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Ajahn Sucitto's Dharma Talks at Cittaviveka
Ajahn Sucitto
As a monk, I bring a strong commitment, along with the renunciate flavor, to the classic Buddhist teachings. I play with ideas, with humor and a current way of expressing the teachings, but I don't dilute them.
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2022-07-15 Dhamma Streams Q&A 32:28
04:57 Q1 How to work with jealousy at others’ good fortune. 21:15 Q2 Living through old age, sickness and death is really highlighting my dread of being unreasonable and fitting in with familyWhat to do? 23:33 Q3 How can we use grief after the loss of a loved one? 27:36 Q4 Two similar questions: (a) I have experienced a loss of direction and feel no zest for living and insecurity overwhelms me. (b) Angry thoughts / emotional intensity lead to self admonishment. What can I do?
2022 Online Teaching
2022-07-03 Q&A - How to get out of your head and why 33:05
Questions are précised 00:00 Q1 When the body or place doesn’t seem like a safe place to be, how can we take refuge in the heart? 04:01 Q2 I have been experiencing a flight – fight response recently, triggered perhaps by the pandemic. Everything seems to get trapped in the brain although I have been meditating for years. It seems to be a bit of a fight. Do you have any advice please? 12:39 Q3 The pandemic mode seems to continue and these small text messages are very quick and short and I feel lost, not catching up to the mind states of others. How can we do body practices in this situation? 18:39 Q4 There is so much to worry about these days and it seems almost hopeless sometimes. My meditation helps, but how can I be more consistent with the practice please? 23:31 Q5 I’m a psychologist working with people who have experienced severe trauma. Do you have one or two suggestions as to how I can help other people to clear energies that affect the heart and body? 28:54 Q6 I have relationship issues with my sister over how she treats our mother. I have spoken rather harshly to her about this and she has stopped talking to me. How can I deal with this please?
2022-07-03 How to get out of your head and why - An online talk requested by Buddhadasa Indapanno Archives, Bangkok 22:23
Incessant thinking is like a vehicle whose wheels have left the ground. Presence can be anchored by mindfulness of the body; this allows the heart safety from agitation and reduces addictive longing for sense stimulation.
2022-05-06 Sustaining the Middle Way Sampajañña 26:37
Using the body's sensitivity we can notice what stabilizes and gladdens the citta, that moment the Buddha touches our heart. How can our practice continue this? Ajahn recommends cultivating sampajañña - fully and directly knowing what’s happening - and describes its four qualities.
2022 Online Teaching
2022-05-06 Guided Meditation 15:32
2022 Online Teaching
2022-05-01 Taking the 3 Refuges (P) 1:30
Ajahn Sucitto Chanting Collection
2022-05-01 Suffusion with the Divine Abidings (E) 3:55
Ajahn Sucitto Chanting Collection
2022-05-01 Refuge Mantra (P) 1:31
Ajahn Sucitto Chanting Collection
2022-05-01 Morning Chanting (P) and 5 Subjects (P&E) 8:16
Ajahn Sucitto Chanting Collection
2022-05-01 Morning Chanting (E), Loving Kindness (E) and 5 Subjects (P&E) 12:27
Ajahn Sucitto Chanting Collection

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