Tag: Satipatthana Sutta

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Dharmabytes: Essentialness of Right View

By Centre Team on Mon, 11 Dec, 2023 - 11:00

Vidyamala shares ways to bring an imaginative approach to mindfulness practice. Excerpted from the talk entitled Mindfulness and the Imagination given at Rivendell as part of the series An Exploration of the Satipatthana Sutta, 2018.


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Dharmabyte: Dwelling Independently, Not Clinging to Anything

By Zac on Mon, 26 Dec, 2022 - 06:00

There is always change, even when we are still, there is some sort of change happening. Prasadavati continues to explore the refrain from the Satipatthana Sutta. Today’s focus is the core element “letting go of clinging” as being central to all mindfulness practice. 

Excerpted from the talk Letting Go of Clinging given at Taraloka Retreat Centre during a retreat for women training for ordination entitled on ...

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Dharmabyte: Clinging to Aspects of Practice Separates Us

By Zac on Mon, 19 Dec, 2022 - 06:00

Whatever we’re doing, whether we’re meditating, working, communicating, or singing, becomes a vehicle to ‘grow’ awareness. Mindfulness becomes panoramic and we live with immediacy and creativity. How do we relate to different aspects of our practice? How do we relate to the practice of others? Vajradevi encourages us to be on the lookout for attachment to views regarding our Dharma practice and the tendency to compare ourselves, furthering the divide between self and other.

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FBA Podcast: The Importance of Mindfulness

By Sadayasihi on Sat, 31 Jul, 2021 - 06:23

Kamalashila explores the centrality of mindfulness to the Buddhist path. He discusses the concept of intoxication, with reference to the 5th Precept and the Sutra of Golden Light. Kamalashila then considers the four foundations of mindfulness from the Satipatthana Sutta and concludes that mindfulness is the basis of metta and allows us to embrace the realm of truth and beauty.

This talk was given at Croydon Buddhist Centre, 1996. This talk was made available by the...