Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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The esteemed teacher from Sri Lanka, resident in the United States, Bhante Gunaratana visits Perth to talk about the source of happiness.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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Ajahn Brahm offers a fresh slant on the Western view of injustices and the constant desire to right the wrongs and set things right.

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The Armadale Meditation Group was privileged this evening to have three monks visit us for the last meditation session prior to the annual rains retreat. Ajahns Santutthi, Jhanarato and Sukhakamo from the Cambodian forest monastery, Wat Dhammayanaram in Kelmscott, joined us for what was an interesting evening. Ajahn Santutthi started the evening with an introduction of all three monks, a brief talk, then passed onto Ajahn Jhanarato to lead the meditation.

The meditation being lead by Ajahn JR was simply to relax and do nothing. Our minds have so many thoughts happening that it is like the snow globe after shaking. Ajahn asked us to simply allow our minds to settle, just as with a snow globe, so that we may see the thoughts more clearly and just let them pass.

After the meditation, all three monks were happy to answer any and all questions relating to monks, meditation and the Dharma.

 

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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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.

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Bhante Bodhidhaja shares a chant on universal well-being; then gives a brief teaching on the Four Brahmaviharas and how they relate to meditation.The Four Brahmaviharas are also known as the four immeasurables or boundless states:
Mettà – loving-kindness
Karunà – compassion
Mudita – sympathetic joy
Upekkhà – equanimity

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Ajahn Brahm teaches us how to approach our life problems without frustrations. Ajahn explains how thinking about our problems can cause additional suffering such as, frustrations and anxieties. Instead Ajahn encourages us to embrace our problems and to approach them without putting negative thoughts in.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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Teaching retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojGAVOaH5Bc (YouTube Channel: Buddhist Gem Fellowship)

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Guest speaker Venerable Kelsang Nampur discusses the nature of reality. Talk given during the rains retreat at Dhammaloka City Centre on the 10 October 2008.

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We usually only notice kamma and its consequences (fruit) when we receive the consequences of bad kamma that makes us suffer. So how we to understand this? And how are we to deal with the consequences of bad kamma made in the past? Ajahn Vayama offers advice on how to take a wise approach to dealing with the fruit of bad kamma.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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Venerable Amaranatho  guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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Ajahn Santutthi started the evening off by asking us to view meditation as a process. Not a compulsory task or job, but an ongoing process. Just as we might plant a tree, we must prepare the soil, plant the seedling with care, then fertilise and water the tree as it grows. And we know, that it will not happen over night, it will take time. So it is with our meditation, it will take time. With each meditation we are [often without noticing], improving.

Ajahn then guided us through a body contemplation meditation that lasted slightly longer than the usual 30 minutes. This meditation is easily done by beginners and experienced a like. On this occasion there were a number of children present along with those that have never meditated.

After meditation Ajahn opened to questions before continuing to talk on meditation in general.

 

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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Ajahn Santutthi conducts an intermediate/ advanced meditation class for approximately one hour. Recorded at Dhammaloka Buddhist Centre, Perth, Western Australia. 

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Ajahn Brahm discusses the Buddhist attitude to responsibility – what responsibility really means and how to deal with it.

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Ajahn Appichato says that, meditation has many benefits and even meditating for 5 minutes a day adds many values. In addition, Ajahn introduces recollecting your death as a technique to calm your mind.

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