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Nathan Glyde's Dharma Talks at Sangha Seva
Nathan Glyde
Nathan Glyde has been practicing and studying meditation since 1997, and sharing teachings on retreats since 2007. In 2004 he co-founded SanghaSeva whose retreats emphasise wisdom and compassion in ecological and humanitarian service.
2018-03-14 Radical and Gradual 43:08
How the path unfolds; radical shifts supporting our gradual development.
Dharmalaya 2018
2018-01-21 Three Characteristics Views - Guided Meditation 43:09
Guided meditation exploring the insight practice of viewing arising and passing phenomena through the liberating lens of impermanence, unsatisfactoriness, and not-self.
Anandwan 2018
2018-01-14 Immeasurable at Work 39:30
Starting the Anandwan Work Retreat where we will bring compassion into our work with the leprosy affected and other peoples outcast from their families and societies. Reflections on fabrication of self and world, and how to bring the immeasurable Brahma Viharas into a skilful way of perceiving.
Anandwan 2018
2018-01-07 Dependently Arising 53:56
Initially exploring how passion and dispassion can both be held on the path of practice so it includes the fullness of life. And then exploring the arising of self and world through the lens of the map of dependent origination.
Somnath 2018
2018-01-05 Empty Aggregates All the Way Down 56:20
Somnath 2018
2018-01-03 A Chief Seattle Way of Looking 52:47
Somnath 2018
2017-12-21 World of Mind 58:18
Maintaining the practice through all of life. Based on the Sutta; Two Sorts of Thinking; Dvedhāvitakka Sutta (MN 19).
Dharmalaya Silent Retreat
2017-12-20 Guided Meditation Metta to Phenomena 45:04
Expanding metta practice from the usual other beings to phenomena itself. Based on Rob Burbea's work.
Dharmalaya Silent Retreat
2017-12-19 Metta Views Self-Views 57:44
How metta transcends self & other, and opens us to emptiness.
Dharmalaya Silent Retreat
2017-12-17 Unhindered and Glad 59:39
Meeting the Hindrance Factors with Awakening Factors.
Dharmalaya Silent Retreat

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