Ajahn Vayama gives an uplifting talk about the benefits of developing the mind through generosity, virtue and meditation.
Having just injured his foot by taking short cuts, Ajahn Nyanadhammo gives wise advice on the perils of trying to take “short cuts” on the Eightfold Path to Awakening, and how those perceived short cuts often end up being the long way around for those that attempt them. In the long run, the fastest route on the spiritual journey involves patience and persistence in developing the spiritual qualities that lead to liberation.
In response to a request Ajahn Brahm gives a talk on the value of skillful speech and how to develop it.
The Middle Way is the term the Buddha used to refer to the Noble Eightfold Path – a practice avoiding extremes of austerities and sensual indulgence.
Ajahn Brahmali discusses The Middle Way in regards to the Buddha’s own practice and also our own meditation practice.
Ajahn Brahmali talks about the conditionality of the Eightfold Path – how each element of the Eightfold Path conditions the other elements of the Path – and how the factors feedback to one another in a positive feedback cycle.
This talk by Ajahn Brahm revolves around the second and third factors of the Noble Eightfold Path, namely the Intentions of Renunciation, Goodwill and Harmlessness – as well as the practicing of Right Speech.
Ajahn Brahmali gives a talk on the nature of Right View (Samma-ditthi) and how it is developed.
Ajahn Appichato discusses how to use speech skilfully, carefully and for the benefit of all.
The Noble Eightfold Path is at the core of Buddhist practice and is the only way to achieve Awakening. Ajahn Brahmali discusses the indispensable role of the Noble Eightfold Path.
How should we make a living without hurting others and making bad karma? Referring to the Eightfold Path factor of Right Livelihood, Ajahn Brahm explains how to live skilfully and well.