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Track02_Being_an_Emotional_Wreck_15_Mar_2001_Ajahn_Sumedho.mp3
Track02_Being_an_Emotional_Wreck_15_Mar_2001_Ajahn_Sumedho.mp3Being an Emotional Wreck771 viewsSep 26, 2013
Track01_Protecting_your_Identity_25_Sep_2001_Ajahn_Sumedho.mp3
Track01_Protecting_your_Identity_25_Sep_2001_Ajahn_Sumedho.mp3Protecting Your Identity1021 viewsSep 26, 2013
Track00_Intuitive_Awareness_22_Mar_2001_Ajahn_Sumedho.mp3
Track00_Intuitive_Awareness_22_Mar_2001_Ajahn_Sumedho.mp3Intuitive Awareness1465 viewsSep 26, 2013
Jotika_praise_blame.mp3
Jotika_praise_blame.mp3Praise and Blame1603 viewsThe topic of this talk: “Praise and Blame” which is one of the ‘Eight Worldly Winds’, namely: Atta Loka Dhamma - Gain and Loss (laabha and alaabha) to be loved or unloved (yasa and ayasa) Praise and Blame (pasamsaa and nindaa) Happiness and Pain (sukha and dukkha). These Eight Worldly Winds are mentioned in the Mangala Sutta - a sutta that Sayadaw has talked on many times elsewhere.May 12, 2010
Jotika_no_home.mp3
Jotika_no_home.mp3I Have No Home 1324 viewsThe talk was based on some verses from an old anonymous Samurai poem, which served as a launching point into some beautiful Dhamma. The verses referred to: I have no parents; I make the Heavens and the Earth my parents. / I have no home; I make mindfulness my home. / I have no life or death; I make the tides of breathing my life and death. / I have no divine power; I make honesty my divine power. / I have no friends; I make my mind my friend. / I have no castle; I make the immovable mind my castle. / I have no sword; I make absence of self my sword.May 12, 2010
Wisdom_of_Emptiness.mp3
Wisdom_of_Emptiness.mp3Wisdom of Emptiness2051 viewsTenzin Palmo met her Guru, His Eminence the eighth Khamtrul Rinpoche in India and became one of the first Westerners to be ordained as a Tibetan Buddhist nun. She remained with Khamtrul Rinpoche and his community in Himachal Pradesh, northern India, for six years and then he directed her to the Himalayan valley of Lahaul in order to undertake more intensive practice. Tenzin Palmo stayed in a small monastery there for several years, remaining in retreat during the long winter months. Then, seeking for more seclusion and better conditions for practice, she found a nearby cave where she remained for another 12 years, the last 3 years in strict retreat. She left India in 1988 and went to stay in Italy where she taught at various Dharma centres.May 03, 2010
Tubten_Pende-Ethics_for_New_Millennium_pt1.mp3
Tubten_Pende-Ethics_for_New_Millennium_pt1.mp3Ethics for the New Millennium (Part 1)1618 viewsA Lecture Series Based on the Bestseller 'Ethics for the New Millennium' by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. (Part 1)

This lecture series highlights the universal, ethical principles that anyone can apply in daily life, based on the practical guidelines provided by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in his book Ethics For The New Millennium. Everyday we are confronted with ethical choices of right and wrong, for which we often turn to wisdom traditions for guidance, as our own future happiness as well as that of others is affected by our choice. His Holiness provides universal guidelines that anyone can benefit from whether they follow a particular religion or not.
May 03, 2010
Tubten_Pende-Ethics_for_New_Millennium_pt3.mp3
Tubten_Pende-Ethics_for_New_Millennium_pt3.mp3Ethics for the New Millennium (Part 3)1052 viewsA Lecture Series Based on the Bestseller 'Ethics for the New Millennium' by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. (Part 3)

This lecture series highlights the universal, ethical principles that anyone can apply in daily life, based on the practical guidelines provided by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in his book Ethics For The New Millennium. Everyday we are confronted with ethical choices of right and wrong, for which we often turn to wisdom traditions for guidance, as our own future happiness as well as that of others is affected by our choice. His Holiness provides universal guidelines that anyone can benefit from whether they follow a particular religion or not.
May 03, 2010
Tubten_Pende-Ethics_for_New_Millennium_pt2.mp3
Tubten_Pende-Ethics_for_New_Millennium_pt2.mp3Ethics for the New Millennium (Part 2)1054 viewsA Lecture Series Based on the Bestseller 'Ethics for the New Millennium' by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. (Part 2)

This lecture series highlights the universal, ethical principles that anyone can apply in daily life, based on the practical guidelines provided by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in his book Ethics For The New Millennium. Everyday we are confronted with ethical choices of right and wrong, for which we often turn to wisdom traditions for guidance, as our own future happiness as well as that of others is affected by our choice. His Holiness provides universal guidelines that anyone can benefit from whether they follow a particular religion or not.
May 03, 2010
Changing_the_Mind.mp3
Changing_the_Mind.mp3Changing the Mind2505 viewsChanging the Mind Broadcast Live at Women at Wisdom Lectures, San Francisco, CA September 3, 2002

"Human happiness and human satisfaction must ultimately come from within oneself." -- His Holiness Dalai Lama.
May 03, 2010
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