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Joy as Path: Pāmojja and Transcendent Dependent Origination

Though the Buddha repeatedly emphasized a sense of well-being, or pāmojja, as an essential aspect of the path to awakening, many of us find our sitting practice anything but. The narrow techniques often taught in meditation circles conceive of practice as a dry exercise that fails to interest and calm the active minds of modern practitioners. By exploring different routes to well-being (paths to pāmojja), especially those emphasizing meditation on breath, loving-kindness, letting go, and objects of faith, the retreat aims to help participants rediscover happiness in their practice.

Documents:

Joy as Path

Recordings:

Title Speaker Date Length Length/
Date
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Introduction – The Wellbeing Cascade Ajahn Kovilo 2024.06.01 13:08 13:08
2024.06.01
Meditation I – Embodied Pāmojja Ajahn Kovilo 2024.06.01 14:30 14:30
2024.06.01
The Joy of Appreciating Saddhā (Faith) & Cāga (Generosity) Ajahn Kovilo 2024.06.01 34:35 34:35
2024.06.01
Meditation II – Guided Ajahn Kovilo 2024.06.01 15:03 15:03
2024.06.01
The Joy of Appreciating Sīla (Virtue) & Suta (Learning) Ajahn Kovilo 2024.06.01 37:42 37:42
2024.06.01
Meditation III Ajahn Kovilo 2024.06.01 12:02 12:02
2024.06.01
The Joy of Appreciating Pāññā (Wisdom) Ajahn Kovilo 2024.06.01 08:57 08:57
2024.06.01

Appears in Series:

Title Speaker Date Length Length/
Date
Actions
Sati Center <multiple> 2004.04.24 452:20:23 452:20:23
2004.04.24

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