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Dharmabyte: A Darkness was Ripped From My Eyes

By Sadayasihi on Mon, 2 Apr, 2018 - 11:51

We’ve titled this FBA Dharmabyte podcast “A Darkness Was Ripped From My Eyes”, a line from the poem, Singapore, by Mary Oliver, recited with commentary offered by Ratnaguna. As our eyes open to the lives of others, we try to run away from what we do not like. We think there is nothing we can do, or is there?

From the talk, The Tender Gravity of Kindness, by Ratnaguna, a commentary on two...

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Dharmabyte: What is Insight?

By Sadayasihi on Mon, 2 Apr, 2018 - 11:30

In this Dharmabyte podcast, “What is Insight?” Dayajoti and Saddhanandi talk about Metta as an ungraspable co-arising, inseparable from mindfulness, which expresses itself in different ways.

What is Metta, What is Insight is the final talk in a series from a 12 day meditation retreat on metta as a path to insight from May 2015.

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Dharmabyte: What is Metta?

By Sadayasihi on Mon, 5 Mar, 2018 - 17:59

In this FBA Dharmabyte, “What is Metta?” Dayajoti and Saddhanandi talk about Metta as an ungraspable co-arising, inseparable from mindfulness, which expresses itself in different ways.

What is Metta, What is Insight’ is the final talk in a series from a 12 day meditation retreat on metta as a path to insight from May 2015.

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Dharmabyte: Metta as Quite Ordinary and Everyday

By Sadayasihi on Mon, 5 Mar, 2018 - 17:33

In this FBA Dharmabyte entitled “Metta as Quite Ordinary and Everyday”, Jvalamalini gives a very personal and helpful take on the metta bhavana (loving kindness) practice, recounting her history with it and the kinds of areas she has worked with over the years in order to learn to love herself and others as deeply as she can, specifically here how metta is very simple, practical and not necessarily out of the ordinary.

From the talk “A Personal...

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Dharmabyte: To Make the Imperfect Perfect it is Enough to Love it

By Sadayasihi on Fri, 2 Mar, 2018 - 11:04

In this FBA Dharmabyte from Vajrapriya entitled ‘To Make the Imperfect Perfect is Enough to Love it’, he discusses the fact of suffering or dukkha as part of being human. What are we to do? We can love what is, and in doing so make the imperfect perfect.

From the talk entitled, “Loving What Is” given in January 2008.

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Dharmabyte: Living in Harmony With the Truth

By Sadayasihi on Wed, 28 Feb, 2018 - 19:41

In this FBA Dharmabyte, we hear from Parami, our international Order Convenor, about how dukkha is not living in harmony with truth of conditioned existence and how it is metta that is the volitional response to interconnectedness.

‘Living in Harmony With Truth’ is from the talk “The Awakening Heart” the first talk in the series of the same name.  It touches on aspects of Sangharakshita’s ‘system of meditation’, and most specifically the area of positive emotion.

Parami is an...

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The Karaniya Metta Sutta

By akasajoti on Wed, 24 Aug, 2016 - 22:44

The Karaniya Metta Sutta chanted by Jnanasakhi, from India, during a puja dedicated to Green Tara, the compassionate goddess, on the Women’s International Order Convention 2016.

Here is another beautiful recording of the Metta Sutta chanted by Joe Richardson.

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