The greatest gift is the
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Ajahn Amaro's Dharma Talks at Spirit Rock Meditation 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.
2009-09-27 Seasons.. pt 2 of 4 31:31
Ajahn Amaro Daylong at Spirit Rock
2009-09-27 Seasons of Mist and Mellow Fruitfulness, pt 1 of 4 48:58
Ajahn Amaro Daylong at Spirit Rock
2009-04-04 Spring Fever Part 3 41:33
Spring Fever
2009-04-04 Spring Fever Pt 2 46:40
see part 1.
Spring Fever
2009-04-04 Spring Fever Pt 1. 40:31
We often relate to arisings and beginnings as intrinsically and wholly good (think kids and puppies, spring flowers...), but surely there's more to the story, for everything in nature tends to create its opposite. This will be a day of reflections and practices on the themes of interest and enthusiasm, and their painful shadow, the obsessive quality of becoming. Most usefully we will explore the ways that the heart can be freed from such obsessive addictions so the cycles of nature can be integrated harmoniously.
Spring Fever
2008-08-01 Love For Our Dear Ones 45:54
Family Retreat
2008-06-12 I, Me, Mine 51:00
Ajahn Amaro picks up on themes that Ajahn Sumedho has been reflecting on during this retreat, including metta (loving kindness), and the fetters that obstruct the spiritual path.
Monastic Retreat
2006-07-02 The One Who Knows - part 1 1:20:10
Day long on discovering the one who knows. Part One
2006-07-02 The One Who Knows - part 2 68:47
Day long on discovering the one who knows. Part Two
2006-07-02 The One Who Knows - part 3 52:07
Day long on discovering the one who knows. Part Three

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