The Dhammic Art of Not Arguing with Your Relatives: A Dhamma Talk with Nisabho Bhikkhu
In this talk, Ven. Nisabho describes the six approaches towards achieving “a state without conflict” outlined by the Buddha in MN 139. Ranging from the profound to the practical, the talk reveals how we can interact with ourselves and others in a way conducive to harmony.
Being Generous with Your Time: A Conversation with Ajahn Kovilo and Ven. Nisabho
In this conversation, Ajahn Kovilo and Ven Nisabho discuss the meaning of the popular idea of “being generous with your time,” and will explore possible tensions with the concept of “not associating with fools.”
Ajahn Sona Q&A – Did Socrates Have Jhāna?: Dhammic Influence & Resonance Through History
In this interview, Ajahn Sona speaks about the threads of the Buddha’s teaching one finds throughout history and into the modern era, and the meaning of such revelations for those of us practicing now.
Illuminating the Subconscious and Jedi Order Dynamics: Q&A with Nisabho Bhikkhu
In this session Tan Nisabho answers questions regarding altering subconscious patterns to more far-reaching topics.
“Intrapersonal Intelligence” – Knowing Thyself in Buddhism (“Attaññū” AN 7.64) with Ajahn Kovilo
In this session, Ajahn Kovilo gives a talk and brief Q&A focusing on “intrapersonal intelligence” (attaññū) as discussed in the Dhammaññu Sutta (AN 7.64). https://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/an/an07/an07.064.than.html
“Eight Thoughts of a Great Being” (Part 2): A Dhamma Talk with Nisabho Bhikkhu
In this talk, Ven. Nisabho speaks about the second four of the eight thoughts of a great being described by the Buddha in AN 8:30. From developing mindfulness to delighting in non-proliferation, specific practices can help us shape ourselves into better vessels of meaning, purpose, and compassion. https://suttacentral.net/an8.30/en/sujato
“Eight Thoughts of a Great Being” (Part 1): A Dhamma Talk with Nisabho Bhikkhu
In this talk, Ven. Nisabho speaks about the first four of the eight thoughts of a great being described by the Buddha in AN 8:30. From developing humility to fostering energy, specific practices can help us shape ourselves into better vessels of meaning, purpose, and compassion. https://suttacentral.net/an8.30/en/sujato
In this interview, Ayya Santussika speaks about her path to robes, and how we can build faith little-by-little in our lives.
In this talk, Ven. Nisabho investigates an analogy the Buddha gives comparing the practice to a citadel, or fortress. How can we best fortify ourselves against the forces of the world?
In this talk, Tan Nisabho speaks about the Buddha’s instructions on ways one can transcend problematic thinking and how they can be applied to our daily habits as well.
In this session, Ajahn Kovilo gives a talk and brief Q&A focusing on having “Dhammic Intelligence” in as discussed in the Dhammaññu Sutta (AN 7.64). https://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipit…
To explore “Dhammic Intelligence,” Ajahn Kovilo highlights 6 distinct meanings of “Dhamma/dhamma” they occur in the Pali Canon.
In this interview, Ajahn Jayasaro answers questions about how to steward the monastic order and one’s own practice in an era of change. Touching on issues related to respect, technology, and even Jane Austen, the conversation addresses many challenges modern practitioners find themselves facing.
In this Q&A session, Ven. Nisabho speaks about how one can choose a teacher on the path and the distinctive qualities of the Buddha’s great disciples.
In this talk, Ajahn Kovilo speaks about the importance of kalyanamitta, spiritual friendship, and how we can look to the community surrounding us for people embodying spiritual powers.
In this Q&A session, Ven. Nisabho speaks about a variety of subjects, from the constraints of a meditative approach to the use of ritual in overcoming skeptical doubt.
The World is Falling Apart in Its Eagerness to Reveal What Lies Underneath: A Dhamma Talk with Tan Nisabho
In this talk, Ven. Nisabho speaks about how the characteristic of impermanence can be seen as a guide on our path towards awakening.
In this Q&A session, Ven. Nisabho speaks about the importance of purifying mind states as opposed to simply addressing passing thoughts.