Ayya Hasapanna talks about our quirks of behaviour, our idiosyncracies – how they are shaped, how they shape us, and how we can be at peace with the behaviours of others and ourselves.
Ayya Hasapanna discusses the fourth sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya –the Bhayabherava Sutta – on Fear and Dread.
Ayya Hasapanna discusses the fourth sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya – the Bhayabherava Sutta – on Fear and Dread.
Venerable Hasapanna gives a talk full of anecdotes about the value of honesty and why we need to cultivate it.
Bhikkhuni Hasapanna describes how attachment to our habitual views and behaviors can cloud our perception of our own actions and the world around us.
Bhikkuni Hasapanna talks about how things going wrong in life is normal and should not be a cause for suffering. Instead of fighting against it – we can let go and develop peace in the mind.
Amongst the uncertainty of the outside world, Ajahn Hasapanna teaches that the most important quality to developed in a sense of inner peace and happiness.
Venerable Bhikkhuni Hasapanna teaches SN35:241- Paṭhamadārukkhandhopama Sutta -The Simile of the Great Log.
Ayye Hasapanna discusses the second sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya – the Sabbasava Sutta – “All the Taints”.
Ajahn Hasapanna gives a practical talk on how developing Right View can help us overcome emotional obstacles that lead to suffering like anger and greed.