Ajahn Dhiravamso discusses a core teaching of Buddhism that if often misconstrued by popular culture – the law of kamma. In this talk Ajahn Dhiravamso picks apart the confused idea in popular culture and clarifies how the law of kamma (action) really works.
Ajahn Brahm discusses the principle of kamma and how we can use it skilfully in our meditation practice.
Ajahn Brahm talks about how to be assertive, hissing but not biting, as in the story of the snake.
Ajahn Brahmali talks about how our actions (karma) bring about future results (vipaka) which impacts upon our well-being. He gives a broad ranging talk on what it really means to make “good karma” or “bad karma”.