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Bhante Buddharakkhita's Dharma Talks at New York Insight Meditation Center
Bhante Buddharakkhita
Bhante Buddharakkhita was born and raised in Uganda. Meditating since 1993, he was ordained as a Theravada Buddhist monk in 2002. Now residing at Bhavana Society in WV, he teaches worldwide and in 2005 founded the Uganda Buddhist Centre.
2017-10-29 Unraveling Difficult Emotions - Sunday Afternoon 1:22:37
Unraveling Difficult Emotions Through the Practice of Loving-kindness and Mindfulness Meditation
2017-10-29 Unraveling Difficult Emotions - Sunday Afternoon Q&A and Bhante's talking about Uganda Buddhist Centre 46:18
Unraveling Difficult Emotions Through the Practice of Loving-kindness and Mindfulness Meditation
2017-10-27 TBIF Unraveling Difficult Emotions - Introductory talk 1:16:05
Unraveling Difficult Emotions Through the Practice of Loving-kindness and Mindfulness Meditation
2012-07-15 Equanimity in Our Daily Life: Awakening to Our True Nature #2 1:26:07
What does it means to be awake from moment to moment? Do you have difficulties in finding balance in your life? Are you centered and grounded in your daily life? We will explore the last two of the seven factors of awakening: Concentration and Equanimity. When mindfulness and concentration practice gains momentum, we will begin to find balance in our daily life. Equanimity will organically arise and serve as a supporting factor on the path to inner-peace, true happiness and final awakening.
2012-07-14 Equanimity in Our Daily Life: Awakening to Our True Nature #1 54:39
What does it means to be awake from moment to moment? Do you have difficulties in finding balance in your life? Are you centered and grounded in your daily life? We will explore the last two of the seven factors of awakening: Concentration and Equanimity. When mindfulness and concentration practice gains momentum, we will begin to find balance in our daily life. Equanimity will organically arise and serve as a supporting factor on the path to inner-peace, true happiness and final awakening. The day will include mindfulness of walking, sitting, standing, discussion group, guided meditation instructions, question and answer session, and Dhamma talks.
NYI Regular Talks
2012-07-14 Equanimity in Our Daily Life: Awaking to Our True Nature 1:45:03
What does it means to be awake from moment to moment? Do you have difficulties in finding balance in your life? Are you centered and grounded in your daily life? We will explore the last two of the seven factors of awakening: Concentration and Equanimity. When mindfulness and concentration practice gains momentum, we will begin to find balance in our daily life. Equanimity will organically arise and serve as a supporting factor on the path to inner-peace, true happiness and final awakening.
Equanimity in Our Daily Life: Awakening to Our True Nature

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