Ajahn Brahm discusses the 9th sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya, the Sammaditthi Sutta – on Right View.
The taking of the Three Refuges in the Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha is a traditional indication of what it means to be a Buddhist. In this talk, Ajahn Vayama outlines what it means to take the Three Refuges and live life as a Buddhist.
Is it possible to have your cake and eat it too? Ajahn Brahm reveals the answer.
Ajahn Nissarano discusses the 19th sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya – the Dvedhavitakka Sutta – Two Kinds of Thought.
Ajahn Brahm talks about where self-hatred comes from and how to find freedom from self-hatred.
Assumptions can get us in to trouble, often because they end up being wrong. Ajahn Brahm talks about the dangers of assumptions, and how to avoid them.
The key to religion, to compassion and spirituality isn’t about focusing on just ourselves, nor just on focusing on others, but focusing on the space in between and how we relate to one another. Ajahn Brahm offers a fresh perspective on developing the spiritual path.
We all want praise and to avoid blame. But no matter what we do, we get some blame and never quite enough praise. Ajahn Brahm talks about the fickle nature of praise and blame and how to be calm and unmoved by both.
The body can cause us all sorts of trouble, especially when we don’t have the body that we want! Ajahn Brahm talks about the Buddhist attitude to the human body and the connection between the body and mind.
Ajahn Vayama teaches on how to make peace with the conditions present in meditation, whatever they may be.