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Ayya Medhanandi's Dharma Talks
Ayya Medhanandi
Ayyā Medhānandī Bhikkhunī, is the founder and guiding teacher of Sati Sārāņīya Hermitage, a Canadian forest monastery for women in the Theravāda tradition.
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2015-11-21 Practice Forgiveness: Guided Metta Meditation 30:00
Satipanna Insight Meditation Toronto (SIMT)
Sati Saraniya Hermitage
2015-11-20 Choice Medicine: Fearlessness, Peace & Moral Integrity 30:08
Satipanna Insight Meditation Toronto (SIMT)
Sati Saraniya Hermitage
2015-10-11 On The Wings of the Breath 17:38
Using the breath to move into the silent space in the heart and attentively following its rhythm, the breath becomes our whole world. We let go of all objects that arise, all thought, as we stay present and aware in the simple current of breathing. In these moments of pure presence, we are planting the priceless seeds of our awakening.
Sati Saraniya Hermitage
2015-10-04 Softly Close the Gates 30:00
There is so much for us to understand. Preparing yourselves for that unfolding of wisdom, take your rightful seat in a balanced way and follow the path inward. Softly close off all the gates and give your full attention and energy to the mind's interior exploration – of itself. We are on a wondrous journey!
Sati Saraniya Hermitage
2015-08-20 Noble Search and Rescue 46:54
Satipanna Insight Meditation Toronto (SIMT) Retreat
Sati Saraniya Hermitage
2015-08-18 Devotion 37:10
Satipanna Insight Meditation Toronto (SIMT) Retreat, Chapin Mill, Batavia, N.Y.
Sati Saraniya Hermitage
2015-08-17 Take Your Medicine 39:21
Satipanna Insight Meditation Toronto (SIMT) Retreat
Satipaññā Insight Meditation Toronto
2015-08-16 Sanctity Deep Within Us: Guided Metta Meditation: 30:00
Satipanna Insight Meditation Toronto (SIMT) Retreat
Sati Saraniya Hermitage
2015-08-15 Where is the Enemy? 26:31
The Buddha exhorts us to look within ourselves to find the source of our suffering. A sure method to do this is by training our minds to quieten and be still. From this ungrasping calm, we can see the origin of our suffering and also of our joy. We bring peace to our hearts. So simple – and not so easy – but definitely doable. So we begin now. A talk given during a week long Satipaññā Insight Meditation Toronto retreat at Chapin Mill Retreat Centre, near Rochester, NY in 2015.
Satipaññā Insight Meditation Toronto
2014-08-14 Train for Nibbana 37:00
A commentary on the benefits of communal life - both monastic and lay - in keeping on the path to Nibbana. There is nothing else to do but practice with consideration and respect for ourselves and each other. Every moment in every life situation, we train the mind. We never give up inclining the mind towards the riches of the Path..
Satipanna Insight Meditation (SIMT)

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