The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
Ariya B. Baumann's Dharma Talks at Chanmyay Myaing Meditation Centre
Ariya B. Baumann
Ariya B. Baumann left her career as a music and dance teacher in favour of her deep yearing to understand herself and the world. Based on her many years of practice, twenty-one of them as a nun in the Burmese tradition, she now lays a strong emphasis on the practice of loving-kindness (including metta chants) as a basis for the vipassana meditation practice. She has translated a number of Dhamma books from Burmese to English and German, among these are Mahasi Sayadaw’s ‘Manual of Insight’. She is a co-founder and president of ‘Metta In Action’ which supports a variety of social and medical projects throughout Burma, especially nunneries.
2020-02-20 Anchored and Independent with Metta – Metta as Virtue 55:25
With metta, one becomes anchored in oneself and independent; a kind, friendly, and benevolent attitude results in virtuous behavior
6th Annual Metta Retreat - Part 2

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