Ajahn Brahm gives a talk on how to overcome suffering in the mind.
Ajahn Vayama exhorts us to practice in a way to see things as they really are, by connecting with the experience of the five external senses (the body) and the Three Characteristics of existence (impermanence, suffering, non-self).
In response to a request about what to do with suffering in ourselves and in others, Ajahn Brahm offers advice on how we can respond wisely.
To understand Buddhism and to understand life, we must understand the truth of suffering in life. The Four Noble Truths are oriented around suffering, it’s cause and freedom from suffering. Ajahn Brahmali uses this talk to put things into perspective and understand the problem of suffering.
Sometimes when things are going wrong in life, we end up asking “Why me?” Ajahn Brahm looks into the origins of this attitude to tragedies (big and small), and how to develop a more realistic and resilient attitude to life.
Sometimes everything seems to go wrong. Does life really suck? Ajahn Brahm responds.
Ajahn Brahm discusses the 13th sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya – the Greater Discourse on the Greater Mass of Suffering.
How do we respond to our heartaches, illnesses, pain and various forms of suffering in life? Ajahn Brahm explains how the most skillful response is to love our sufferings.
How are we to cope when there is a crisis in our lives? What to do when it all goes wrong? Ajahn Brahm gives a talk on what to do when we’re really in deep trouble.