Ajahn Brahm discusses the 9th sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya, the Sammaditthi Sutta – on Right View.
Dependent Origination is a profound explanation of how life works at the core of the Buddha’s Teachings. Ajahn Brahmali offers this practical and easy to understand overview of the teaching on Dependent Origination.
Ajahn Brahm responds with wisdom and humour to the question: Is Buddhism a religion?Buddhis
Ajahn Brahm responds to questions about how to keep a level head and sense of contentment whilst being a busy high flyer.
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 explains how using a combination of compassion with wisdom we can free ourselves and others of life’s problems.
What is the meaning of life? Ajahn Brahm tackles this perennial question by starting with the goal – peace of mind – and working back from there. Even though it seems like were are after all sorts of other goals in life, what we’re really looking for is peace of mind.
Ajahn Brahm talks about when to set goals, what types of goals to set, and how to set goals wisely to get the most out of setting resolutions.
Responding to an online request, Ajahn Brahm talks about celebrating “Buddhamas” on the 25th December.
From a Buddhist perspective, thinking about death isn’t a negative, dark and depressing act, but rather, thinking about death can be very useful, putting life in perspective, and even leading the mind in to peace. Ajahn Brahmali gives advice on how to wisely contemplate death.