Recordings

Now you can practice virtually with the Indigo Sangha. Below are some recordings of our recent online gatherings. They include guided meditations, songs, periods of mindful movement, Dharma presentations, and ceremony.

The Recitation of the Five Mindfulness Trainings is the Indigo Sangha recording from June 1, 2020. The Trainings guide us on a path to right understanding and true love, leading to healing, transformation, and happiness for ourselves and for the world. They can remove all discrimination, intolerance, anger, fear, and despair.

No Death, No Fear is the Indigo Sangha recording from May 18, 2020. It includes sitting and walking meditation periods. The talk by Debra Conner about Thich Nhat Hanh’s book by the same title begins at timestamp 43:20.

The Better Way to Live Alone is the Indigo Sangha recording from May 11, 2020. It includes sitting, mindful movements, and a Dharma presentation on Thich Nhat Hanh’s translation of the Elder Discourse. The talk by Heather Lyn Mann begins at timestamp 52:50. It considers how each of us might keep our appointment with life.

The Discourse on Love is the Indigo Sangha recording from May 4, 2020. The practice session includes singing, guided sitting and walking meditations and a Dharma presentation by Heather Lyn Mann on the nature and practice of boundless love. You’ll find the talk at timestamp 43:25.

Non-discrimination In the Midst of it All is the Indigo Sangha recording from April 27, 2020. The gathering features Sisters Clear Grace and Clear Suchness sho share how they practice with equanimity. The video includes sitting meditaion, songs, a poem, a sutra, and a Dharma offering which starts at timestamp 20:40.

On Joy is the Indigo Sangha recording from April 20, 2020. It features sitting meditation and a Dharma offering by Jane Jabbour on the topic of Joy, timestamp 47:15.

This Plum Village Ceremony to Support the Sick is the Indigo Sangha recording from April 13, 2020. It features the monks and nuns of the Plum Village Community of Engaged Buddhism and members of Indigo Sangha. We offer it to bring peace of mind and courage to those suffering from coronavirus or other illnesses and to their friends and relatives.