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Bhavana Program: Understanding the Asavas

2013-02-10 (6 days) Barre Center For Buddhist Studies

  
2013-02-11 Seeing The Asavas 62:09
  Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia
The Sabbasava Sutta, Majjhima Nikaya 2 (All the Taints), deals with the eradication of the three taints: desire for sensual pleasure, desire for being, and ignorance. The taints are defilements brought about and strengthened by unwise attention. The seven methods are: Seeing, Restraining, Using, Enduring, Avoiding, Removing and Developing. This talk begins a five part series on this sutta. It addresses Seeing.
2013-02-12 The Asavas: Seeing and Developing 52:20
  Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia
This talk is part of a five part series on the Sabbasava Sutta (MN2), one of the most important and practical suttas in the Pali Canon. It summarizes our deeply entrenched patterns of delusion and suffering and the methods by which these are managed and overcome.
2013-02-13 The Asavas: Restraining and Using 48:00
  Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia
This talk is part of a five part series on the Sabbasava Sutta (MN2), one of the most important and practical suttas in the Pali Canon. It summarizes our deeply entrenched patterns of delusion and suffering and the methods by which these are managed and overcome.
2013-02-14 The Asavas: Enduring (brief reflection and reading) 11:29
  Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia
This talk is part of a five part series on the Sabbasava Sutta (MN2), one of the most important and practical suttas in the Pali Canon. It summarizes our deeply entrenched patterns of delusion and suffering and the methods by which these are managed and overcome.
2013-02-14 The Asavas: Avoiding and Removing 49:35
  Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia
This talk is part of a five part series on the Sabbasava Sutta (MN2), one of the most important and practical suttas in the Pali Canon. It summarizes our deeply entrenched patterns of delusion and suffering and the methods by which these are managed and overcome.
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