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Nathan Glyde's Dharma Talks at Tovana Insight Meditation
Nathan Glyde
Nathan Glyde has been practicing and studying meditation since 1997, and sharing teachings on retreats since 2007. In 2004 he co-founded SanghaSeva whose retreats emphasise wisdom and compassion in ecological and humanitarian service.
2021-09-18 Mettā to Phenomena 45:06
Expanding the sense of mettā practice to welcome all appearances of the world that we can sense, and beyond to the most subtle objects we can perceive.
Mettā and Emptiness
2021-09-17 Mettā is Inconceivably Empty 53:20
Exploring how metta can be seen to be revealing emptiness while being thoroughly empty, and how it supports profound understanding, deep well-being, and ever expanding freedom.
Mettā and Emptiness
2021-09-16 Anicca and Mettā as a Way of Looking - Morning Instruction 60:40
Seeing inconstancy in all things, and bringing kindness: as it arises, we welcome; as it is here, we allow; as it passes, we release.
Mettā and Emptiness
2021-09-16 Mettā to Easeful, and Neutral Relationships: Guided Meditation 43:26
Mettā and Emptiness
2021-09-15 A Thing is Not a Thing 49:06
Exploring different lenses of equanimity, insight, and metta to see deeply and release dukkha.
Mettā and Emptiness
2021-02-26 Muditā and Samādhi 46:37
Exploring a central place for joy on the path of release from dukkha
Lingering in Happiness
2021-02-26 Muditā Guided Meditation 43:01
Lingering in Happiness
2021-02-25 Day 1 - Instructions: Enjoying Listening to Present Experience 59:56
An invitation to find more pleasant and enjoyable ways of breathing, or to discover ways to meet sounds with more space and intimacy.
Lingering in Happiness
2021-02-24 Opening to Lingering in Happiness 46:56
Meditation as the cultivation of wellbeing, or attuning to or supporting the coming into being of pleasure. Muditā as a way of relating well with appreciation and joy. And enriching and absorbing into harmony and happiness in samādhi.
Lingering in Happiness

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