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A wonderful talk by Venerable Hasapanna:

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Joseph Goldstein - "Mindfulness: what it is and not" one of the finest and inspiring talks on the subject.

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The Buddha did not teach Oneness - Ven. Thanissaro Bhikkhu at White Salmon WA, USA early Fall 2015, 28 minutes youtube video
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Here is a short one:

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This is an excellent talk from Ajahn Amaro, covering Hiri and Ottapa, and the proper attitude to having done something wrong. Highly recommended.
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A short talk by Thanissaro Bhikkhu on the benefits of gaining inner wealth as opposed to gaining wealth in the traditional sense:

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Impermanent are all formations;
Their nature is to arise and vanish.
Having arisen, they cease:
Their appeasement is blissful.
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Four Brahma Viharas by Ven Punnaji

Slightly different approach:
- He say Metta start by observing five precepts
- Four Brhma Viharas are not four different things, but the same thing in a different level. (each level is more sublime than the one before)
- Metta is the loving kindnes with breadth and width.
- Karuna is the loving kindness with breadth, width and depth
- Muditha is the happiness of selfless lovingkindness
- Upekkha is the mind without disturbance


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnxCTV9BXuI
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Unravelling our emotions

https://youtu.be/94g9_-FGbms
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"Watch your heart, observe. Be the observer, be the knower, not the condition" Ajahn Sumedho volume5 - The Wheel Of Truth
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Yes it is a great Dhamma talk.
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SarathW wrote:Yes it is a great Dhamma talk.
Hi SarathW, Very down to earth language and easy to comprehend, just brilliant, I hope he posts many more videos and would be interested in reading his books ,if he gets round too it! :clap:
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Buddho wrote:I've been listening to Ajahn Geoff for many years now and really like his Dhamma talks. He's got a soothing voice and his Dhamma talks goes straight to the point, which I like. You can find his talks at http://www.dhammatalks.org" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;.
And also many at Audiodharma.org, where he offers day-long talks annually for the last 15 years-- http://audiodharma.org/teacher/16/.
e.g. most recently, as announced here last week, at: http://www.dhammawheel.com/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=27953.

...and many others as noted throughout this thread...
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Another good Dhamma talk.

Now everyone can meditate:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDpUdAJOKC4



Also must watch. Satipatthana series by Aggacitta.


https://satipatthanasbs.com/

https://satipatthanasbs.com/satipa%E1%B ... ana/day-1/
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