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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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2019-08-16 Three Characteristics - Guided Meditation 39:13
Using the Three Characteristics as Ways of Perceiving. Very liberating and conclusive meditation.
Freely Given Retreats A Wide and Wonderful Path
2019-08-16 Day 6 - Meditation Instructions - Anattā 65:37
Meditation Instructions for Day 6
Freely Given Retreats A Wide and Wonderful Path
2019-08-15 Not (feeling my) Self 1:14:34
Exploring the spectrum of sense of self, and what reveals that the self is empty. Then what happens when we see the self that way, is life a little or a lot easier, nicer, more enjoyable? If so, then it's a skillful and wholesome way of looking.
Freely Given Retreats A Wide and Wonderful Path
2019-08-14 Day 4 - Meditation Instructions - Anicca Change 55:54
Meditation Instructions for Day 4
Freely Given Retreats A Wide and Wonderful Path
2019-08-13 Time for Change 52:54
If we weren't in opposition to life's changing nature how would life be?
Freely Given Retreats A Wide and Wonderful Path
2019-08-12 Full Body Breath Energy - Guided Meditation 41:53
Feeling or imagining the breath entering the body as a means to stabilize and balance the attention.
Freely Given Retreats A Wide and Wonderful Path
2019-08-12 Day 2 - Full Breath and Easing Tension - Meditation Instructions 66:18
Meditation Instructions for Day 2
Freely Given Retreats A Wide and Wonderful Path
2019-08-11 Life is Pressing, Pause 46:32
The power of pausing (mindful and heartful), what we notice about existence; dukkha and release, and ways of relating that bring more freedom.
Freely Given Retreats A Wide and Wonderful Path
2019-04-01 Appropriate Samatha-Vipassana 44:11
How to practice in daily life, or whenever there is more going on than on the beneficial fabrication of a silent meditation retreat. Primarily we'll develop vibrant tranquility (samatha) via getting to know body-heart-mind, cultivating gratitude and mettā, and nourishing a spacious breath and body awareness. Once we've established attentional stability via this relaxed diligent attitude we can investigate and inquire into experience (vipassanā). The vipassanā techniques suggested in this meditation are more fully explored in other guided mediations on this retreat, and at DependentOrigination.org/resources
SanghaSeva Dharmalaya Silent Meditation and Sustainable Living Work Retreat 2019
2019-03-25 Cultivating Inner and Outer Transformation 51:05
Opening the concept of meditation (bhāvanā) from a stillness and steadiness practice to the full scope of the 8-fold path. How do we live with wisdom and compassion? What supports an interactive, engaged, and awake life, and what reveals it?
SanghaSeva Dharmalaya Silent Meditation and Sustainable Living Work Retreat 2019

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