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Daily Meditation Recordings, with Nathan Glyde – Week of June 12, 2023

Nathan Glyde

Nathan Glyde

We’re fortunate that Nathan Glyde has generously offered to lead our daily meditation sessions for Europe and the UK. To find out more about Nathan, and to view his other contributions to Sangha Live, click here. Recordings will be posted by the end of the day of the live session.

 

This week’s topic is “All We All Need

 

Meditation can be compared to an artist’s studio or an experimenter’s laboratory where we create what is necessary for well-being: connection, kindness, peace… What a wonderful blessing! Moreover, this is not just a gift we give to ourselves. Because of interdependence, we also provide what is essential for all beings.

 

Cool, Calm, Collected

June 12, 2023

Brightly Awakening the Whole Field

June 13, 2023

Defuse Confusion

June 14, 2023

See Through Myself

June 15, 2023

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On turning hindrances into awakening in practice and life.

Not Puffed Up, Inflated

June 16, 2023

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On not coming all the way out of a meditation: Thānisarro Bhikku – With Each and Every Breath heading III

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