Ajahn Vayama teaches on how to make peace with the conditions present in meditation, whatever they may be.
What is the meaning of life? Ajahn Brahm tackles this perennial question by starting with the goal – peace of mind – and working back from there. Even though it seems like were are after all sorts of other goals in life, what we’re really looking for is peace of mind.
Ajahn Brahm gives a talk on meditation and how it works. One of the central principles and practices of Buddhism has been meditation. Those who know anything about the history of Buddhism know that it started with one person meditating under a tree. If there’s any holy book in Buddhism it is the holy book of meditation in which you can read in your own heart, in the stillness of your mind rather than any scripture.
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 Vayama talks about how to find peace in a time of war by looking to the source of peace within ourselves, and bringing that peace and well-being into the world.
Ajahn Vayama talks about practicing to find peace, for the benefit of ourselves and for others.
Ajahn Brahm decides to indulge himself by talking about his favourite subject – meditation! Meditation is the Buddhist way of finding all the answers to all the spiritual and philosophical questions through direct personal experience – not via a priest, a holy scripture or any other mediated form. Meditation also helps us to deal with the stresses and problems in life by developing inner peace.
What is peace? How is it caused? And what are the obstacles to peace in our modern world? Ajahn Brahm talks all about peace.
Ajahn Brahm gives a teaching on Right View as taught by the Buddha – how to bring our perceptions in line with reality and the resultant peace and wisdom that can be developed in the mind.
Amongst the uncertainty of the outside world, Ajahn Hasapanna teaches that the most important quality to developed in a sense of inner peace and happiness.