Ajahn Brahmali offers this guided breath meditation to members of the Buddhist Society of WA on 28-11-2015.
Responding to a question about rituals in Buddhism, Ajahn Brahm gives a humour filled explanation of why and how.
Ajahn Brahmali describes the importance of the suttas and how we can skilfully use them as a support for our practice.
A talk given at the Buddhist Society of Victoria.
In response to emailed questions, Ajahn Brahm talks on the topic of dreams (and other such things) from a Buddhist perspective.
Ajahn Brahm gives some practical advice for living with people who share world views other than our own.
Ajahn Brahm responds to questions about how to keep a level head and sense of contentment whilst being a busy high flyer.
A meditation talk given by Ajahn Brahm during a Oct/Nov 2012 9 Day retreat at Jhana Grove.
Ajahn Dhiravamso gives a balanced approach to the Buddhist attitude to sense pleasures, pointing both to the danger of sense pleasures, but also how going to the opposite extreme also isn’t helpful. By understanding the true nature of sense pleasures and the way to cultivate higher, more sustainable forms of happiness, we can change our attitude to life.
Ajahn Brahm gives a talk on the drawbacks of an overactive mind and the importance of creating a space of peace and stillness in the mind.
The following talks are teachings given at the November 2013 meditation retreat conducted by Ajahn Brahm at the Jhana Grove Retreat Centre.