Ajahn Brahm discusses how blaming others is counterproductive. Ajahn explains what to do when you’re blamed and how to nurture the good parts of others by giving praise (i.e. positive feedback), rather than noticing and criticising their bad traits.

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April 2018

Recorded at Wat Dhammayanaram.

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Date of teaching is unknown, but it was not given after 2016. Teaching retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKRGH9mLLJ0&feature=youtu.be (YouTube Channel: Pháp Hiếu)

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2nd December 2019

Ajahn Santutthi recently rode a bus to Albany. The trip took 5 hours. Whilst he managed the trip by meditating he recognised that for many of us learning to meditate, that it at times seems an endless and boring trip. Ajahn encourages us to add value to our meditation by thinking of something that makes us happy. Or brings to mind an enjoyable moment in our lives before we commence meditation. By doing this the trip seems less of a drag, a lot more pleasant and not so long a trip.

Ajahn then lead the group in a slightly longer than usual meditation. After meditation Ajahn opened to Q&A before continuing his talk on his recent trip to Albany.

This meditation is well suited to intermediate and experienced.

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Ajahn Brahmali discusses how to contemplate on the Dhamma. Ajahn suggests we focus on a simple contemplation like finding appreciations in our daily life, because this will really help our spiritual development.

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Monday Night Meditation July 2018 with Venerable Radha.

Recorded at Dhammayanaram Monastery, home of the Cambodian Society of WA.

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This recording is a of the morning session Dhamma talk and guided meditation by Ajahn Brahm, at the Centre of Behavioural Health at The University of Hong Kong (HKUCBH), on the 27th February 2018.   

Teaching retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70XFjQ96MZE (YouTube Channel: Bodhinyana International Foundation)

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Ajahn Brahmali explains the importance of lay Buddhists, how they interact with the monastic community and how they can ideally practice Buddhism.

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Buddhist scholar Ajahn Brahm discusses how even busy and time-starved Hong Kong professionals can find peace of mind and calmness in the chaos. Talk given on the 28 February 2018.

Teaching retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pz9KRw33eNI (YouTube Channel: FCC HK)

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Ajahn Brahm arrived at Club Med and entered in his usual manner, via the wrong door. Ajahn then partially sat down and then promptly stood again, to the surprise and laughter of the entire room. Ajahn does this in good humour to set us on the path to fun and laughter for the evening regardless of the subject.

Ajahn then for the benefit of those who are starting out in meditation, spoke on the many methods of and hindrances to meditation. Ajahn then guided the group through a 30 minute meditation beginning with a body scan and ending with silence. This meditation is well suited to beginners and experienced meditators alike.

After the guided meditation, Ajahn opened to Q&A. As always, Ajahn uses his life experience and humour interspersed with jokes to convey his message and answers.

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Ajahn Brahm offers advice on how to approach difficult situations, instead of blaming ourselves or others, such as being proactive and viewing our difficulties as opportunities to learn something about life.

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Dhamma talk by Ajahn Brahm recorded at the Buddhist Society of Victoria (BSV) on the 27 May 2019.                

Teaching retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVF7ZC1XQsM                              

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Ajahn Brahm has noticed many people all over the world suffer from stress and anxiety. As a result Ajahn talks about how to be resilient to stress and why it’s important to look after your physical and mental health.

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Date unknown. Teaching retrieved from Buddhist Society of Victoria - BSV YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsUlELBzQLU&list=PLwPICjq7jNeqDGMNhd04IemkUBGPnFSBy&index=8

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We suffer unnecessary from thinking too much about problems in our life. These problems are never-ending. The only way to stop suffering is to stop our unwholesome thinking mind, because then we can develop the wisdom and clarity to solve our problems.

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Dhamma talk by Ajahn Brahmali given on the 31st December 2018.               

Teaching retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvNJggGW6Jo (YouTube Channel: Buddhist Fellowship)

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Ajahn Brahmali advises us on how to deal with worldly problems like climate change and governments behaving wrongly. Ajahn reminds us to prompt the right view i.e. that the world going wrong is exactly what we should expect. Knowing this we shouldn’t become frustrated when things don’t go our way. We should instead focus on how we can be peaceful and kind regardless what is happening around us and their outcomes. At the end Ajahn shares a funny story about his student life.

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Ajahn Brahm gives a Dhamma talk on Vesak Day (14 May 2017) for the Buddhist Society of Victoria (BSV). Vesak Day celebrates the birth, enlightenment and passing away of the Buddha.

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Teaching retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ST7lPjp8kMU&index=5&list=PLwPICjq7jNeqDGMNhd04IemkUBGPnFSBy (YouTube Channel: BSV Dhamma Talks)

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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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