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Mind Like Fungi

A very fascinating talk “A Mind Like Fungi” by Ajahn Amaro takes you into Buddhist perspective. It talks about the mind and body, the within and without.

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The Inner Committee

Ajahn teaches Buddhist wisdom about different personas, roles, and characters. The so-called “Inner Committee” we listen to every day.

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My Life As A Monk

Ajahn shares about his life. His first contact with meditation in the Buddhist practice, and how that eventually lead him to monastic life.

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The Force of Harmony

Ajahn explains each of us has a force to contribute to the environment. To do good and let go of the bad ways. And eventually, create harmony in the world.

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Happiness of Renunciation

A monastic life with renunciation of many things may not be perceived as a happy life. But Ajahn teaches that happiness does need to be simple.

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On Death – Questions and Answers

This audible is a recording of the questions and answers about the topic of death. Ajahn gives answers in the Dharma practice.

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The Past Is A Closed Book, The Future Is A Complete Mystery

Ajahn explains Buddhist teaching how to live in the present, in the now. That the past is a closed book, and the future is a complete mystery.

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Who Are You, Wanderer?

Jack Kornfield explains that our life is just but a moment of our journey. Who are we? We just wander striving to know our purpose.

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Seven Factors of Awakening

Gil Fronsdal talks about the seven factors of awakening. They are mindfulness, investigation, energy or engagement, joy, calmness, concentration, and equanimity.

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Keys To A Long Retreat

“Refrain from violence and work to end hatred” is a good way to reflect on during the long retreat. Attitude and simple living are the keys.

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