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Nathan Glyde's Dharma Talks
Nathan Glyde
Nathan Glyde has been practicing and studying meditation since 1997, and sharing teachings on retreats since 2007. In 2004 he co-founded SanghaSeva whose retreats emphasise wisdom and compassion in ecological and humanitarian service.
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2020-04-25 Day 2 Instructions - Allowing and Spacious, yet Sensitive and Intimate 57:22
Opening awareness without losing contact with phenomena.
SanghaSeva Opening, Steadying, Allowing
2020-04-24 Opening Talk for Opening, Steadying, Allowing 12:26
The first dharma talk of the retreat - we've already done all the practical stuff, established the sila, and are opening the theme: Opening, Steadying, and Allowing. Yet there are many ways to see any retreat, and these are just suggestions that may be helpful...
SanghaSeva Opening, Steadying, Allowing
2020-04-15 Day 5 Instructions - Just a Perception 56:20
A review of all the ways of looking and relating to phenomena, culminating in seeing them as empty phenomena.
SanghaSeva Metta and Emptiness - Online
2020-04-14 All Phenomena are Empty. Fill them with Metta. 38:44
All phenomena are fabricated by perception: all things are empty of inherently existing separate from the atmosphere of attention. We explore what happens to phenomena and the sense of self when perception is soaked in kindness and care. Supported by the suttas: Two Sorts of Thinking (MN19), and the Karaniya Metta Sutta (SN1.8).
SanghaSeva Metta and Emptiness - Online
2020-04-14 Metta to All Phenomena 42:05
Spreading the atmosphere of metta to 'all of the all'.
SanghaSeva Metta and Emptiness - Online
2020-04-13 Day 3 Instructions - Meeting All Passing Vedana With Spacious Awareness 54:57
SanghaSeva Metta and Emptiness - Online
2020-04-12 Easing Escalation 43:28
Skilfully meeting the hindrances to meditation and to well-being in life, by understanding the dependent origination of experience: particularly fabrication (escalation–papancha, etc.) based on reactivity to unseen vedana.
SanghaSeva Metta and Emptiness - Online
2020-04-12 Mettā to Self, Friend, those Suffering, and Whole World 42:14
Guided Metta Meditation including a subtle compassionate quality as we gently include those in pain or difficulty in the world.
SanghaSeva Metta and Emptiness - Online
2020-04-11 Day 1 Instructions - Welcoming Body in a Spacious Awareness 54:31
Supporting steadiness, openness, and dedication in our practice. Via a spread and open awareness that is intentionally receiving–inviting–the present body sensations into the spacious awareness. Our dedication is to stay steady with it, and to re-open and re-invite, when our attention, naturally, moves away. All of this is done with a gentle atmosphere of metta–kindness.
SanghaSeva Metta and Emptiness - Online
2020-04-10 Opening Talk - Metta and Emptiness 39:19
Introducing the main concept of this retreat: sankhara-fabrication. In particular the insight that experience is 'made up' from an object in attention and an atmosphere of attention. The latter we could call the way of relating, or way of looking (as Rob Burbea teaches it). We can pay attention to different objects, and that affects expereince. We can also develop ('bhavana' = cultivate) other atmospheres or modes of attending.
SanghaSeva Metta and Emptiness - Online

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