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Stephan Wormland, MA in clinical psychology and trained in Gestalt therapy. He has studied and practiced meditation in multiple Buddhist traditions for over 30 years and spent altogether 5 years in meditation retreats. Stephan was a monk in the Tibetan tradition for 11 years and teaches meditation in Buddhist centers in Europe.

Stephan Wormland, MA in clinical psychology and trained in Gestalt therapy. He has studied and practiced meditation in multiple Buddhist traditions for over 30 years and spent altogether 5 years in meditation retreats. Stephan was a monk in the Tibetan tradition for 11 years and teaches meditation in Buddhist centers in Europe.
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Denmark

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Stephan Wormland, MA in clinical psychology and trained in Gestalt therapy. He has studied and practiced meditation in multiple Buddhist traditions for over 30 years and spent altogether 5 years in meditation retreats. Stephan was a monk in the Tibetan tradition for 11 years and teaches meditation in Buddhist centers in Europe.

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English

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0045/50363688


Episodes

Drop your Banana - Spring Retreat - Part 5

7/4/2019
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Making contact with that which is bigger than you is a safe refuge.

Duration:00:54:04

Drop your Banana - Spring Retreat - Part 4

6/15/2019
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During the retreat, Stephan Pende gives an introduction to flexible awareness. Then he guides a meditation on being with physical and emotional discomfort in meditation using flexible awareness.

Duration:00:47:06

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 8b

6/12/2019
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Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 8b by Stephan Pende Wormland

Duration:00:35:33

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 8a

6/7/2019
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Last session of the 3 months course in Malmö on Vipassana.

Duration:01:01:14

Drop your Banana - Spring Retreat - Part 3

5/29/2019
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Explanation of stable awareness, guided meditation, and explanation of walking meditation.

Duration:01:08:09

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 7b

5/29/2019
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Insight into the nature of mind is the liberating seeing within the Mahayana tradition. How can you turn your attention to itself? How can you become aware of being aware?

Duration:00:35:51

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 7a

5/24/2019
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Insight into the nature of mind is the liberating seeing within the Mahayana tradition. How can you turn your attention to itself? How can you become aware of being aware?

Duration:00:58:44

Drop your Banana - Spring Retreat - Part 2 - Morning Meditation

5/21/2019
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Drop your Banana - Spring Retreat - Part 2 - Morning Meditation by Stephan Pende Wormland

Duration:01:08:42

Drop your Banana - Spring Retreat - Part 1

5/18/2019
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Introduction to the spring retreat 2019 in Sweden. This retreat is about the most important thing: Essence Love. And dropping the Bananas which prevent you to contact and be Essence Love.

Duration:01:24:21

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 6

5/13/2019
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We struggle because our usual way of seeing distorts reality. Vipassana is learning to see yourself and others in a way that liberates. How to do that?

Duration:01:02:39

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 5b

4/27/2019
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Meditation on Co-dependent arising is one of the main methods to have a deep insight into the nature of reality. Since everything is dependent on everything else, nothing can exist in an independent, separate, autonomous way.

Duration:00:41:47

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 5a

4/27/2019
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Meditation on Co-dependent arising is one of the main methods to have a deep insight into the nature of reality. Since everything is dependent on everything else, nothing can exist in an independent, separate, autonomous way.

Duration:01:04:04

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 4b

4/12/2019
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Realizing emptiness through the Sevenfold Reasoning by Chandakirti.

Duration:00:19:53

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 4a

4/12/2019
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Realizing emptiness with the Sevenfold Reasoning of Chandakirti. The self too cannot inherently be: 1) the same entity as the aggregates; 2) other than the aggregates; 3) in the aggregates; and so too, really: 4) the aggregates are not in the self somehow; 5) the self does not possess the aggregates; 6) it is not the collection of the aggregates; 7) it is not the shape of the aggregates, nor is it their continuum in time.

Duration:01:00:27

How deep is your Yes? Part Two

4/1/2019
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Saying yes to your experience as it reduces your resistance and with that, you move into a space of less suffering. Saying yes gives you the space to respond to the situation and to emotions in a more balanced way.

Duration:00:35:12

How deep is your Yes? Part One

4/1/2019
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Saying yes to your experience as it reduces your resistance and with that, you move into a space of less suffering. Saying yes gives you the space to respond to the situation and to emotions in a more balanced way.

Duration:01:04:58

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 3b

3/31/2019
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Identifying the mistaken sense of self is an important step to free you from self-limiting projections and habits.

Duration:00:40:45

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 3a

3/29/2019
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Identifying the mistaken sense of self is an important step to free you from self-limiting projections and habits.

Duration:01:03:57

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 2b

3/15/2019
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Theravada Vipassana is the insight into the three characteristics, anicca dukkha, and anatta. Whatever the meditation object, it is changing, it is not satisfying you, and it is not you. Stephan Pende gives an explanation of how to see dukkha and anatta.

Duration:00:39:47

Seeing that liberates - Vipassana - Part 2a

3/15/2019
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Theravada Vipassana is the insight into the three characteristics, anicca dukkha, and anatta. Whatever the meditation object, it is changing, it is not satisfying you, and it is not you. Stephan Pende gives an explanation of how to see dukkha and anatta.

Duration:01:02:11