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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.
2021-05-08 Guided Meditation - Trust the Simplicity of Body Breathing 12:12
Instructions to establish an upright, open and relaxed posture, following the natural expanding and subsiding of breathing. This allows the internal aspect of the body to become more apparent. Train the mind to relax its preoccupations and return to the simplicity of body breathing.
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2021-05-02 Noble Birth 14:11
With the recognition of the ending of this session, consider birth: what we’ve been through is receding, nothing new yet has begun, and we’re not going back to the same old thing. Birth is arising into that which we’re not yet entirely clear about. Nourish the potency of arising with mental qualities of goodwill, compassion, celebration and equanimity.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-02 Q&A2 45:41
Where is the experience of bodily energies found in the suttas; what is the source of Ajahn’s ‘forensic precision’; how to us somatic presence with the 3rd and 4th foundations of mindfulness; please help with insomnia; experiencing resistance to standing meditation; grief and pain experienced with ‘Future and Past’ exercise; how to deepen into the ‘neither/nor’ space; is samādhi developed by sustaining sati; how to deal with overactive citta; how did you deal with the fear of death when being robbed in India?
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-02 Direct Practice: Exploration of Other People and Self 28:33
Open up the currents to other people – mistakes, grudges, hurt feelings – and listen. You can’t forgive if you’re still wounded. Use the brahmavihāra to open the heart towards others. Then you have not just cleared the floods, but have been enriched by the relational experience.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-02 Walking Meditation – Walking Through the Mind 4:52
In walking, experience the fluidities and exchanges of movement. Walk through the sense realm, noticing how objects change. Walk through your mental field in the same way, the wallpaper changing as you move along. Notes on reclining meditation conclude these instructions.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-02 Direct Practice: Exploring Future and Past 17:06
Practice with bringing up notions of future, past, other people and myself and the relationships between them. Receive what is activated in the body and mind without adopting them. Open to the feelings and movements that arise.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-02 Guided Meditation – Exploration of Energies in the Head 23:32
First grounding the body, then settling the breathing, guidance to explore and ease areas of the face and head.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-02 Open Mind Open Heart Open Body 24:50
Open mind and open heart require open receptivity – listening without taking on, accepting without adopting. This requires the quiet power of embodiment – acknowledgement – which isn’t doing anything other than acknowledging. Things then shift and pass on their own.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-02 Standing Meditation – Open Energy 34:00
The standing posture provides a simple process whereby energies can be balanced, soothed and steadied. Opening channels of the body so breathing can flow through, an open energy – light, spacious, repelling obstruction – becomes available.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods
2021-05-02 Precepts and Resolution 26:23
It’s very helpful to start the day with resolution: What can I say no to? What can I say yes to? Using the precepts as a frame, generate boundaries that will moderate energies and help you remain firm and grounded in the face of the floods.
London Insight :  Clearing the Floods

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