Dharma Audio

The Value of Awareness

Ajahn Sumedho

Source: Abhayagiri Monastery

Mindfulness Practice: Overcoming the Hindrances

Bhante Gunaratana

Source: Audio Dharma

Open to Experience

James Baraz

Source: Audio Dharma

Practice In The World: Living It Fully
Joseph Glodstein

Practicing the Dharma, after a retreat, with the same alive attention and nurturing wisdom that was learned during the retreat.

Recorded at Insight Meditation Society
Source: DharmaSeed

Relax, Release, Relish

Eugene Cash

Source: Audio Dharma

Intimacy, Acceptance and Release
Christina Feldman

Recorded at Insight Meditation Society
Source: DharmaSeed

Sharon Salzberg

"The most compelling part of my practice right now comes in the form of my writing. For a long time, I've focused my teaching and writing on lovingkindness. Now as I look more deeply into lovingkindness, I find that it actually rests on another foundation, the expression of faith. "

Recorded at Insight Meditation Society
Source: DharmaSeed

Chanting: The Metta Sutta

Source: Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery

The Fool's Path
Wes Nisker

Accepting Our Human Condition, Laughing With Ourselves, Stumbling Toward Enlightenment.

Recorded at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
Source: DharmaSeed

Ajahn Amaro

We don't have to get rid of thinking in order to meditate. There is no problem with thinking in and of itself, but only in how we sometimes relate to it. This talk explores the role and nature of conceptual thought, how to relate to it skillfully, as well as acknowledging the value and right use of reflective thinking.

Source: Dharma Stream, Dharma Seed

Equanimity: Freedom in the World
Gina Sharpe

Taking the practice into activity in the world.

Recorded at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
Source: DharmaSeed

The Fire Sermon — SN 35.28: Adittapariyaya Sutta

Several months after his Awakening, the Buddha delivers this sermon to an audience of 1,000 fire-worshipping ascetics. In his characteristically brilliant teaching style, the Buddha uses a metaphor that quickly penetrates to the heart of the audience — in this case, the metaphor of fire. Upon hearing this sermon, the entire audience attains full Awakening (arahatta).
Read by Bhante H. Gunaratana

Source: Bhavana Society

Radical Acceptance

Tara Brach

Source: Audio Dharma

Opening, Suffusing, Releasing

Ajahn Sucitto

Source: Forest Sangha's dharmatalks.org

In Awareness There Is No Dukkha
Ajahn Sumedho

From a teaching at the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies.

Source: Sutta Readings

The Four Noble Truths
Steve Armstong

Source: Audio Dharma

The Heart of Forgiveness
Myoshin Kelley

Forgiveness is the practice of releasing the heart from past wounding.

Andrew Olendzki is currently the executive director of the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies (BCBS) in Barre, MA. and the editor of its Insight Journal.

Source: Audio Dharma

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