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Nathan Glyde's Dharma Talks at SanghaSeva
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.
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2020-03-16 Well-being in the time of Coronavirus - COVID-19 35:24
A guided meditation offering mettā (well-wishing) towards those working the frontlines of health care and social care, those whose bodies are affected by the virus or disease themselves, and those taking precautions (like being in isolation). Opening our hearts and minds to all those affected, and beyond to all beings everywhere, can help reduce our stress and allow us to be more available to support. Includes a brief introduction: skip first 3 mins to get to the beginning of guided meditation. May all beings be cared for and well in heart-mind and body.
A Response to Coronavirus
2019-11-30 Instruction - Meeting All Phenomena with Kindness And Care 49:37
Bringing an atmosphere of mettā to all phenomena. Including all the aggregates (khandhas): every vedanā; and all perceptions (saññā); via every sense door of the body (rūpa) in consciousness (viññāṇa). Including the perception of the (saṅkhāra of a) sense of self, and of the sense of mettā.
Releasing Dukkha
2019-11-29 Guided Breath Energy Meditation 44:17
Exploration of the whole body via breath energy 'imagination' a la Ajahn Thanisarro
Releasing Dukkha
2019-11-29 Instruction - Opening Contraction to Release Dukkha 46:52
Understanding the dependent origination of dukkha, we work to open the contraction in the body or energy field of awareness that co-arises with dukkha. Taṇhā and Dukkha co-arise — Dukkha appears as Contraction.
Releasing Dukkha
2019-11-28 Dukkha and Release 64:03
Exploring the middle way between extremes via the wisdom teachings of the dependent origination of tanha and dukkha. At one place I couldn't remember the name of Shinzan Palmo (apologies).
Releasing Dukkha
2019-10-07 Day 1 Instructions - Opening the Breath 54:33
Metta and Emptiness 2019
2019-04-01 Appropriate Samatha-Vipassana 44:11
How to practice in daily life, or whenever there is more going on than on the beneficial fabrication of a silent meditation retreat. Primarily we'll develop vibrant tranquility (samatha) via getting to know body-heart-mind, cultivating gratitude and mettā, and nourishing a spacious breath and body awareness. Once we've established attentional stability via this relaxed diligent attitude we can investigate and inquire into experience (vipassanā). The vipassanā techniques suggested in this meditation are more fully explored in other guided mediations on this retreat, and at DependentOrigination.org/resources
Dharmalaya Silent Meditation and Sustainable Living Work Retreat 2019
2019-03-25 Cultivating Inner and Outer Transformation 51:05
Opening the concept of meditation (bhāvanā) from a stillness and steadiness practice to the full scope of the 8-fold path. How do we live with wisdom and compassion? What supports an interactive, engaged, and awake life, and what reveals it?
Dharmalaya Silent Meditation and Sustainable Living Work Retreat 2019
2019-03-24 Metta to All Things Everywhere 43:38
Extending the mettā lens to include all the phenomena and processes that make up experience.
Dharmalaya Silent Meditation and Sustainable Living Work Retreat 2019
2019-03-24 Day 5 Instructions - Dukkha Opening 47:57
Dharmalaya Silent Meditation and Sustainable Living Work Retreat 2019

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