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Viveka's fresh and vibrant take on the traditional practice of anapanasati - mindfulness with breathing. Using the breath as a stabilizing presence, this series of meditations (including two fully-guided practices) is designed to help us discover the nature of reality itself by encouraging us to notice what is actually happening each moment in a direct and open way. Anapanasati is a complete path to awakening or enlightenment.
Please note that some small noise artefacts can be heard occasionally on these tracks due to a poor original recording.
Retreat recorded at Taraloka Retreat Centre, 2003
This talk is part of the series Anapanasati Retreat 2003.
|1.||Working with vedana (5:30)|
|2.||A changing sense of self (4:27)|
|3.||Working with alienation in the practice (15:14)|
|4.||Sensitive to the mind (9th Contemplation) (10:38)|
|5.||The deepest nature of mind (26:56)|
Total running time: 1:02:45