How we grasp at the four observed objects: body, feelings, mind and phenomena. The common and the uncommon manners of meditation.
Archive | September, 2010
Preparing for death through our Dharma practices, and the remaining hindrances to concentration and their antidotes.
A teaching on three of the five hindrances and applying their antidotes.
Explanation of the necessary external and internal factors to be familiar with in preparation for doing a formal concentration retreat.
Explaining the practices to make the body and mind relaxed. Further details on visualization of the Buddha. Elaborating on the mental factors of concentration.
An introduction to Buddhist terms and concepts for the practice of shamatha. Guided meditation on the Buddha.
What are the objects of observation of the establishments of mindfulness? The body, feelings, mind, and phenomena.