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After being inspired by the presence and teachings of Ajahn Buddhadasa, i ordained 1993 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK. A decade later, after meeting Shechen Rabjam Rinpoche, i began to include Dzogchen teachings into my practice. In 2009 i moved to California and co-founded Aloka Vihara, a forest monastery for women in the Sierra Foothills near Placerville. i received bhikkhuni ordination in 2011 and feel particularly committed to right action on climate justice.
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2015-04-29 The Heart-wish and the Four Iddhipada 35:33
Sincere motivation channels our energy into four universal patterns of spiritual power
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Listening to Natural Law: Monastic Retreat
2015-04-27 Maranasati - Mindfulness Of Death 58:07
Guided meditation on three primary themes, each divided into three sub themes
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Listening to Natural Law: Monastic Retreat
2015-04-26 Escaping Into Reality 28:00
Feeling and the the four hallucinations of perception
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Listening to Natural Law: Monastic Retreat
2015-04-26 Elements and Feelings 56:40
Guided meditation on the four elements and three kinds of feelings
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Listening to Natural Law: Monastic Retreat
2015-04-25 The Four Elements 45:21
Guided meditation on the four elements; earth, water, fire and air
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Listening to Natural Law: Monastic Retreat
2015-01-03 The Five Aggregates of Clinging 19:15
New Year's Retreat
Insight Retreat Center
2014-12-30 Right Thought 48:02
New Year's Retreat
Insight Retreat Center
2014-12-28 Refuge 20:29
New Year's Retreat
Insight Retreat Center
2014-11-15 Steady In Transition 20:13
Aloka Vihara (Mindfulness Care Center)
2014-10-04 Meeting What Is 22:39
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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