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Ayya Anandabodhi's Dharma Talks
Ayya Anandabodhi
Ayya Anandabodhi first encountered the Buddha’s teachings in her early teens, igniting a deep interest in the Buddha’s Path of Awakening. She lived and trained as a nun in the Forest Tradition at Amaravati and Chithurst monasteries in England from 1992 until 2009, when she moved to the US to help establish Aloka Vihara, a training monastery for women, where she now resides.
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2016-12-29 Morning Reflection 22:32
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery (Angela Center)
2016-12-29 Metta Meditation 41:13
Guided Meditation
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery (Angela Center)
2016-12-28 The Story of the Self 37:37
Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery (Angela Center)
2016-07-16 Meeting With the Challenges of our Time 67:26
Dhamma Reflection from the daylong - Listening to Natural Law - on July 16, 2016. Followed by a Q&A with Ayya Anandabodhi and Ayya Santacitta.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center July Metta Retreat
2016-07-16 Arriving into Body and Breath 2:34:30
Guided Meditation from our daylong - Listening to Natural Law - on Saturday, July 16, 2016
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2016-05-14 Stroking the Dog 41:27
Learning to train the mind.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Taking Refuge In What Is True
2016-05-12 Ecology of the Heart 39:19
Dhamma Reflection
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Taking Refuge In What Is True
2016-05-11 Guided Meditation on the Four Brahma Vihara 52:13
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Taking Refuge In What Is True
2016-05-10 Applying the Practice 44:26
Evening reflection on how we need to apply the practice differently as our path progresses - and a reminder of how we can get caught by the hindrances, and how to get un-caught.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Taking Refuge In What Is True
In collection Developing Our Practice
2016-05-10 Refuge in Awareness 45:48
Morning reflection on developing awareness of changing states.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Taking Refuge In What Is True

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