Ajahn Brahm explains how peace and empathy can resolve difficult and violent situations, and Ajahn encourages us to empathise with others, so that we to find out why they are acting a certain way.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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Ajahn Brahm conducts an intermediate/ advanced meditation class for approximately 1 hour. Recorded at Dhammaloka Buddhist Centre, Perth, Western Australia.

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Ajahn Brahm conducts an intermediate/ advanced meditation class for approximately 1 hour. Recorded at Dhammaloka Buddhist Centre, Perth, Western Australia. 

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The problem many people have with meditation is that they try so hard and try the wrong way. Ajahn Brahm explains how to have nice meditation by stopping the trying, and just letting go.

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Western society is caught up with the idea of punishment that we often condemn ourselves with guilt, and seek to punish ourselves for perceived wrongdoing. Ajahn Brahm says to hell with this punishment and advocates taking a kinder, more loving approach to the people in our lives, especially ourselves.

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In the wake of the Boxing Day Tsunami, Ajahn Brahm received numerous requests on how to deal with the inevitable tragedies in life. He offers advice on how to deal with tragedies with wisdom and compassion.

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Ajahn Brahm conducts an intermediate/ advanced meditation class for approximately 1 hour. Recorded at Dhammaloka Buddhist Centre, Perth, Western Australia.

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Dhamma talk by Ajahn Brahm at Monash University; Buddhist Society of Victoria, Wesak 2014.

Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8035JxLXm3Q (YouTube Channel: Prem Nawaratne).

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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Ajahn Brahm uses the metaphor of a prison to outline a Buddhist conception of samsara (the process of being born, ageing and dying) as well as explaining how to escape the prison.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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Buddhism is a form of psychology that has been around for over 2600 years. Many people in the contemporary world draw parallels between Buddhism and Western Psychology. In this talk Ajahn Brahm focuses on the differences between Buddhism and psychology.

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Ajahn Brahm starts with a personal story of how he experienced hopelessness, and goes on to talk about the feeling of hopelessness that can beset us, and how to overcome that feeling through persistence over the longer term.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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In our busy modern lives, it’s easy to end up feeling mentally and emotionally drained by the pace of life. It’s so hard to balance all the demands on our time and energy. Ajahn Brahm has the secret to finding happiness, starting with the understanding that mental energy equals happiness. Ajahn Brahm explains how to increase that energy, in every present moment…

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Ajahn Brahm gives advice on how to help children overcome their problems, bearing in mind that children come into this life with the karma from their past life, and that we can nurture and influence children, but not control their life.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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Ajahn Brahm elaborates upon the meaning of a quote of the Buddha from the Dhammapada: “To refrain from what is wrong, to cultivate the good, and to purify the mind. This is the teaching of all the Buddhas”. Whilst it’s a simple quote it sums up what we are trying to do by practicing Buddhism very concisely. Ajahn Brahm explains the meaning of this stanza by explaining what it means to do what is good.

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