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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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2023-08-04 Sweetness, danger, escape in terms of the khandha 52:03
The relative harmony of the diverse forms and energies that arise on retreat give one a sense of personal wholeness and support shared benefits.
Cittaviveka 2023 CBM Vassa Talks - Week 1
2023-08-03 Realization-existence as wave 48:47
Gathering and collecting into one pointedness takes time for settling. A retreat invites us; it leads us to gain purpose and engenders faith and skilful effort.
Cittaviveka 2023 CBM Vassa Talks - Week 1
2023-08-01 Grasping grips our world 60:06
The Buddha’s teaching is crucial and profound for the world. It points to the clinging and owning that disfigures our world – and how to give that up.
2023-06-17 Dhamma Culture and the forest ajahns 66:29
Dhamma Culture and the forest ajahns
Cittaviveka 2023 Dhamma Talks
2023-06-03 The method of the Buddha's awakening 57:40
The Buddha's Awakening and release came through firm intent and rigorous inquiry into the roots of mental behaviour: something we can all practise.
Cittaviveka 2023 Dhamma Talks
2023-05-28 The four postures are four 'Buddhas' 51:10
To internalize Buddha, we can direct mindfulness to each of the four bodily postures. Through these they will guide our psychologies to balance and steadiness in the midst of conditions.
Cittaviveka 2023 Dhamma Talks
2023-05-19 Managing the energetic basis of consciousness 50:12
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Cittaviveka 2023 Dhamma Talks
2023-05-19 A frame for purification 49:07
Cittaviveka 2023 Dhamma Talks
2023-03-12 GM 19:36
Recorded during Ajahn's New Zealand trip
Cittaviveka 2023 Online Dhamma Streams
2023-02-12 Q&A 39:38
From New Zealand - 02:19 Q1 What is the difference between heedfulness and mindfulness? 10:24 Q2 I often hear the words: “Your dukka is not personal”. There seems so much behind this but it seems this does not heal the situation in the moment. What can you say about this please? 22:37 Q3 I have a chronic illness which comes on suddenly and affects many parts of my body. I carry a lot of fear about getting sick. It affects my breathing. Can I use something other than the breath in calming myself? 27:10 Q4 I’d like a better understanding of papancha / proliferation please. 33:39 Q5 Sometimes I feel unsure of how to go about connecting with others. How can I get my social needs met without being demanding on others?
Cittaviveka 2023 Dhamma Talks

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