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Day08_3rd-4thNobleTruthsPart_1.MP3
Day08_3rd-4thNobleTruthsPart_1.MP33rd and 4th Noble Truths (Part 1)1067 viewsDay Eight: Part 1: Dhamma Talk on The 3rd and 4th Noble Truths given at the 2009 10-day Vipassana Retreat at Bodhi Tree Forest Monastery, Australia.
track08_five-mental-faculties-pt-3.mp3
track08_five-mental-faculties-pt-3.mp3(08) Vipassana Meditation Retreat1052 viewsTrack08 Five Mental Faculties (Part 3) - 10 Vipassana Retreat Talks, by Sayadaw U Janaka (6/12/2003)
The final talk on the Five Mental Faculties during an intensive Vipassana (Insight) meditation retreat in the Mahasi Sayadaw tradition of Burma, by the abbot and Meditation Master of Chanmyay Meditation Centre, Yangon, Myanmar.
Day07_1st-2ndNobleTruthsPart_2.MP3
Day07_1st-2ndNobleTruthsPart_2.MP31st and 2nd Noble Truths (Part 2)1042 viewsDay Seven: Part 2: Dhamma Talk on The 1st and 2nd Noble Truths given at the 2009 10-day Vipassana Retreat at Bodhi Tree Forest Monastery, Australia.
track03_four-reflections.mp3
track03_four-reflections.mp3(03) Vipassana Meditation Retreat1011 viewsTrack03 The Four Reflections - 10 Vipassana Retreat Talks, by Sayadaw U Janaka (6/12/2003)
An evening talk during an intensive Vipassana (Insight) meditation retreat in the Mahasi Sayadaw tradition of
Burma, by the abbot and meditation master of Chanmyay Meditation Centre, Yangon, Myanmar.
track05_dependent-origination-pt-2.mp3
track05_dependent-origination-pt-2.mp3(05) Vipassana Meditation Retreat1003 viewsTrack05 Dependent Origination (Part 2) - 10 Vipassana Retreat Talks, by Sayadaw U Janaka (6/12/2003)
The second part of an evening talk on Dependent Origination during an intensive Vipassana (Insight) meditation retreat in the Mahasi Sayadaw tradition of Burma, by the abbot and Meditation Master of Chanmyay Meditation Centre, Yangon, Myanmar.
track04_dependent-origination-pt-1.mp3
track04_dependent-origination-pt-1.mp3(04) Vipassana Meditation Retreat987 viewsTrack04 Dependent Origination (Part 1) - 10 Vipassana Retreat Talks, by Sayadaw U Janaka (6/12/2003)
Two evening talks on Dependent Origination during an intensive Vipassana (Insight) meditation retreat in the Mahasi Sayadaw tradition of Burma, by the abbot and Meditation Master of Chanmyay Meditation Centre, Yangon, Myanmar.
track06_five-mental-faculties-pt-1.mp3
track06_five-mental-faculties-pt-1.mp3(06) Vipassana Meditation Retreat976 viewsTrack06 Five Mental Faculties (Part 1) - 10 Vipassana Retreat Talks, by Sayadaw U Janaka (6/12/2003)
A three part talk on the Five Mental Faculties during an intensive Vipassana (Insight) meditation retreat in the Mahasi Sayadaw tradition of Burma, by the abbot and Meditation Master of Chanmyay Meditation Centre, Yangon, Myanmar.
huxter_healing_painful_emotions.mp3
huxter_healing_painful_emotions.mp3Healing Painful Emotions971 viewsHealing painful emotions are instructions for some options to deal with 1. strong physical sensations and 2. difficult emotions if they are arise. It requires that the listener has already developed some skill with meditation for it to be effective. These tracks are not really guided meditations but more instructions for some options for dealing with uncomfortable physical sensations and emotions.

File09_Not-self.mp3
File09_Not-self.mp3Not-Self955 viewsPatrick Kearney's Vipassana Retreat Talk at Bodhi Tree Monastery (2009)

We come to Anattalakkhana Sutta (Characteristics of not-self), where the Buddha presents the five aggregates associated with clinging and reveals their real nature. The five aggregates are one of the two main ways in which the Buddha analyses the nature of the human being. They represent what we cling to to create our sense of who we are and what the world is.

We look at the Buddha’s description of how we construct our identity through the three movements of: craving (tanha), the drive to possess; conceit (mana), our fundamental sense of separation and identity; and view (ditthi), the completed concept we have of ourselves-within-our-world. We consider how the Buddha's understanding of not-self (anatta) plays out in his understanding of life-after-life. If there is, fundamentally, no-one here, then who moves from one life to another?
File10_(AM)_Contemplating_the_thought-stream.mp3
File10_(AM)_Contemplating_the_thought-stream.mp3Contemplating the Thought-stream941 viewsPatrick Kearney's Vipassana Retreat Talk at Bodhi Tree Monastery (2009)

Our addiction to thinking creates a major barrier to settling into Samadhi, “unification” or “concentration.” Often we try to push thought away, or simply endure it as an unpleasant fact of life. But the essence of this practice, according to Mahasi Sayadaw, is to note, or be deliberately aware of, whatever is predominant in any of the six sense fields, now. If thinking is currently predominant, then thinking should be our meditation
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