Ajahn Nissarano describes the mantra “be here now” as being like the “coordinates for happiness”, but also for developing peace and wisdom. He goes on to offer advice on how, amidst our busy lives, we can learn to “be here now”.
Ajahn Brahm opens the talk by pointing to how much popularity and traction mindfulness techniques are developing in the contemporary world. He then goes on to explain how developing mindfulness with compassion can be transformative for anyone who practices it.
Ajahn Vayama discusses various aspects of the quality of mindfulness in meditation and daily life.
Ayya Vayama talks about how we can find acceptance with change and loss through wisely reflecting upon circumstances.
Ajahn Brahm describes what mindfulness is, how it can be developed and how it supports the other factors of the meditative path.
Taken from a 10 Day retreat at Jhana Grove in November 2013.
Ajahn Brahm focuses on how to develop the quality of mindfulness – a practice that has been central (e.g. it’s a factor of Eightfold Path and Seven Factors of Enlightenment) to the teaching of Buddhism from the start. He goes on to talk about the varying degrees of attention and the ability to know what’s going on in the mind and body.
A talk by Ajahn Brahm on how to calm and stabilise the mind by bringing it into the present moment.
Taken from a 9 Day retreat at Jhana Grove in 2013.
Ajahn Brahm gives a talk on the development and application of mindfulness.
Taken from a talk given during the Nov 2012 retreat at Jhana Grove.
Ajahn Brahm offers a wise, yet practical teaching on how to be mindful of the body and how this can be beneficial to help solve problems and understand what is going on with this life.
Ajahn Nyanadhammo reflects upon the importance of developing wisdom in life so that the results of the actions that we sow today are pleasant and not painful, and so that we can develop the path of practice.