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Ariya B. Baumann's Dharma Talks
Ariya B. Baumann
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Ariya B. Baumann was born and raised in Switzerland. She started to practise meditation during her training as a music and dance teacher at the conservatory in Zürich. In 1992, she went to Myanmar (Burma) and ordained as a nun under Sayadaw U Janaka and for many years she practised vipassana and metta meditation under his guidance. Later she assisted the Sayadaws by translating talks and interviews for foreign meditators. In 2006, she changed to the Chanmyay Myaing Meditation Centre, Yangon, where she assisted Sayadaw U Indaka as well as teaching the foreign meditators herself.
2007-10-12 Dealing With Aversion And Anger 56:46
Aversion and anger are states that need to be thoroughly understood. When applying bare awareness is impossible, we can deal with them by using some contemplations or other practical methods
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2007 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2007-10-05 Dealing With Craving And Attachment 55:28
We need to see and understand the true nature of craving and attachment in order to abandon them. However, besides mindful observation there are other ways to deal with craving and attachment.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge October 2007 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2007-09-27 The Gang of Three: Greed, Hatred and Delusion 58:26
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge
2007-09-20 Determination 53:55
A Strong determination helps deal with strongly ingrained patterns in body and mind.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge September 2007 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2007-09-13 Fear 57:46
Fear is a deep issue and a challenging one. Dealing with fear opens the door to new territory and gives us the courage to jump over the edge.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge September 2007 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2007-09-06 Things Are As They Are 59:22
When practicing meditation we can observe different sensations in the body, feelings, states of mind, and mind objects. They are as they are – and we need to recognize and understand that.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge September 2007 at IMS - Forest Refuge
2007-05-01 Atanatiya Paritta Gatha (Pali) 1:39
In collection Metta Chants In Pali, Burmese And English
2007-05-01 Chanmyay Metta Chant (Burmese) 3:40
In collection Metta Chants In Pali, Burmese And English
2007-05-01 Dedication And Sharing Of Merit (Burmese) 1:58
In collection Metta Chants In Pali, Burmese And English
2007-05-01 Dedication And Sharing Of Merit (English) 2:37
In collection Metta Chants In Pali, Burmese And English

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