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Recent Teachings

How We Use What We Use – Rejoicing in Less (MN 2): A Dhamma Talk with Ajahn Kovilo

How We Use What We Use – Rejoicing in Less (MN 2): A Dhamma Talk with Ajahn Kovilo

In this session, Ajahn Kovilo gives talk and brief Q&A focusing on “abandoning by using” as discussed in the Sabbāsava Sutta (MN 2): https://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/mn/mn.002.than.html

Our Waking Breath (Part 3): A Dhamma Talk with Nisabho Bhikkhu

Our Waking Breath (Part 3): A Dhamma Talk with Nisabho Bhikkhu

A detailed overview of breath meditation as described in the Ānāpānasati, or “Mindfulness of Breathing” sutta. New scholarship by Bhante Analayo and others points to an interpretation of the teaching as an invitation to explore the subtle energies of the body in an engaging manner that works with, rather than against, the thinking mind.

Our Waking Breath (Part 2): A Dhamma Talk with Nisabho Bhikkhu

Our Waking Breath (Part 2): A Dhamma Talk with Nisabho Bhikkhu

A detailed overview of breath meditation as described in the Ānāpānasati, or “Mindfulness of Breathing” sutta. New scholarship by Bhante Analayo and others points to an interpretation of the teaching as an invitation to explore the subtle energies of the body in an engaging manner that works with, rather than against, the thinking mind.

Our Waking Breath (Part 1): A Dhamma Talk with Nisabho Bhikkhu

Our Waking Breath (Part 1): A Dhamma Talk with Nisabho Bhikkhu

A detailed overview of breath meditation as described in the Ānāpānasati, or “Mindfulness of Breathing” sutta. New scholarship by Bhante Analayo and others points to an interpretation of the teaching as an invitation to explore the subtle energies of the body in an engaging manner that works with, rather than against, the thinking mind.

It is Possible! (AN 2.19): A Dhamma Talk with Ajahn Kovilo

It is Possible! (AN 2.19): A Dhamma Talk with Ajahn Kovilo

Ajahn Kovilo gives a talk and brief Q&A focusing on the essence of faith in Buddhism as addressed in the “Wholesome Sutta”. What is it that the Buddha said was possible in Dhamma practice? https://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/an/an02/an02.019.than.html