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Mindfulness Insight meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana) and Buddhist teachings/Dhamma Talks as taught through the Theravada Buddhism tradition. Sayar Myat gives Dhamma talks on teachings of the Buddha as well as instructions on Pure Vipassana meditation as prescribed by the Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw.
 
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The topic of types of people and characteristics that are beneficial to Mindfulness Insight practice are discussed. Also, the topic of what and how much to eat/drink (especially during intensive meditation practice) are also discussed. Episode 21 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)…
 
Suitable conversation that helps to develop mindfulness and beneficial results in one's life and practice are discussed. This is especially important while on a meditation retreat or while doing intensive meditation practice. Episode 20 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)…
 
This talk describes the most beneficial and suitable setting/accommodation for mindfulness practice. What are suitable alms to be given to a monk as well as a meditation practitioner are also discussed. Episode 19 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)…
 
Sayar Myat describes, in detail, the four different postures that one can develop mindfulness practice. Episode 18 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
This talk describes the different activities that one does daily and how one can develop mindfulness practice at these times as well. Episode 17 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
This talk is on the topic of how to practice walking meditation. This is another great form of developing mindfulness which will complement a formal sitting practice. A breakdown of all the steps to observe is included within the talk. Episode 15 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)…
 
This talk is on how to develop mindfulness throughout your day when not in formal sitting posture. This practice can be done while walking, doings tasks/chores, eating, etc. Slowing down is a key factor to being able to observe. Episode 14 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)…
 
The importance of observing/meditating without breaking awareness is discussed. The power of continued and unbroken awareness helps develop concentration. This is necessary to the development of Insight practice. Episode 13 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)…
 
The observation of unpleasant feelings and painful sensations can be a challenging object to observe. Details are given describing various unpleasant feelings and how to observe them with mindfulness. Episode 11 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)…
 
The observation of feelings and sensations is another form to developing strong mindfulness. Details are given describing the various feelings and how to observe them with mindfulness. Episode 10 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
An important and essential foundational aspect of meditation practice. Episode 9 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
A very important topic in Vipassana practice, on how to observe the cessation/ending of mental and physical phenomena. Episode 8 (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
This talk is aimed towards bridging theoretical knowledge with Vipassana practice. Episode 7, (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Sayar Myat speaks about the 13 stages of Vipassana Insight that can be attained through Mindfulness Insight meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana). Episode 6, (Season 2) Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Sayar Myat gives a talk on how volitional action is linked to karma/kamma. Episode 5, Season 2: Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Sayar Myat speaks on the topic of the defilements (kilesas) that arise when unmindful. Episode 3, Season 2: Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Sayar Myat speak about the many reasons why not practicing Vipassana meditation can lead to danger in one's future. Episode 2, Season 2: Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Sayar Myat starts this series' talks with a Dhamma talk on the benefits of practicing Mindfulness Insight meditation. Episode 1, Season 2: Ways to Deepen Your Practice of Mindfulness Insight Meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana)Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
We close out this season of Awaken with a discussion about WildSeed's ideas about the Sacred Economy and how we might build it. We consider how holding the inter-relatedness of all beings might help us transcend the overly rational and mechanistic world views which disenchant us and leave us unable to imagine a world beyond the status quo. Lastly, …
 
This episode gives an overview of some of the things that WildSeed did in 2020 as well as dipping into some upcoming projects like community visioning and radical money pools. We hope you enjoy this peek into the past, present, and future of the WildSeed Society.
 
This episode wraps up our discussion of WildSeed Society design principles #9-#12, which all relate to transformation and (R)evolution. As always, it's a wide-ranging discussion touching on things like color revolutions, the emotional truths underlying the so-called "free rider problem", and the challenges we face when giving people permission to r…
 
This episode dives deep into WildSeed Society design principles #5-#8 which focus on "being through interdependence" and community building. Along the way we touch on things like poly-rhythm and moving together like music, the inherent wisdom about community in many indigenous cultures, and why moralization doesn't work when thinking about Wakanda …
 
There are 12 design principles that hold the WildSeed Society together - this episode focuses on the first 4: Reconnecting the spiritual, social and scientific [R]evolutions of our time to each other and to everyday life with love and rigor Utilizing differential logic: naming and building on many ways of knowing and many sources of knowledge. Wher…
 
Beginner Series Talk #12 of 12. This talk gives a detailed description of the fourth and fifth Controlling Mental Faculties: Concentration WisdomSatipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Beginner Series Talk #11 of 12. This talk gives a detailed description of the second and third Controlling Mental Faculties: Effort MindfulnessSatipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Beginner Series Talk #10 of 12. This talk gives a brief overview of the five Controlling Mental Faculties with a detailed description of the first faculty: Faith/Confidence.Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Beginner Series Talk #9 of 12. A continuation (part 2 of 2) on the talk of the five Hindrances. This talk will focus on the remaining barriers to progress. Sloth and Torpor Restlessness and Remorse DoubtSatipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Beginner Series Talk #8 of 12. The Five Hindrances are discussed as mental barriers towards progress. This talk will detail the first two of five hindrances: Sense Desire Ill WillSatipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Beginner Series Talk #5 of 12. Sayar Myat explains what the Four Foundations of Mindfulness are. Being mindful of any of these four as they are present, will develop mental concentration.Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Beginner Series Talk #6 of 12. The many benefits of Mindfulness Insight meditation are enumerated. These benefits will positively affect many aspects of a practitioner's life, in many degrees, all the way to the attainment of Enlightenment.Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Beginner Series Talk #4 of 12. Cultivating mindfulness throughout the day can be done while performing actions and doing activities. This talk is geared towards a retreat setting, but these techniques can be used to develop mindfulness in everyday life situations and activities.Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Beginner Series Talk #3 of 12. Mindfulness of walking is discussed. How to use walking as an object to cultivate mindfulness and awareness. A breakdown of the objects to be mindful of when walking, is included.Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
Beginner Series Talk #1 of 12. Sayar Myat describes the different types of meditation, why meditation is practised, as well as a description of results that can unfold with regular practise.Satipatthana Meditation Society of Canada
 
In this episode, Aaron, Chany, and I talk about that age-old question: "What is the System?" - or as Aaron likes to put it, "The Terrain of Domination." As always, we're hoping this wide-ranging convo triggers more questions than answers. ;)
 
This Season will be all about the WildSeed Society, an awesome new project I'm honored to be a part of. You can find an intro to the project in Episode 1. This episode is about Liberation Logic, a framework on the interconnection between spiritual and political liberation. Joining me this season will be Aaron Goggans and Chany Singh. Aaron (he/they…
 
This Season will be all about the WildSeed Society, an awesome new project I'm honored to be a part of. WildSeed is a still-being-birthed collective, but the best way to describe it is that it's a non-denominational church for activists - both in the sense of being a gathering space for those interested in building a more just, liberated, and joyfu…
 
In Summer 2016, Lama Rod and Greg led a retreat for men entitled "Undoing Patriarchy & Unveiling the Sacred Masculine". Over two days, they facilitated conversations with the 50 attendees about men, patriarchy, and masculinity from both the everyday and spiritual perspectives. Having been there, I (Ravi) was transformed by the experience and, to th…
 
The title is just as spicy as the conversation. Or not, up to you. As Buddhist teachers and humans looking be awake as they move through the world, Lama Rod and Sebene continue a conversation that riveted an auditorium at NYU a few weeks prior, from sexual ethics to race to much more. This episode was part of the original Awaken App conversations, …
 
What's the point of mixing Buddhist and spiritual teachings with a social and political (and personal) lens of what's going on in ourselves and the world? Kosen Greg Snyder dives into why we should bother - and we're joined, at the very end, by our friend and Zen teacher Rev. angel Kyodo williams, who ends the episode with her take on the subject. …
 
This conversations with Lama Rod Owens explores why he believes we're currently living through the apocalypse, what that means, and how to practice and live in such times. His characteristic spaciousness, clarity, and radical candor light the way for all of us. This episode was part of the original Awaken App conversations, recorded in 2018. Lama R…
 
"Love and Justice are not two. Without inner change, there can be no outer change. Without collective change, no change matters." Zen teacher, activist, and author Rev. angel Kyodo william's quote looms large in our times. In this conversation, she shares more about what those words mean to her and illuminates the importance of both inner and outer…
 
Season 1 includes the conversations and practices from the Awaken App - some unpublished before now! We talk with Buddhist teachers Rev. angel Kyodo williams, Lama Rod Owens, Sebene Selassie, Kosen Greg Snyder, and more!
 
Lama Rod guides a meditation on embodying through our skin, exploring depth of the superficial. Lama Rod Owens is an author, activist, and authorized Lama (Buddhist Teacher) in the Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism and is considered one of the leaders of his generation of Buddhist teachers. He holds a Master of Divinity degree in Buddhist Studies fr…
 
Finally, we go to the root of anger, the underlying energy and power of anger. Get ready, it can be a wild ride. Lama Rod Owens is an author, activist, and authorized Lama (Buddhist Teacher) in the Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism and is considered one of the leaders of his generation of Buddhist teachers. He holds a Master of Divinity degree in Bu…
 
What's under anger? There is a core pain that we can explore and attend to, and that's what we do in this practice. Lama Rod Owens is an author, activist, and authorized Lama (Buddhist Teacher) in the Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism and is considered one of the leaders of his generation of Buddhist teachers. He holds a Master of Divinity degree in…
 
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