Ajahn Amaro explains about spiritual discipline in fighting addiction. How sex, violence and the state of grace are intricately related.
Why impermanence as uncertainty? Ajahn Amaro teaches Buddhist wisdom discrimination is consciousness, nondiscrimination is wisdom.
In this audible, Ajahn chants Buddhist teaching. It seemingly paves the way to freedom from a life bound of hatred and difficulty.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation “opening your senses.” It allows experiencing visceral sensations with open awareness, seeing, sensing and feeling.
This “coming to your senses” guided meditation by Sean Fargo is the intermediate level of open awareness practice. This meditation is helpful in dealing with addiction.
Sylvia Boorstein brainstorms about “I would have wanted more, but I never wanted other.” She explains the power of choice that we have that leads us to where we should be.
Mark Coleman leads a Meditation on Renunciation. It’s a form of deprivation, like letting go of indifference to ourselves, to our pain, to our body.
Kevin Griffin leads a guided meditation- Mindful Recovery (Dharma & Recovery). To increase mindfulness and becoming more aware.
Tara Brach leads a guided meditation Getting Lost and Coming Back. In the stillness, feel your body breathing and bring your attention to the heart.
Tara Brach talks about Working with Addiction. She started with the story of the Hungry Ghosts. Attachments and addictions are hooks that pull us away from awareness.