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7th Annual Metta Retreat - Part 2

7th Annual Metta Retreat - Part 2
2021-02-07 (15 days) Chanmyay Myaing Meditation Centre

  
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2021-02-07 Introduction to Metta – Loving-Kindness 41:30
Ven. Viranani
About the practice of developing loving-kindness and friendliness
2021-02-08 Metta – A Loving, Friendly & Kind attitude 57:26
Ariya B. Baumann
With the practice of metta, we train the heart & mind in order to meet life and living beings with good will and kindness.
2021-02-09 Cultivation of Metta 53:03
Ven. Viranani
The cultivation of metta is like cultivating a garden. We cultivate the habit of inclining the heart & mind to metta.
2021-02-10 Different Categories of Beings 45:36
Ven. Viranani
Our metta meditation is based on different categories of beings: self, benefactor, dear person, neutral person, difficult persons, all beings.
2021-02-11 Metta: Persons to Avoid, Metta in Walking Practice 52:56
Ariya B. Baumann
In formal metta meditation practice, one should not develop metta for people who have died or persons to whom we feel sexually attracted. Metta in walking meditation and its benefits.
2021-02-12 Metta: My Daily Dose of Happiness 56:37
Ariya B. Baumann
Metta contributes to happiness and peace, in ourselves and in the world.
2021-02-14 All You Need Is Love 56:01
Ariya B. Baumann
The 11 benefits of metta.
2021-02-15 Metta & Dealing with Anger 58:41
Ven. Viranani
Reflections on the dangers of anger. Reflections on how to deal with anger.
2021-02-16 Fake or Actor Metta 58:31
Ariya B. Baumann
Even without the heartfelt intention of wishing another person to be well and happy, we can act in a friendly and kind way.
2021-02-19 Obstacles to Metta 56:10
Ven. Viranani
The obstacles to ‘strive on with diligence’ are greed, hatred, and delusion.
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