Ajahn Brahm talks about the power of anger, and how it can be quenched and released through the power of forgiveness.
Ajahn Brahm gives a public talk on the subject of Anger at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
Ajahn Brahm talks about the fault-finding mind; how people are not ‘wrong’, but different, using the simile of the anger-eating demon.
Anger and ill-will is a range emotions that goes from minor irritation all the way up to a furious rage. We’ve all experienced this emotion and it can be both intoxicating and very unpleasant. It’s also a major obstacle on the path of Buddhist practice. Ajahn Brahmali discusses the problems with ill-will, and how to overcome it.
Ajahn Brahm gives advice on how to deal with the grief and loss associated with the death of those close to us, and how to deepen our understanding of life and death in the process.
Ajahn Brahm talks widely on the nature of forgiveness in Buddhism, contrasted with attitudes to justice and revenge in the world today.
Ajahn Brahm talks about the fault-finding mind; how people are not ‘wrong’, but different. Simile of the anger-eating demon.