Amaravati Buddhist Monastery
This feed shows the last 888 of talks given by Ajahn Amaro at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.
This podcast includes the last 888 talks by our founding abbot Ajahn Sumedho, the first Western disciple of Ajahn Chah.
These talks are readings by our teachers from different books. We have compiled them here to show the latest 300 readings that are available from our online audio catalogue. https://www.amaravati.org/category/teachings/audio/readings/
These are the latest Dhamma Talks given mainly in the Amaravati Temple during the Wan Phras (moon/observance days). These talks include those given during the Winter Retreat, Rains / Vassa retreat and the rest of the year. A complete audio library can be found on https://www.amaravati.org
These are the recordings of the complete collection of all the talks by Ajahn Chah that have been translated into English and are published in ‘The Collected Teachings of Ajahn Chah’, 2011. This was read by Ajahn Amaro during the winter of 2012. (www.amaravati.org)
Morning and Evening Chanting (Puja), Reflections, and Suttas, as used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups associated with the Western Forest Sangha in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah. Chanting book can be downloaded at https://www.amaravati.org/teachings/chanting/
These Dhamma talks or reflections are given by Luang Por Sumedho (Ajahn Sumedho) during the course of 1978 until 2010. These talks have been compiled when Luang Por Sumedho retired from abbotship of Amaravati Buddhist Monastery in 2010.
Awareness is your refuge: Awareness of the changingness of feelings, of attitudes, of moods, of material change and emotional change: Stay with that, because it’s a refuge that is indestructible. It’s not something that changes. It’s a refuge you can trust in. This refuge is not something that...
Since 1986, Amaravati Buddhist Monastery offers Sunday talks during the traditional three-month rains retreat which runs from July until to the full moon of October. Please check www.amaravati.org for the schedule around this period of the year.
This is a collection of recordings providing instructions for meditation. Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.
These are talks given during a meditation retreat uploaded to the Amaravati online audio collection. These talks are dhamma talks or guided meditation that were given during these retreats.
Buddhist monastery in the tradition of Ajahn Chah and Ajahn Sumedho
What is compassion? Can it be cultivated? And if so, how? This class focuses mainly on understanding the essential nature of compassion and the core practices for bringing it into being.These talks were originally given in autumn, 2003, at Yoga Mendocino in Ukiah, California
Buddhist monastery in the tradition of Ajahn Chah and Ajahn Sumedho
These readings and commentary by Ajahn Amaro from the book “Stillness Flowing – Life and Teachings of Ajahn Chah”. https://www.amaravati.org/dhamma-books/stillness-flowing/ These talks were recorded during the winter retreat of 2018 and 2020 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.
This is a compilation of the Death and Dying retreat given from 2-10 July (2012) at the Retreat Center of Amaravati Buddhist Monastery
Finding the Missing Peace is simply a set of meditation tools that anyone can use to make his or her life better. This booklet is based on a six weeks series of classes given at Yoga Mendocino in Ukiah, California in 2002 – Ajahn Amaro
These are the recordings of the complete collection of all the talks by Ajahn Chah that have been translated into English and are published in ‘The Collected Teachings of Ajahn Chah’, 2011. This was read by Ajahn Amaro during the winter of 2012. (www.amaravati.org)
Since 1986, Amaravati Buddhist Monastery offers Sunday talks during the traditional three-month rains retreat which runs from July until to the full moon of October. Please check www.amaravati.org for the schedule around this period of the year.
This is a compilation of the Ageing Mindfully seminar given from 29 June until 1 July (2012) at the Retreat Center of Amaravati Buddhist Monastery. www.amaravati.org
Buddhist monastery in the tradition of Ajahn Chah and Ajahn Sumedho