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Ajahn Sucitto's Dharma Talks
Ajahn Sucitto
As a monk, I bring a strong commitment, along with the renunciate flavor, to the classic Buddhist teachings. I play with ideas, with humor and a current way of expressing the teachings, but I don't dilute them.
2021-05-01 Q&A1 47:28
Help with hard-wired anger; how to think about ground, space and rhythm in a non-conceptual way; citta seems like a toddler; how to disengage from deep patterns of negativity; how to respond to boredom; is it recommended to thoroughly achieve samatha before moving on to vipassana; how to respond to deep pain in the heart; question about impermanence.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-01 Natural Discipline 37:40
Worldly systems and structures keep us filled with activity, leaving us depleted and restless. What’s missing is pausing and discharging that any natural system includes. We can use the natural bodily system to reset body and mind and come into presence. This is where rest and replenishment are found.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down
2021-05-01 Guided Meditation: Sense Realm and Heart Realm – Negotiate the Two (39:15) London Insight, 1 May 2021 39:12
Beginning with deep appropriate attention (yoniso manasikāra), attend to where your strengths and values are. Let them grow and be fully felt with awareness. This resources the heart so you can stand your ground in the face of the floods.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-01 Standing Meditation – The Body Is Intelligent 18:56
Standing meditation compels full body awareness – one gets the sense that the body is intelligent. Once establishing a suitable stance and posture, give attention to how breathing feels in the body. Then, ‘What’s important now?’
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-01 Guided Meditation – Foundational Practice 28:44
Beginning with a review of the terms mind, heart, body, consciousness, attention and awareness, this guided meditation takes us through their workings. Wise deep attention (yoniso manasikāra) keeps bringing us back to what’s important now.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-01 Introduction – Establishing Wise Deep Attention 19:14
The floods of sense consciousness and delusion take us away from a place where we might feel stable, assured, comfortable. We experience a loss of autonomy and receptivity. We can use the quality of wise deep attention (yoniso manasikāra) to turn attention to the source of our actions and our being. The roots are found in the domain of body and mind.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-01 Guided Meditation – Dhammavicaya 14:42
Dhammavicaya gives us a way to acknowledge and explore phenomena without getting caught up in them. The act of acknowledging provides a place of stability and clarity, so you can relate to experience rather than be in it. Energy then shifts from the phenomena and reactivity to acknowledgement, truthfulness and relationship. This is where suffering can be allayed.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down
2021-04-26 The True Good Person (Sappurisa) 56:22
The good person is considered to be the bedrock, the first condition that should be established, for someone seeking after liberation. We are both formed by associating with good people, and we can become good people. In meditation we purify the bodily base so it can act as the reference point for our intentions and behaviors. A sense of meaningful purpose and alignment to true duty then inform the ‘true person’.
Cittaviveka
2021-04-24 Dhamma Stream Q&A 42:27
What is sati; How to stop awareness landing on negative thoughts; ‘Energies’ don’t seem to be mentioned much, what are they; What to do about lots of romantic preoccupations; Please review 4 relationships mentioned in last Dhamma Stream teaching: to self, to nature, the sacred, to other people; How to handle toxic relationships/ones that require forgiveness; How to deal with clashes with views in relationship; How do you maintain awareness in relationship?
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down
2021-04-24 Guided Meditation - Attentive Disengagement 18:10
In meditation we’re making a shift from being engaged to being attentive but disengaged. Disengagement has a cool, easeful quality to it, giving us leverage against the strong emotional pressures of the mind. From this place we can make peace with the mind that is never at ease.
Cittaviveka At Home with the Homeless: Ajahn Sucitto Locked Down

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