Ajahn Brahm responds with wisdom and humour to the question: Is Buddhism a religion?Buddhis
The body can cause us all sorts of trouble, especially when we don’t have the body that we want! Ajahn Brahm talks about the Buddhist attitude to the human body and the connection between the body and mind.
Ajahn Brahm offers a fresh slant on the Western view of injustices and the constant desire to right the wrongs and set things right.
Ajahn Brahm offers a Buddhist perspective on sex and sexuality.
Ajahn Vayama outlines the core teachings of the Buddha for an audience new to Buddhism.
Speaking on the 30th Anniversary of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia, Ajahn Vayama talks about how Buddhism is a living religion in the contemporary world.
Ajahn Brahm offers a broad overview of the history of Buddhism.
Responding to questions and debates about what form of Buddhism is best, Ajahn Brahm returns to the origins of Buddhism to help us understand the intentions and practice of original Buddhism.
Ajahn Brahm discusses how the Buddha’s core teachings have given rise to the numerous traditions and teachings of Buddhism that exist today and that these core teachings are where we should focus our attention if we want to see benefits in our practice.
Talk give at Monash University Religious Centre in 2013.
Ajahn Brahmali and Ajahn Sujato are not just forest monks but authoritative scholars actively researching early Buddhist history trying to get an authentic understanding of who the Buddha was and the events surrounding his life by investigating multiple sources, including the discourses of all major Buddhist traditions. This course won’t just enlighten the listener about the early Buddhist world and who the real historical Buddha was, but will cast these events in a fresh light free from the dogma of any one Buddhist school.