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12_Continuing-practice-home.mp3(12) Continuing the Practice at Home1427 viewsAfter a retreat, the challenge of continuing the practice at home needs to be considered. Strategies and advice on how to cope with the daily routine and incorporating the practice into daily life is given.Jul 29, 2009
08_Paying-attention-feelings.mp3(8) Paying Attention to Feelings2550 viewsThe Buddha said: "All things converge in Feelings", so paying attention to feelings, whether they are pleasant, unpleasant or indifferent is the is the primary focus in Vipassana meditation.Jul 29, 2009
10_At-six-sense-doors.mp3(10) At the Six-Sense Doors2087 viewsThis is an orientation to Sense Doors or sense spheres: i.e. the five senses as well as the mind itself.Jul 29, 2009
11_Support-loving-kindness.mp3(11) The Support of Loving-Kindness1678 viewsLoving-kindness as a concentration based meditation is used to uplift and sweeten the mind, which compliments the Vipassana practice. Jul 29, 2009
09_Investigating-bodys-reality.mp3(9) Investigating the Body's Reality1784 viewsInvestigating the Body's Reality is based on the Buddha's words in the Dhammapada: "They awaken, always wide awake: Gautama Buddha's disciples whose mindfulness, both day and night, is constantly immersed in the body". Dhp 299 Jul 29, 2009
07_Clearly-knowing-daily-activities.mp3(7) Clearly Knowing Daily Activities1945 viewsClearly Knowing Daily Activities requires one to have full knowledge of what one is doing as one is doing it - i.e. having present moment awareness.Jul 29, 2009
03_Framework-for-practice.mp3(3) Framework for the Practice2568 viewsThe Framework for the Practice is based on the Four Establishments of Mindfulness (Satipatthana Sutta): Body, Feelings, Mind States, and Mind Objects.Jul 29, 2009
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