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Dharma Talks given at Gaia House
2021-02-20 Teachings and Guided Meditation 55:59
Martine Batchelor
An Equanimous mind is like gold: brilliant and malleable amidst life’s ups and downs.
Meeting Life's Ups and Downs

2021-02-14 Guided Meditation 30:52
Gavin Milne
Tending to the heart
Young Person's Retreat

2021-02-13 Dharma Talk - Disentangling from Suffering 49:50
Gavin Milne
Young Person's Retreat

2021-02-13 Guided Meditation 28:14
Gavin Milne
Becoming intimate with experience.
Young Person's Retreat

2021-02-13 Guided Meditation and Teachings 49:33
Gavin Milne
Coming back to the body in the moment.
Young Person's Retreat

2021-02-07 Magically Making Time 1:18:43
Nathan Glyde
Guided meditation and talk from the Online Dharma Hall
Online Dharma Hall - Feb 2021

2021-02-07 Guided practice and Talk about Ethics 64:22
Zohar Lavie
Online Dharma Hall - Feb 2021

2021-02-06 Buddhism, Reality, Zen and God - Discussion Panel 1:15:25
Stephen Batchelor
This recording also includes Brad Warner
Buddhism, Reality, Zen and God - A Discussion Panel with Stephen Batchelor and Brad Warner (Online Fundraiser for Gaia House Retreat Centre and the Angel City Zen Centre)

2021-02-04 Mettā to Sensations 41:10
Zohar Lavie
Relaxed, Open, Awake

2021-02-04 A Boundless Path of Insight 48:35
Nathan Glyde
Saṅkhāra points out that in every moment of life there is a phenomena in attention and atmosphere of attention that is shaping it. This happens on a retreat and in the whole of our life. Is our meditation practice of deep listening and skilful cultivation only useful on the ‘cushion’ or is it a tool for awakening in very moment of life?
Relaxed, Open, Awake

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