In this videoconference talk from 4 December 2020, Ajahn Anan describes the merit and goodness that arises from humility and reverence.
External study is hard to get finished, but inner study does have a point of completion. In this short Dharma talk, Ajahn Chah explains to us how all the teachings of the Buddha take us to look at our body, speech and mind. If we understand just these three things, we’ll know the taste of freedom.
After the evening chanting, Ajahn Anan teaches us to view all phenomena—whether skillful or unskillful—as simply dhammas that have arisen. This helps us to avoid the pain and difficulties that come from taking it all so personally.
If we give the practice our best shot, the jewels of the Buddha and Dhamma will transform our hearts into the jewel of the Sangha.
In this videoconference talk from 27 November 2020, Ajahn Anan describes the 10 types of conventional right view and the merits and goodness that arise from having right/correct view.
In this deeply insightful talk, Ajahn Chah clearly explains the path of practice and beautifully describes what it leads to—the awakened mind.
In this talk, Ajahn Anan details how each subsequent step on the path to awakening rests on the previous, from morality all the way to the ultimate goal.
In this videoconference talk from 20 November, 2020, Ajahn Anan discusses instinct and learning, how humans have more ability to learn and grow than animals, the topic of developing wisdom, and more.
Describing his own path towards meditation, Ajahn Anan details how we can each build a true refuge for our minds through the cultivation of ethics and development of wisdom through contemplation of the body.
In this talk, Ajahn Anan gives details instructions for contemplating the unattractive nature of the body, a practice that frees the mind from the conditioned.