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Dharma Talks given at Gaia House
2022-04-15 Dharma Talk - You Place in Existence 49:16
Helen Stephenson
Insight Meditation and Yoga

2022-04-15 Instructions & Guided Meditation 41:03
River Wolton
The five hindrances as coverings.
Insight Meditation and Yoga

2022-04-14 Dharma Talk - Kindfulness of Body 41:42
River Wolton
Insight Meditation and Yoga

2022-04-14 Instructions & Guided Meditation 45:04
River Wolton
Grounding, breathing & soothing.
Insight Meditation and Yoga

2022-04-11 Week 5 - Dharma Talk 30:54
Jenny Wilks
The eight-fold path.
Foundations of Dharma practice: what the Buddha taught.

2022-04-11 Week 5 - Guided Meditation 27:09
Laura Bridgman
Intention, effort & stabilising.
Foundations of Dharma practice: what the Buddha taught.

2022-04-10 The Sister Selā Discourse 1:18:38
Zohar Lavie
This session starts with a guided meditation (30 mins). Followed by a reflection on the Sister Sela sutta. The latter part is a questions and response session. For privacy, the questions have not been recorded, but it should still make sense.
Online Dharma Hall - Apr 2022

2022-04-09 Dharma Talk : Passivity and Activity 30:09
Jaya Rudgard
What are we doing on retreat, and why? Reflections on how times of retreat are relevant to the whole of our life.
Stillness Moving: The Play of Opposites

2022-04-08 Instructions & Guided Meditation : Rooted in 'Middleness' 57:01
Kirsten Kratz
As we quieten the noise of aversion and grasping, some stillness and calm can arise in the spacious welcoming of our experience. We can start to feel a freeing of the heart from our often limiting agendas and sense that heart-mind can stay open, connected and engaged, even when we struggle or are not in control.
Stillness Moving: The Play of Opposites

2022-04-07 Dharma Talk : "From Either-Or" to "Neither-Nor" 49:16
Kirsten Kratz
The teachings on the Middle Way, in their different expression, all point to a dynamic, responsive balance that aims to avoid skewing to any side of a perceived polarity. They do not imply a "being stuck in the middle", nor do they promise that we can eventually find a place to land, settle and discover freedom in taking a side in any duality. The teachings on the Middle Way keep us on our feet, questioning, opening, refining. They reveal and offer the liberating perception of "Neither-Nor".
Stillness Moving: The Play of Opposites

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