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Join our Buddha Study Guide to Reflect on a Discourse. Two 60-minute Zoom sessions. Saturday 20 August 2022.

Do join our sessions once a month to study, reflect and meditate upon one of the specific and most-loved Discourses of the Buddha. The purpose with the study is simple – a real contribution to live with clarity and wisdom in daily life. Continue reading 



Mindfulness of Absence. Doorway to Liberation. A Theme in one of five 60-minute sessions. 6 June -10 June 2022. Hosted by Sangha Live

Dear Practitioners.

Here are five 60-minute morning Dharma sessions from Monday 6 June to Friday 10 June 2022.

A session consisted of a 25-minute Guided Meditation. These guided meditations consist of one or two short sentences, noble silence for a minute or so, then another sentence or two through the period. A 20-minute talk follows with remaining time available to respond to questions.

Daily sessions included these themes.

FROM MINDFULNESS TO CLEAR SEEING TO TIMELESS LIBERATION
Titles of Daily Themes and support of Guided Meditation
Monday. Breath confirms no independent, self-existence
Tuesday. Body Scan. A composition of elements and not-self
Wednesday. Body Sensations. Feeling Tones. See clearly or suffer.
Thursday. Mindfulness of Absence. Doorway to Timeless Liberation
Friday. Blessings of Formless meditation
See link right below of transcribed audio using the above form for a Guided Meditation as mentioned above.
https://www.christophertitmussblog.org/relative-truth-ultimate-truth-a-talk-to-the-international-sangha-hosted-by-sangha-live-sunday-5-june-2022

Click on Daily Meditation Recordings below. You will then be taken to Sangha Live website showing links for five sessions from 6 to 10 June.

Daily Meditation Recordings, with Christopher Titmuss – Week of June 6, 2022



The Power of Mindfulness. 30 Definitions

We can reflect on mindfulness and appreciate a diversity of ways to define mindfulness.

Here are 30 definitions.

 If a one, two or a handful of ways resonate, it might be worthwhile to remember (be mindful of) those that currently resonate.

In Alphabetical Order): Continue reading 



The Buddha on Mindfulness of Breathing. 15 benefits. And why I am going to refer to myself as a Buddhist psychologist.

Not surprisingly, I regard the Buddha as the master meditation teacher. He offered much more than meditation for a fully awakened life – ethics, values, knowledge, understanding, fulfilling views, depth of wisdom on matters of the heart, mind and consciousness. Continue reading 



The Buddha on Mindfulness. Outline of the Great Discourse on the Four Applications of Mindfulness. With brief comment

GREAT DISCOURSE ON THE FOUR APPLICATIONS OF MINDFULNESS

Discourse 22 in the Long Length Discourses

This discourse of the Buddha has served as major inspiration for 2600 years for the practice and application of mindfulness for realising Nirvana.

See POINTS TO REMEMBER below the discourse. There is a brief comment to words in discourse in bold type. Continue reading 




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