Ajahn Brahmali guides a meditation for about half an hour. 

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In our daily life, because we have so many things that occupy our mind our meditation can unfortunately be an unpleasant and restless experience. Therefore Ajahn Brahmali teaches us, that one way to still our mind is to develop the perception that what we’re chasing in life is endless and unsatisfactory, and real contentment can only be found inside from our meditation practice.

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Ajahn Brahmali examines some questions about Samadhi (deep states of meditation), such as: are they really important? Or can they be skipped? And are there any dangers from practicing Samadhi?

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Ajahn Brahmali guides a meditation for approximately half an hour. 

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Ajahn Brahmali guides a meditation for approximately half an hour. 

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A talk given at the Buddhist Society of Victoria (BSV).
Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtAD76tzmlc (YouTube Channel: BSV Dhamma Talks)

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Ajahn Brahmali guides a meditation for approximately half an hour. 

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Ajahn Brahmali offers two simple pieces of mediation advice. Firstly, have patience and allow your mind to calm down. Secondly, value your meditation time. Ajahn explains that the many things we think are really important in our life will dissipate, when we carefully inspect them from a Buddha Dhamma perspective. This then helps us to let go of our thinking and allows us to find some peace in our meditation.

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The Buddha said that all conditioned phenomena will eventually come to an end. Ajahn Brahmali explains that because our world is impermanent, it’s an unreliable source of happiness and therefore we need to find our happiness and inspiration from within.

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Ajahn Brahmali guides a meditation for approximately half an hour. We applogise that the beginning of the recording is missing.

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A talk given on a short day retreat at Thames Buddhist Vihara as part of Ajahn Brahmali's tour in the UK in support of Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project. 

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Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLZZCgUNiws&t=4066s (YouTube Channel: Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project). Video courtesy of Cristo Nobel, LLP Management.

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Ajahn Brahmali gave a Dhamma Talk and Questions and Answers Session at October Gallery London on the 9th of July 2018.

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Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0cZ3LSaRX0 (YouTube Channel: Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project)

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Ajahn Brahmali explains that having right view can make your meditation easier, for example having an understanding that the world is uncontrollable, can help you during your meditation to let go of the world and instead find refuge in yourself.

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How you live your life is absolutely fundamental to your ability to meditate well and find your life’s real purpose. Ajahn Brahmali encourages us particularly to put enormous care into our spiritual development. We apologise for there being no sound record

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Ajahn Brahmali gave a Dhamma Talk and Questions and Answers session on "How to Overcome the Five Hindrances" at Sheffield Hallam University on the 8th of July 2018. The Five Hindrances are: ‘desire for sensing’, ‘aversion or ill-will’, ‘lethargy laziness or sloth & torpor’, ‘restlessness, regret & worry’ and ‘doubt & uncertainty’. 

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Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tKnVClbh0w (YouTube Channel: Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project)

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Ajahn Brahmali, as one of our most senior and respected monks, doesn't often get the time to visit us at AMG so when he does, we have a full house as he is an excellent teacher.

Ajahn began the night with a talk on the obstacles and problems most often associated with meditation for beginners. Tiredness and the thinking mind, these are the two main issues we deal with when we first learn to meditate. Actually, even experienced meditators experience these obstacles. Ajahn continued to explain how to overcome them.

Ajahn then guided us through a 30 minute meditation followed by opening to questions and offering sound answers and explanations. One of the questions related to death contemplation which in western society is not so much a taboo subject, but one most of us don't want to hear about, let alone contemplate. Ajahn showed us that this was a way of putting down our thoughts of the future when meditating.

This meditation is well suited to those wishing to get a start in meditation.

 

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According to the Buddha, you should raise your mindfulness before meditating on your breathe. Ajahn Brahmali explains that contemplating on death is one way to increase your present moment awareness because it helps you to let go of your past and future.

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Ajahn Brahmali explains how he came across the Buddhist path and the various reasons why he decided to become a monk, in particular experiencing the peace of breath meditation led him to want to pursue this further. Ajahn explains how through experience you gain confidence in the teachings of the Buddha and he discusses the Kalama Sutta (AN3.65) on navigating among different spiritual options.

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