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Nathan Glyde's Dharma Talks at Gaia House
Nathan Glyde
Nathan Glyde has been practicing and studying meditation since 1997, and sharing teachings on retreats since 2007. In 2004 he co-founded SanghaSeva whose retreats emphasise wisdom and compassion in ecological and humanitarian service.
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2022-04-24 A Boundless Passion 1:28:15
A guided meditation sending mettā and compassion to phenomena (rather than beings). Then a reflection and discussion about what insights, wisdom, and well-being, we feel from this kind of practice. Plus, where further can this practice take us. For more, see my upcoming course at Gaia House: https://gaiahouse.co.uk/programme-2022/wisdom-of-compassion/
Online Dharma Hall - Apr 2022
2022-04-03 Bodhisattva Perspective 1:25:39
How does our concept of for whom we're practising shape our practice? Including our energy and enthusiasm, what we might do in the practice, and more…
Online Dharma Hall - Apr 2022
2022-03-12 Connecting Into Interconnection 1:24:06
Can we live in a sense of interconnection: where meaningfulness has meaning; and sensitivity takes priority? And can we be willing to live from there? Where the necessary renunciations call us into deeper, nourishing connection. Includes a guided meditation, Dharma reflection, and responses to questions.
Online Dharma Hall - Mar 2022
2022-03-05 Wise Acceptance and Wise Non-acceptance 1:27:19
Getting to know our experience is so essential, and that is greatly deepened by accepting what has already arisen. But the Dharma is also about cultivation of beautiful, skilful, and wholesome qualities. And that also means abandoning unhelpful habitual ways of being and acting: wise non-acceptance is a part of wise and timely acceptance. This recording contains a guided meditation, Dharma reflection, and questions.
Online Dharma Hall - Mar 2022
2022-02-19 Responsive to a Fluid Self 1:22:38
We can habitually and instinctively feel like our self, and apparent things of the world have the nature of fixity and stability. Yet, when we look deeper, what appeared independent and inherently there, seems to melt into a kind of fluidity. From this more sensitive meeting, can we find an appropriate response to how we actually feel in the current moment? As if we can go beneath the frozen surface of the idea of who and what is into the dependently originating and fading fluidity.
Online Dharma Hall - Feb 2022
2022-02-12 Closing Meditation and Transitioning Talk 51:08
Easing into the Middle Way
2022-02-11 Dharma Talk - How an Empty Self Transforms the World 53:03
Easing into the Middle Way
2022-02-10 Guided Meditation 45:44
Metta with a dash of Anicca.
Easing into the Middle Way
2022-02-10 Questions and Responses 29:45
with Zohar Lavie
This recording also includes Zohar Lavie.
Easing into the Middle Way
2022-02-10 Meditation Instructions 59:47
Inconstancy
Easing into the Middle Way

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