Akincano Marc Weber's Dharma Talks
at Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge
Akincano Marc Weber
Akincano Marc Weber (Switzerland) is a Buddhist teacher and psychotherapist. He learned to sit still in the early eighties as a Zen practitioner and later joined monastic life in Ajahn Chah’s tradition where he studied and practiced for 20 years in the Forest monasteries of Thailand and Europe. He has studied Pali and scriptures, holds a a degree in Buddhist psychotherapy and lives with his wife in Cologne, Germany from where he teaches Dhamma and meditation internationally.
Select from Akincano Marc Weber's
Alice and the Four Ennobling Tasks – an appeal.
Attention and intention – Functions of the citta
Bhāvanā & Satipaṭṭhāna: Sketch of the 4 Channels of experience
Brahmavihāras: at the heart of human experience.
Clear comprehension (sampajaññā): the contextualising of sati
Clear comprehension - Sati's friend. On sampajañña.
Clear Comprehension in the Suttas (sampajañña)
Dhammānupassanā–2 - Approaches to the last of the Satipaṭṭhātthana-s. Tools f...
Four Roads to empowerment (iddhipāda)
Friendship with the Noble (kalyānamittatā) Qualities of the admirable compani...
Grasping and Identification - 4 forms of upādāna
Guided meditation – body and mind: Resting in one's own gaze
Instruction: Ānāpānasati - vedanā questions
Instruction: Kāyānupassanā: underneath the label of “body” & More on Breathin...
Intention-attention-mindfulness: choices and challenges.
Intro-bhāvanā & setting up mindfulness (welcome to the last group)
Maps of cultivating the mind: Satipaṭṭhāna and 4 distinct phases of meditation
Meditation: Big Vision rather than Saṁsāra-Management. Breath and Being - 4 Ā...
Meditation: Methods – Techniques – Attitudes
Metta - Breathing - Abiding
Middle Ways: Four interpretations of how to understand the metaphor of the Mi...
Mind-Development and unification (samatha) - The Elephant Path
Morning Reflection - four indispensable dimensions of meditation
Morning Reflection - Mindfulness Practice
Morning Reflection - Musings on Mindfulness
Morning Reflection - Orientation: attention and intention as factors of practice
Morning reflection - Sati
Morning reflection - The elephant path - Nine stages of settling the mind
Morning Reflection: Body – object- and field-awareness; 3 dimensions of sensa...
Morning Reflection: Breath – up close and personal. With 5 questions
Morning Reflection: Dukkha and mindfulness – 3 dimensions of transformation
Morning Reflection: Mindfulness, voluntary & involuntary attention. 4 stages ...
Morning reflection: Personal and universal aspects of experience. Attuning to...
Morning Reflection: Sati infused. The Brahmavihāras for meditators
Morning Reflection: Shuttling: directed and undirected meditation. (On Collec...
Morning reflection: The process nature of experience and the reifying mind. O...
Nimitta-1: On the different uses of the term nimitta
On Not-Knowing: What hinders relationship – Agatis and 5 different dimensions...
On the 4 Paths to empowerment. A fresh look at the teaching on iddhipādā.
Orientations - Satipaṭṭhāna as a map of experience.
Psychological facets of sati in a nutshell – On Desire: taṇhā and the tragedy
Reflection & Instruction: Cittānupassanā-1: the questions from the Sutta
Reflection & Instruction: More on Vedanā
Reflection & Instruction: Overview of toolkit in meditation – brief strategie...
Reflection (and goodbye to 10 yogis) Medakathalikā - Caring for oneself and c...
Reflection - Departures and Goodbye - The Acrobats: Frying Pan and her Master
Reflection - Four dimensions of contemplative practice.
Reflection - On relating to body
Reflection - The contemplative craft-Attitude vs. technique - Review of the t...
Reflection - what the body can reveal
Reflection and Instruction: Cittānupassanā-2
Reflection and Instruction: Vedanā
Reflection-Awakening Factors-1: Mindfulness – Investigation of states – Energ...
Reflection-cittānupassanā-Working with the nature of the territory.
Reflection-Instruction: Engaging with the story rather than trying to get out...
Reflection-Nimitta-2: The theme of beautiful (subha-n.) and the repulsive (pa...
Reflection-Quick overview of Satipaṭṭhāna-channels.
Reflection. (A) Fire simile: When and when not practice some of the awakenin...
Reflection. Cittānupassanā continued. Sati as relationship; the construction ...
Reflection. Dhammānupassanā. Contemplation of Mindobjects and States.
Reflection. Feeling tone (vedanā)
Reflection. Follow-up on 3 transformations of dukkha through sati. About the ...
Reflection. Follow-up on Clear Comprehension: Relating to the meditational pr...
Reflection. Mind (citta) and contemplation of mind (cittānupassanā)
Reflection. Satipaṭṭhāna: Learning the holding skill in meditation
Reflection. Technique-Skill-Attitude. The Myth of the Present Moment - Sati a...
Reflection: vedanā-review for last intake
Reflection: 4 Satipaṭṭhāna channels as a map of experience – identifying them...
Reflection: Ānāpānasati - Breath and body
Reflection: Aspiration - Attitude - Body
Reflection: Breath and it's centrality in life and contemplative life
Reflection: Dhammānupassanā-1–The concept of dhammā – a practical interpretation
Reflection: Mapping specific tasks for individual Satipaṭṭhāna channels - Ins...
Reflection: Obstacles-1: On sleepiness & numbness
Reflection: Sati as Relationship - External Sense-channels - 5 Questions to t...
Reflection: Six forms of Contemplation of Body (kāyanānupassanā)"
Reflection: The link between vedanā and citta. The space after the disappeari...
Reflection: Two dimensions of attentional training. Some similes"
Sati and its images in the Suttas
Sati and some of its functions
Sati-More on Mindfulness: its Images, Functions and Relations
Stilling of distracting thoughts – strategies from the Suttas. (M 20)
The Elephant's footprint. The Buddha as physician and his fourfold medicine.
The meeting of Dukkha and Sati - a transformative encounter.
Three gateways to liberation and a message from Luang Poo Doon
Touching the earth. Key moments in the Buddha's life
Upādāna and diṭṭhi as fuel for suffering
Ways of getting lost - At the Bhikkhunī's Quarters - Directed and Undirected ...