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Luang Por Pasanno address Sunday Sila on Zoom. He reflects on sila, trust, the five precepts, volitions, kamma, and refining our relationship to our actions, speech and mind. He discusses how dana and sila lay the foundation for creating a good relationship with ourselves and others, confidence and well-being, and working toward the end of sufferin…
 
Luang Por Pasanno and Ajahn Karunadhammo reflect on what it means to have a place to gather as a community with spiritual friends. They offer a special blessing chant for this special occasion.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Luang Por answers questions on meditation topics and skills, cultivating the mind, and grief. He touches on various mind objects, appropriate kinds of thinking, happiness, illuminating the mind, grief, and compassion.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Luang Por Pasanno addresses those present and on Zoom for the Annual Celebration on creating the conditions for wise reflection (yoniso manasikara), skillful reflection, skillful attention, drawing close to good friends, and creating community.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Visiting Retired Abbess Gyokuko Carlson reflects on themes of fatherhood, change, the magical transformation of meditation and its power to undo knots, like stinking fish, within us. She encourages the acceptance of our humanity, body and mind, as part of our practice.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Jessica encourages turning the mind toward the Dhamma and true awareness of how things really are, rather than how things were in the past or how we fear they are. She reminds us we are held by the Dhamma, the community, and our friends. She encourages realizing that others might not feel safe and to act with compassion by holding others where they…
 
Debbie Stamp, a lay teacher and resident of Abhayagiri Monastery for 23 years, addresses Sunday Sila. She reflects on a year of changes in her life, some that we have all faced and some specific to her life. She reflects on adapting.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Sakula reflects on a retreat with Luang Por Sucitto and his teaching on wholesomeness. She shares readings from Buddhadhamma by Phra Prayudh Payutto. Beautiful in the beginning, beautiful in the middle, beautiful in the end.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Guest lay teacher Cittasubha addresses Sunday Sila, reflecting on the presence of the Buddha’s teachings everywhere. We grow by receiving teachings and then reflecting on them. She shares how to listen to Dhamma with the help of Ajahn Munindo.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Jessica asks what it would be like if instead of asking, “How are you?” we were to ask, “What are you reflecting on lately?” How can we understand one another through the lens of wise reflection, yonisomanasikara? A story of reflecting with children.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Sakula discusses the benefits of the practice of recognizing when we naturally feel goodness and intentionally feeling goodness. She reflects on the suffering of being entangled in our fears and ways of dealing with our triggers.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Ayya continues the study of the Highest Blessings, Mangala sutta, using multiple translations and takes more questions. The days closes with a chance to chant the sutta with fresh understanding.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Ayya begins the study of the Mangala Sutta, The Highest Blessings (Snp2-4). Using multiple translations, she elucidate these instructions for living a blameless life, free of remorse.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Sakula leads Sunday Sila and responds to a line in Ajahn Munindo’s book. She provides encouragement for coping with our turbulent times by creating space, avoiding our patterned reactions, being present with our feelings, and finding a skillful response.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Ayya Medhanandi begins by asking those assembled what is the most pressing issue now. She leads us to seeing the wisdom of being present in the moment as a refuge from the worldly winds and suffering. While she recognized that there has been great suffering this past year, she pointed out that suffering, in fact, allows us to learn the Dhamma. Our …
 
Ayya Medhanandi teaches Portland Friends of the Dhamma for the first time in a daylong session. The theme was Ever Present Refuge. In this recording she introduces the precepts as the foundation for building happiness.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Ajahn Thanissaro (Geoff) visited Portland Friends of the Dhamma by Zoom for his 19th annual teaching session. His topic was “Response to Change.” The study guide is found here. The topics ranged from change in general to grief, all with a focus on specific skills for this challenging 2020 year.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In the afternoon session of Ajahn Thanissaro’s 19th annual visit, this time online due to the pandemic, the theme of “Response to Change” continues. The focus remains on the suttas and developing skills, the response. The study guide is found here.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Jessica Swanson leads Sunday Sila at the Center with some in person and some online. She reflects on what we bring to meditation, developing beneficial mind states as a gift to ourselves and others, and fearlessness – abhaya-dana.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Ayya Santussikā gives the afternoon talk of our daylong session with her on Directing the Mind, Cooling the Heart. Breath, Brahma Viharas, and suttas inform the instruction. Guidance for daily life is given. The talk is followed by a long, rich question and answer session.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this guided meditation from the morning of our daylong session with Ayya Santussika titled Directing the Mind, Cooling the Heart the foundation is laid for the afternoon’s teaching. Careful practice instruction is given grounded in the Buddha’s teaching.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Once we disengage from defilements, trust and discerning can follow more easily. Trust can bring relief. In the space of this relief we can discern an opportunity for good karma. So how do we disengage? Sakula reflects on the process of finding the constriction in the body and ceasing to feed it.Portland Friends of the Dhamma tarafından oluşturuldu
 
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