Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes. 

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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.

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

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Why does our mind wander off during meditation? Ajahn Brahm teaches us how to prepare our mind, so it can become still.

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Ajahn Brahm teaches us how to be comfortable with the feelings and changes we experience while growing old. Some of the questions asked at the end include: How to console people who are distraught about their loved ones dying, especially those who do not believe in life after death? Does the mind age too? And how do you cope when your body falls apart and you have no control?

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes. 

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A Dhamma talk given by Ajahn Katapunno at the Buddhist Society of Victoria (BSV) in 2018.

Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbO_7NtqHZQ (YouTube Channel: BSV Dhamma Talks). Please visit the BSV Podcast Channel: https://bsv.podbean.com/ and BSV YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/BSVWeeklyDTEng/featured

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Ajahn Brahm gives guidance on loving-kindness meditation. 

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes. 

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Having been asked about the role of helping and serving others, Ajahn Brahm talks about both the beauty and goodness of helping others, but also the dangers like over-committing and burning out. Ajahn Brahm talks about how to help and serve others using both compassion and wisdom.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes. 

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Ajahn Brahm reflects upon our mundane reality and the quest to attain supramundane, transcendent experience.

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Ajahn Appi began by asking us all to reflect on all the good we have done through out our lives to up lift our minds. As an indicator, Ajahn pointed out to us that many of the people he meets daily that look at their lives in this way, are by default happy and joyful despite economic pressures. They are not typically easily distressed or unsettled. They have built a store of emotional strength on which to call when times are more difficult. By reflecting on all the good things in life rather than the negative.

Ajahn then guided the group in a longer than usual meditation asking us all to be as comfortable as we are able first. Then to reflect on all the good qualities that we each know we have. After reflecting on ourselves we moved to the good we have done for others, then to breath meditation. This meditation is more suited to experienced meditators.

After meditation Ajahn opened to questions. In response to a question, Ajahn then reminded us that no matter who we are we are all capable of reaching very deep meditative states. So for many of us, when random thoughts intrude, we need to address them, to understand why they continue to intrude. Looking as deeply as we can into such thoughts helps to diminish them. Then they eventually go away. Samadhi is attained.

 

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Ajahn Vayama guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes. 

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Ayya Vayama talks about how we can find acceptance with change and loss through wisely reflecting upon circumstances.

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

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One of the five hindrances that stops us from having a peaceful mind is restlessness and remorse. Venerable Hasapanna recommends we reflect on our past good deeds to overcome remorse and recommends practicing gratitude to overcome restlessness.

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We think that we own our body and emotions. Venerable Hasapanna reminds us that our body and emotions are impermanent and we don’t own them. Venerable advises one way to help build wholesome qualities, habits and mental states is to remember that we are not permanent, our negative emotions won't last.

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Venerable Hasapanna guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes. 

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A talk given by Ajahn Brahm in support of the Anukampa Bhikkuni Project at Friends Meeting House, Manchester on 11th October 2017. Ajahn Brahm is the Spiritual Adviser of Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project. Donations towards Anukampa's aim to develop a nuns' monastery in England are extremely welcome. Please visit https://anukampaproject.org/donate/

Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKNUnOEhUGw (YouTube Channel: Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project)

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