Ajahn Brahm speaks at his old alma mater as a guest of the Cambridge University Buddhist Society sharing his guidance on the topic of befriending inner fear. Talk given at Lady Mitchell Hall, University of Cambridge on 26th of October 2016. The event was organised by the Cambridge University Buddhist Society in collaboration with Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project, of which Ajahn is Spiritual Adviser. 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=xS09ESgPAVs&index=2&list=PLPxfnU-O-ZyeLHWATLqHA2_g13_MLhGPa (YouTube Channel: Cambridge University Buddhist Society)

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Ajahn Brahm responds to a question about whether meditation can relieve stress related health problems.

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Ajahn Brahm responds to a query about how to deal with internet porn addiction.

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Ajahn Brahm explains why his retreats are not tough, and why pain doesn't equal gain when it comes to meditation.

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Ajahn Brahm gives some basic instruction on how to do walking meditation.

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Many people think that Right Effort is about stubborn determination and putting in 110% to attain the goal. But is it? Here Ajahn Brahm gives a clear definition of what Right Effort is - and it's not what you think!

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Ajahn Brahm teaches that you cannot calm your mind through concentration, but instead you must let go and you let go by being content.

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Contradictory to our common belief, Ajahn Brahm contests that when a loved one dies, you don't have to have grief and he goes onto explain how death can actually be an inspirational experience.

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This is Ajahn Brahm's first talk back at Dhammaloka after the Rains Retreat in 2016. Ajahn Brahm shares some ways to be healthy such as; laughing, happiness, understanding how our body works, mindfulness and meditation. Ajahn tells us some stories on how to deal with a range of physical and mental, emotional illnesses.

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This is the last dhamma talk by Ajahn Brahm prior to the 3 months of the Rains Retreat in 2015. The Rains Retreat is a tradition going back to the time of the Buddha when monks and nuns stop travelling and spend time developing the peace of their meditation practice. In this talk Ajahn Brahm talks about how we all need a place in time and space to retreat to and find peace within.

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Ajahn Brahm gives advice for dealing with fear and letting go.
A public talk given in Sydney, March 2011.

Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKHUkv1wUnw (YouTube Channel: Dhammanet)

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Ajahn Brahm answers a question about what we should do when we come out of the powerful bliss of deep samadhi.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately twenty five minutes. Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation designed for children, but which adults can enjoy too. 

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(A)ccepting complements, negative moments and not punishing is kindness. (B)eing kind by letting people be as they are. (C)aring with kindness for yourself and others instead of improving or curing. This talk was an offering for the Theravadin Forest Tradition Bhikkhunis residing in Dhammadharini Vihara in Santa Rose, CA, USA during February 15-24, 2015. To help build Dhamma, by contributing money to the temple as a place of practice, go to https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/support-feminine-wisdom-in-buddhism#/

Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRdNIsLQ7AU (YouTube Channel: Ajahn Brahm's Benefit Talks for Dhammadharini)

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