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Dharma Talks Access for Retreatants at Dharmagiri

Being Dharma Month Long at Dharmagiri, South Africa

Being Dharma, taught by Kittisaro & Thanissara, draws from Theravada, Pure Land and Chan practice to explore the journey - as taught by Ajahn Chah - from "hearing the Dharma, learning, understanding, practicing and seeing the truth of the Dharma, to Being Dharma."
2015-01-07 (27 days) Dharmagiri

  
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2015-01-07 Developing the Yoga of the Mind 29:49
  Kittisaro
Realization of Dharma is both gradual and immediate. Ajahn Chah's reflection on Being Dharma. Training in awarness.
2015-01-08 Leaving Behind Apartheid of the Heart 37:58
  Kittisaro
Introduction to Mindfulness and Satipatthana Sutta as a training in freedom. Sakka's question to the Buddha about conflict.
2015-01-08 Renunciation1 - Entering the River of Reality 39:07
  Thanissara
The practice of renunciation. Leaving behind & going forth. Contemplation of death. Tolerating uncertainty. Entering the flow of Life as an act of trust. The Great Earth & times of radical shift. Grace. Wisdom of the KoiSan People
2015-01-09 Higher Training of the Mind/ Heart 49:09
  Kittisaro
The ancient practice of religion and yoga binds us to limitation in order to go beyond limitation. Cultivating inner access to stability, healing and an abiding of well being through the cultivation of samadhi and jhana.
2015-01-09 Renunciation2 - Practice of the First Foundation of Mindfulness 45:16
  Thanissara
Moving from reliance on sense bases to immediate practice, here and now, of mindfulness of body/breath - Aspects of attention.
2015-01-10 The Training of Samadhi - Guided Meditation 30:59
  Kittisaro
2015-01-11 Ajahn Chah's Advice about "Terrorists" 37:36
  Kittisaro
Kittisaro reflects on his father's life, as his father approaches death. Seeing and working through the force of greed, hatred and delusion.
2015-01-12 Cultivation of Wise Reflection 43:01
  Thanissara
Balance of calm and insight practice, wisdom arising from dukkha, practice of overcoming suffering, Bahiya's (the disciple who understood the teaching quickest) question to the Buddha.
2015-01-12 Nature of Phenonmena Through Insight 35:04
  Kittisaro
Balance of samatha and vipassana. Exploration of phenomena, and dhammas, power of seeing impermanence, dispassion and relinquishment.
2015-01-13 A Heavenly Messenger Arrives: Today My Father Died. 50:47
  Kittisaro
Kittisaro reflects on his father and his death. The ending of greed, hatred and delusion is nibbana. An analogy from the Shurangama Sutra. Entering the living silence.
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