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My Practice in Everyday Life - Vidyamala 

One of a series of short talks given for the FWBO International Urban Retreat of 2009, where Order Members from around the …

Vidyamala 2009
01. Vidyamala - My Practice in Everyday Life (Manchester, England) (9:02)
 
Dying to Live 

In this talk, Vidyamala gives a strong account of working with suffering and sorrow in life, and of transforming …

Vidyamala 2003
08. Vidyamala and Osadhi's mindfulness-based pain management work in Manchester (2:59)
12. Summing up - the FWBO's system of meditation as a way of approaching spiritual death, related to Vidyamala's own experience; (6:23)
 
Body Scan Meditation 

Vidyamala introduces and leads through a body scan meditation practice.

Vidyamala 2009
 
A Personal Talk On the Bodhisattva Ideal 

A moving and personal talk, by Vidyamala, given at the 25-year jubilee retreat (of FWBO activities in Stockholm) …

Vidyamala 2005
 
Refuge Tree Series: Dogen Readings 

Readings accompanying a talk given by Vidyamala at Manchester Buddhist Centre on 17th March 2008

Vidyamala 2008
 
Refuge Tree Series: Dogen 

A talk given by Vidyamala at Manchester Buddhist Centre on 17th March 2008

Vidyamala 2008
 
Refuge Tree Series: Hakuin 

A talk given by Vidyamala at Manchester Buddhist Centre on 10th March 2008

Vidyamala 2008
 
Can Buddhism Survive and Thrive In a Secular World? 

Based on her experience of teaching both 'hard core' Buddhism on the one hand and secular mindfulness on the other …

Vidyamala 2011
 
Awareness Is Revolutionary 

Change your mind to change the world. Vidyamala speaks about the life-changing power of awareness.

Vidyamala 2013
 
The Way of Mindfulness - Introduction to the Satipatthana Sutta 

To be fully present and fully heedful is the aim of the Buddhist life, but it’s not an easy thing to achieve, even …

Vidyamala 2016
 
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