Guest monk Ajahn Munindo gives a humourous and wise talk about cultivating the spiritual life – complete with its many unexpected twists!
Ajahn Vayama gives an uplifting talk about the benefits of developing the mind through generosity, virtue and meditation.
Is Buddhism a religion? Or is it a way or life or a philosophy? What is it? And what are Buddhists supposed to do? Ajahn Brahm uses his characteristic humour and wisdom to answer these questions.
Ajahn Brahm talks about the different sects of Buddhism, how it all came to be this way and what it means. Ultimately it’s all the same cake, just different icing on top.
Ajahn Vayama talks about practicing to find peace, for the benefit of ourselves and for others.
Ajahn Brahm reflects upon our mundane reality and the quest to attain supremundane, transcendent experience.
Ajahn Khemavaro starts out with the simile of digging a well to find water and how this requires persistent digging in the same spot in order to hit water. He then goes on to talk about how we need to be dedicated in our practice focusing on our chosen practices to find the profound liberating happiness that can be found on the spiritual path.
We keep hearing about all the benefits of being positive, but now Ajahn Brahm gives practical advice on how to be positive.
Ajahn Brahmali talks about what loving kindness (metta) is, how it is useful for our practice, and how we are to develop the quality of loving kindness in the heart.
Ayye Vayama discusses how knowledge and practice of the Buddha Dharma develops the mind in the direction of liberation.