sense contact
Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-06 Becoming Teachable (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 60:19
  Ayya Santacitta
Accessing a wider & deeper range of experience through developing the Seven Factors of Awakening
Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-06 Real Beauty of the Nonjudgemental Heart (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 45:03
  Ayya Santacitta
Guided Meditation on knowing the five elements
Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-06 Crossing the Flood with the Theris (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 28:49
  Venerable Dhammadipa
Reflection in the poem of Upasama bhikkhuni, the four elements, and the practice of nourishing the body with food
Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-06 Befriending Our Body (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 42:30
  Ayya Anandabodhi
Guided Body Sweeping Meditation
Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-06-05 Fully Embodied Breath (Online Retreat at Spirit Rock) 61:53
  Venerable Dhammadipa
Detailed posture instructions, whole body awareness, in and out breath.
Therīgāthā - Awakening Verses of the Early Buddhists Nuns

2020-05-27 From the Ordinary Habitual Mind to the Buddha-Mind 19: Transforming Reactivity 3 65:50
  Donald Rothberg
After a review of our last two sessions exploring the nature of dukkha as reactivity and how to practice to transform reactivity, in the context of the Buddha's teachings of Dependent Origination and the Two Arrows, we explore a third aspect of practice. Some of our experiences of reactivity, particularly those in which there are repetitive and habitual patterns, sometimes open up to reveal old and relatively unconscious material, part of our "ignorance," giving us the chance to access and transform such material. This can occur, for example, when there is trauma, or when there are limiting beliefs originating from childhood (or sometimes later) related to psychological and/or social conditioning. A general model is given of four steps in the transformation of such material.
Monday and Wednesday Talks

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