Ajahn Brahmali offers this meditation on bringing awareness to and calming of the body to members of the Buddhist Society of WA on 6th June 2015.
Ajahn Brahm explains the basics of meditation during a 2 day meditation retreat held at Chin Swee Temple, Malaysia, 2013.
A talk given by Ajahn Brahm on the practice and benefits of calming the mind.
Given in November 2014 at Buddhist Maha Vihara, Malaysia.
Ajahn Brahm gives a talk on how silence can foster a peace and calm in the mind, and be a support for the arising of wisdom.
Taken from a public talk given at Monash University Religious Centre.
We’ve all had problems with the boss from hell, the partner from hell, etceteras. Ajahn Brahm points out how all these difficult people have something to teach us, and a skillful way to go about dealing with these people is to calm the whole situation down using the same attitude that helps us calm our own mind.
Ajahn Brahm describes the use of mindfulness of breathing in order to develop calm and happiness in the mind.Taken from a 10 Day retreat at Jhana Grove in November 2013.
Ajahn Brahm describes the purpose of meditation as being to develop stillness and clarity in the mind as opposed to a state of intense concentration.
Taken from a 10 Day retreat at Jhana Grove in November 2013.
Ajahn Brahm gives an instruction on how to calm both body and mind during a retreat at Jhana Grove Meditation Retreat Centre, 2012.
Ajahn Brahm gives an instruction on the basics of meditation during a retreat at Jhana Grove Meditation Retreat Centre, 2011.
Ayye Vayama talks about the two strains of Buddhist meditation – calm (samatha) and insight (vipassana) – and how we need to use these in tandem to develop the mind.