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2019-11-06 Die fünf Khandha zur Illustration von Anatta 48:27
  Renate Seifarth
Der Buddha erlegt das, was wir Ich nennen, in fünf Haufen. Durch die kognitive Funktion des „Greifens“, der Identifikation entsteht der Eindruck, dass ich das bin. Eine Betrachtung unserer Erfahrung durch die Einteilung in fünf Haufen, kann dies als Illusion erkannt werden.
Seminarhaus Engl :  10 Tage Vipassana und Metta

2019-10-01 Right View Comes First 47:57
  Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Thanissaro Bhikkhu reviews the Four Noble Truths as the categorical teaching of the Buddha - true and always beneficial. He describes the duties that enable us to fully understand and comprehend them and how the three characteristics - Dukkha, Annica, Anatta - are used in support of these duties and this understanding.
Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley

2019-09-21 Unbearable Wholeness of Being (Retreat at Spirit Rock) 45:01
  Mary Grace Orr
An exploration of the new cosmology, evolution and the Buddhist teaching of anatta
Spirit Rock Meditation Center Finding Freedom in the Body

2019-08-31 "The Brahmavihara and Anatta" - A practice for our times of transition 33:16
  Ayya Santacitta
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

2019-08-25 07 talk: Befriending the Mind 51:57
  Jill Shepherd
An exploration of ways that we commonly struggle with our mental activity, how wisdom and compassion can help release the struggle through practising with the Third Establishment of Mindfulness, Mindfulness of the Mind, and understanding the three characteristics of anicca-dukkha-anatta
Te Moata Retreat Center :  Freedom Here and Now

2019-08-16 Day 6 - Meditation Instructions - Anattā 65:37
  Nathan Glyde
Meditation Instructions for Day 6
Freely Given Retreats A Wide and Wonderful Path

2019-07-20 15 talk: wisdom and the three universal characteristics 29:54
  Jill Shepherd
How seeing the three universal characteristics of anicca-dukkha-anatta (impermanent, imperfect, impersonal) can support the releasing of anxiety and fear
Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre Transforming Fear into Fearlessness

2019-05-18 Q&A 60:15
  Ajahn Sucitto
1) The difference between tanhā and upādāna – which is more important to address? 2) Stream entry – what is it, what helps get to the next level, different definitions of the ‘noble disciple’. 3) Questions about citta – difference between citta and citta saṅkhāra, between mano and citta. 4) Jealously, loneliness, lack of love. 5) Ānāpānasati sutta – is it sequential, do we develop each step in every sitting? 6) Ajahn’s one word of advice. 7) Questions on identity and anattā.
Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge The Touch of Dhamma - May 2019 at IMS - Forest Refuge

2019-03-25 Anatta Grounded in Metta Field 38:04
  Zohar Lavie
Sangha Seva Dharmalaya Silent Meditation and Sustainable Living Work Retreat 2019

2019-03-25 Day 6 Instructions - Overview of Instructions Thus Far and Anatta 63:53
  Zohar Lavie
Sangha Seva Dharmalaya Silent Meditation and Sustainable Living Work Retreat 2019

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