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Forty Five Minute Meditation – Just Bells With 5 Minute Intervals

Available for download, audible media of 45-minute meditation with just bells. The 5-minute intervals are good for parts of stress release meditation. Sourced from http://www.freemindfulness.org/downl...

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Sex, Violence And The State Of Grace

Ajahn Amaro explains about spiritual discipline in fighting addiction. How sex, violence and the state of grace are intricately related. More from: Ajahn Amaro

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Impermanence As Uncertainty

Ajahn Amaro teaches Buddhist wisdom discrimination is consciousness, nondiscrimination is wisdom, clinging to consciousness causes defilement, wisdom causes defilement, defilement causes birth and death

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Working With Pain

Ajahn teaches Buddhist wisdom on life’s difficulties. How pain is ever present in our life. And how we deal with it, work with it is the key. More from: Ajahn Amaro

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From Difficulties To Freedom

In this audible, Ajahn chants Buddhist teaching. It seemingly paves the way to freedom from a life bound of hatred and difficulty. More from: Ajahn Amaro

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The Place of Acceptance

Ajahn distinguishes loving kindness from liking and fundamental acceptance. We need to free the heart from restrictions as it’s the place of acceptance. More from: Ajahn Amaro

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Working with Difficult Emotions

Guy Armstrong discusses about the sufferings brought about by the emotional pain. Sadness, grief, all other difficult emotions, how you work with it. More from: Guy Armstrong

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Working With Fear

The topic of working with fear shows the liberating power of the Dharma. Guy Armstrong says fear has haunted human development, but it can be uprooted. More from: Guy Armstrong

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Investigating Aversion and Anger

We don’t need to judge ourselves for being angry. In meditation practice, we see it and investigate it aversion or anger as suffering. More from: Shaila Catherine

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Practicing with Anger

Practicing anger is a crucial theme in practice. There are many reasons for anger being quite confusing and yet being challenging to working with anger when the need arises. More from: Donald Rothberg...

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