What is Buddhism? | Ajahn Sādaro
Ajahn Sādaro, visiting from Australia, speaks about how Buddhism moves into a culture without losing its essence, and how we must all take responsibility for what it becomes.
Live from Clear Mountain | Dhamma Q&A with Ajahn Nisabho (11.23.2022)
In this session, Ajahn Nisabho speaks about gratitude, faith, and Mara.
Ajahn Gavesako – Full Interview
This is the full, 1:14:00 video interview of Ajahn Kovilo’s conversation/interview with Ajahn Gavesako of Sumedhārāma Monastrery.
Doubt & Uncertainty (Hindrances V) | Ajahn Nisabho
In this talk, Ajahn Nisabho speaks about doubt, the fifth of the five hindrances to calm in meditation.
Finding Benefit in Loss Languages | Ajahn Kovilo & Ajahn Nisabho
In this session, Ajahn Kovilo and Ajahn Nisabho discuss the topic of finding benefits in the four loss languages: 1) fear of scarcity; 2) fear of not being good enough; 3) fear of being overwhelmed; 4) fear of chaos.
Anxiety and Remorse (Hindrances IV) | Ajahn Nisabho
In this talk, Ajahn Nisabho speaks about restlessness and remorse, the fourth of the five hindrances to calm in meditation.
The Spiral Path – Transcendent Dependent Origination | Ajahn Kovilo
In this session, Ajahn Kovilo speaks on transcendent dependent origination (lokuttara Paṭicca-sammuppāda) as discussed in “Breaking the Cycle” in Chapter 4 of P.A. Payutto’s Buddhadhamma: https://buddhadhamma.github.io/dependent-origination.html
In this session, Ajahn Kovilo gives four similes for full-body awareness in the context of not following feelings into craving as outlined in dependent origination.
In this talk, Ajahn Nisabho describes how to use contemplation of the body to pierce the delusion of self.
In this session, Ajahn Kovilo speaks about abandoning the five hindrances as featured in The Greater Discourse at Assapura.
In this talk, Ajahn Nisabho speaks about sloth and torpor, the third of the five hindrances to calm in meditation.
In this Q&A, Ajahn Nisabho speaks about developing compassion for ourselves, the Four Noble Truths as a spiral staircase, and the cultivation of right-brain thinking.
In this session, Ajahn Kovilo speaks about the dependent origination of conflict as discussed in Chapter 4 of P.A. Payutto’s Buddhadhamma
In this session, Ajahn Kovilo speaks about the four jhāna similes featured in The Greater Discourse at Assapura
In this talk, Ajahn Nisabho speaks about the first two of the five hindrances, sensual desire and aversion, detailing the ways of understanding them that the Buddha lays out as well as their antidotes.
In this talk, Ajahn Nisabho speaks about the first two of the “Eight Verses of Training the Mind”, an ancient and powerful teaching from the Tibetan tradition aimed at orienting us towards true humility and selflessness.
In this session, Ajahn Kovilo and Ajahn Nisabho speak on finding reality in the digital age.