Jhana Meditation – A Structured Study of The Buddha’s Meditation

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Summer 2022 Jhana Meditation Structured Study Dhamma Class Audio

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Winter 2022 Jhana Meditation Structured Study Dhamma Class Audio

These are the most recent talks on this subject. As of December, 2019, There are more than 600 Dhamma talks on this and other teachings of the Buddha in my audio and video archives:

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All Suttas in this study are linked below.
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This 32-class structured study will define and explain the only meditation method Siddartha Gotama developed and taught. Jhana Meditation resting on Four Foundations of Mindfulness is the foundation and keystone of the Buddha’s Dhamma. When properly developed, Jhana mediation will develop profound levels of concentration. It is through ever-deepening concentration that integrating the entire Eightfold Path as a cohesive and direct Dhamma practice becomes possible and achievable.

Class 1: Jhana Meditation – Right Meditation – Introduction to Jhana Meditation

Class 2, 3, 4, 5, 6: Satipatthana Sutta, Four Foundations of Mindfulness

Class 7: Jhana Sutta, Meditative Absorption Developing Profound Concentration

Class 8: Kimsuka Sutta. A Swift Pair of Messengers

Class 9: Sariputta Sutta, The Cessation of Ignorance

Class 10: Atthanagara Sutta, The Single Quality of Awakening

Class 11 & 12: Paticasamuoada Sutta, Dependent Origination

Class 13: Rahogata Sutta, Ending Fabrications Through Jhana

Class 14: Anupadha Sutta, Ending Fabrications One After Another

Class 15, 16, 17: Ariyapariyesanna Sutta, The Buddha’s Noble Search For The Noble Eightfold Path

Class18: Nagara Sutta, Siddartha Describes His Awakening

Class 19: Sacca-Vibhanga Sutta, The Buddha’s Analysis of Four Noble Truths

Class 20: Magga-Vibhanga Sutta, The Buddha’s Analysis of the Noble Eightfold Path

Class 21: Jambali Sutta, The Wastewater Pool

Class 22: Avavana and Bahiya Suttas – Hindrances To Refined Mindfulness

Class 23: Sumangala, Freedom Through Jhana | Sumangala’s Mother, Freedom Through Jhana, Too

Class 24, 25, 26, 27, 28: Anapanasati Sutta, An example Of Skillful and Effective Dhamma Practice

Class 29: Samadhanga Sutta, Five Factors of Concentration

Class 30: Yasa Sutta, Freedom from Entanglements

Class 31: Nothing Personal – A Buddha’s Analysis of Self – Dhatu-Vibhanga Sutta

Class 32: Simsapa Sutta – A Handful of Leaves

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