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Dhamma as taught by the Buddha is simple and easy to practice. It is about ourselves and how we can be free from personal suffering. As suffering beings we are deluded about the truths of our body and mind. However, if we practice the Dhamma, we turn our attention to our body and our mind and unveil their true characteristics. Our suffering lessens as we gradually come to understand the Dhamma more and more.
 
Modern Dhamma is an approximately 45 minute podcast in English exploring informal Dhamma Talks themes akin to those of the Buddhist tradition (e.g. Impermanence, Equanimity) with a somewhat refreshed perspective of our modern times, as well as some more personal ideas related to life. It features a French guy, who is not an expert on anything, aiming to translate those concepts as he understands them to his girlfriend Magda (sometimes present) and to the audience. Each episode ends with a so ...
 
Open and honest discussions with wise and skillful teachers about their experiences with life, death, and Buddhism. If you wonder how others on the path have dealt with death and dying and grief, be sure to listen in. Everyone has a story, a perspective, and a valuable lesson to share. Embrace death, live a full life, and learn to love impermanence because nobody gets out of this alive.
 
Venerable Ajahn Anan Akincaño practiced under the meditation master, Venerable Ajahn Chah Bodhiñāna Thera, before establishing Wat Marp Jan in 1984. Today he is considered one of the most prominent teachers in the Thai Forest Tradition. In this most recent compilation, various disciples of Ajahn Anan translate his talks and discussions about meditation and Dhamma practice. For more information, visit www.watmarpjan.org/en.
 
Dhamma talks given by teachers and guest speakers at the Tathagata Meditation Center located in San Jose, California, USA. The talks cover the original teachings of the Buddha and Vipassana Meditation as the only way to attain enlightenment as taught by the Buddha.To learn more about the Tathagata Meditation Center , visit our website at http://www.tathagatameditationcenter.org.
 
- A Collection of Verses Being One of the Canonical Books of the Buddhists Dhammapada means "The path of Dharma." The Pali word Dhamma corresponds to the Sankrit word Dharma. It is a collection of the teachings of the Buddha. These verses, compiled by Buddha's students in the years following his final Nirvana, were culled from various discourses given by the Buddha in the course of forty-five years of his teaching, as he travelled in the valley of the Ganges and the sub-mountain tract of the ...
 
Triple Gem of the North is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and practice of the teachings of the Buddha. Triple Gem sponsors meditation and Sutta study events, as well as meditation retreats. The teachings are given freely in the spirit of dana (selfless generosity). Those who wish may also practice dana by offering a donation so that the monks may continue their work. At the end of events and retreats, tax-deductible donations are also accepted for Triple Gem of the North. W ...
 
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This Dhamma talk was given by Luang Por Sumedho on 7 May 2021 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK. It’s an audio version that was firstly published on Amaravati’s YouTube channel during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. The post Reaction and Response appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.由Amaravati Buddhist Monastery
 
Ajahn Brahm discusses the Maha Mangala Sutta, the Greatest Good Fortune. The Maha Mangala sutta is from KN: Khuddaka Nikaya and can found in two places Kp 5 and Snp 2.4. We apologise about 30 seconds of the audio is lost a few minutes into the teaching. Read the Mangala Sutta Snp2.4 on Sutta Central here (translated by Ajahn Brahmali). Please suppo…
 
If you are looking for a mantra to help you navigate everyday life then consider this, "Have an Open Heart." If you are looking for a mantra to assist with your ability to help yourself and others prepare for death, try, "Have an Open Heart." Are you currently sitting with your own experiences of grief and loss? Please remind yourself to "Have an O…
 
(keywords) (approx. 37 mins. - this talk is a slightly edited version of the original.) Kusala kamma, the goal, realization, muscle tone, gas in the tank, light, darkness of unawareness, nutriment, aspiration, rigors, making merit, puñña, positive momentum, canonical, trustworthiness, Dhammapada v 204, safe spaces, kin, Maori, whanau, impeccability…
 
Welcome to the second episode of Modern Dhamma! This episode is split in two parts that are each approximately 35 minutes long. So you can listen to half if you just have around half an hour. This is the first of three parts in the Wave series, Seeing the Wave. The main Buddhist concept mentioned here is Karma. As with the previous one, this episod…
 
Ajahn Karunadhammo discusses a reframing of the notion of samadhi. He suggests using the term, “unwavering composure” instead of the term “one pointed concentration” to allow for a more relaxed practice that results in an easeful, peaceful, simplified state of mind. Note: This is a partial, incomplete recording. This talk was offered on May 8, 2021…
 
This Dhamma talk was given by Luang Por Sumedho on 29 April 2021 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK. It’s an audio version that was firstly published on Amaravati’s YouTube channel during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. The post Follow Your Heart Your Intuition or Trust Awareness appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.…
 
Bhante Sangharatana discusses MN58, the Abhayakarama Sutta. "The leader of the Jains, Nigaṇṭha Nātaputta, gives his disciples Prince Abhaya a dilemma to pose to the Buddha, supposing that this will show his weakness. Things don’t go quite as planned." Read MN58 Abhayakarama Sutta on Sutta Central here. Please support the BSWA in making teachings av…
 
Ajahn Brahm discusses the 75th sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya: the Magandiya Sutta, "With Magandiya". Read MN75 here on Sutta Central. "Accused by a hedonist of being too negative, the Buddha recounts the luxury of his upbringing, and his realization of how little value there was in such things. Through renunciation he found a far greater pleasure," …
 
If you think that being a Buddhist is all about passive meditation and not about taking action - please listen to Venerable Karma Lekshe Tsomo. She will not say this, but I will, she is a role model for compassionate Buddhist social action. So when she says that the way we live sets the stage for the way we die, she is not just preaching. When we d…
 
This Dhamma talk was given by Luang Por Sumedho on 4 May 2021, last quarter moon day, at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK. It’s an audio version that was firstly published on Amaravati’s YouTube channel during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. The post Consciousness, Space and Sakkayaditthi appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.…
 
This Dhamma talk was given by Luang Por Sumedho on 26 April 2021, full moon day, at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK. It’s an audio version that was firstly published on Amaravati’s YouTube channel during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. The post What is Enlightenment? appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.…
 
Ajahn Brahm discusses the 128th sutta from Majjhima Nikaya: Upakkilesa Sutta, "Imperfections" or "Corruptions". Click here to read MN128 on Sutta Central. "A second discourse set at the quarrel of Kosambi, this depicts the Buddha, having failed to achieve reconciliation between the disputing mendicants, leaving the monastery. He spends time in the …
 
Ajahn Appichato discusses sutta 107 from the Majjhima Nikaya: Ganakamoggallana Sutta - The Discourse to Ganaka-Moggallana. "The Buddha compares the training of an accountant with the step by step spiritual path of his followers. But even with such a well explained path, the Buddha can only show the way, and it is up to us to walk it," Sutta Central…
 
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