This guided meditation is part of the corona dhamma daily series of daily meditation and dhamma teachings offered by the monks at Bodhinyana Monastery to support the community during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ajahn Nissarano explains how to cope with fear and anxiety by cultivating our mind state. People might think that you either have an emotion, such as anxiety, or you don't. But Buddhism sees emotions in a different way. We have all these emotions in us, it's just a matter of finding the way to make positive emotions powerful.

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Ajahn Nissarano explains how to cope with fear and anxiety by developing our mind.

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Ajahn Nissarano guides a meditation session for approximately 30 minutes. 

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There is no room for violence in Lord Buddha's teachings. Dhamma thought for all Buddha Dhamma Kalyanamittas by Ajahn Nissarano in Sri Lanka.

Teaching retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EVZBUecPos&feature=youtu.be (YouTube Channel: BuddhaDhamma Kalyanamittas).

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Ajahn Nissarano guides a meditation for approximately thirty minutes.

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A talk given by Ajahn Nissarano at the Buddhist Society of Victoria (BSV).
Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfuYesl5ETE&index=5&list=PLwPICjq7jNeqPSKNmtxEaiXMywVXdOIBX (YouTube Channel: BSV Dhamma Talks)

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To find and download more Dhamma Talks on Podcast, visit the BSWA teachings page: https://bswa.org/teachings/, choose the talk you want and then type the title into the Podcast search box.

A talk given by Ajahn Nissarano at the Buddhist Society of Victoria (BSV).
Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDfEeYnRbvM&index=6&list=PLwPICjq7jNeqPSKNmtxEaiXMywVXdOIBX (YouTube Channel: BSV Dhamma Talks)

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Christmas is a good time to reflect upon what Christmas is supposed to be about and how this relates to the practice or Buddhism. Ajahn Nissarano one of the earliest monks to ordain with Ajahn Brahm at Bodhinyana Monastery talks about the positive qualities associated with Christmas, like generosity and peace and goodwill, which are qualities also valued by Buddhists to be practiced at this time of year. A talk given at the Buddhist Society of Victoria (BSV).

Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwbOrvKMgJo (YouTube Channel: BSV Dhamma Talks)

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Ajahn Nissarano talks about paying respect to the Buddha through practicing loving-kindness (metta).

Recorded by the Buddhist Society of Victoria in Melbourne.

Ajahn Nissarano talks about using Right Speech (sama vaca) to prevent and overcome anger, and live more peacefully.

Recorded by the Buddhist Society of Victoria in Melbourne.

Ajahn Nissarano talks about the meaning of a chant; “I honour and pay respect to the Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha and by this practice according to Dhamma I will be freed from birth, old age, sickness and death.” Ajahn explains that the Buddhist path is our lives 24 hours a day and that the complete Buddhist path (which is also the short cut path) is the Noble Eightfold Path which takes us all the way to enlightenment because practicing it creates the conditions and causes for enlightenment.

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Each year we are blessed with a visit and teaching by Ajahn Nissarano. This year we have been fortunate enough to have him visit twice. Ajahn is based in Sri Lanka, visiting his home city of Perth once or twice every year or so. On such visits Ajahn is usually in high demand so we at AMG are very grateful of his time.  On this occasion Ajahn began the night with an explanation of meditation and programing our minds before we start our meditation. Being aware of negative states of mind prior to our meditation will help immensely. The two most important states of mind being motivation and intention. Ajahn talked to us about these states of mind and how they affect our meditation as well as our daily lives.

Ajahn then guided the group through a 30 minute scanning [body sweep] meditation suited to all, beginners to experienced alike.

After the meditation Ajahn opened the floor to "comments, questions or complaints". Ajahn then continued his talk on programming our own minds and the external influences we are subjected to in modern life.

 

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Ajahn Nissarano talks about how to clear some of the emotional rubbish that has built up in our minds using tools like forgiveness and letting go.

Recorded by the Buddhist Society of Victoria in Melbourne.

Ajahn Nissarano talks about gratitude not just as a pleasant social grace, but as a key Buddhist practice that can be truly uplifting.

Recorded by the Buddhist Society of Victoria in Melbourne.

In the era of greater awareness of issues pertaining to sexual assault, Ajahn Nissarano discusses the Buddha's teachings on what is sexual misconduct, it's harm, and how to prevent such harm in the world.

Recorded by the Buddhist Society of Victoria in Melbourne.

Ajahn Nissarano gives a talk about initiating and maintaining good relationships.

Recorded by the Buddhist Society of Victoria in Melbourne.

Ajahn Nissarano talks about the factor of the Noble Eightfold Path known as right livelihood, which pertains to a good way for people to live our lives, especially about our work lives.

Recorded by the Buddhist Society of Victoria in Melbourne.

Ajahn Nissarano gives a talk about the impermanent, transitory and uncertain nature of existence, and how we can relate to this.

Recorded by the Buddhist Society of Victoria in Melbourne.

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