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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.

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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

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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.

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Opening Your Senses

Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation “opening your senses.” It allows experiencing visceral sensations with open awareness, seeing, sensing and feeling.

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Coming To Your Senses

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.

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I Would Have Wanted More, But I Never Wanted Other

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.

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Meditation On Renunciation

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.

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Mindful Recovery: A Guided Meditation

Kevin Griffin leads a guided meditation- Mindful Recovery (Dharma & Recovery). To increase mindfulness and becoming more aware.

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Getting Lost & Coming Back

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.

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Working with Addiction

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.

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