Ajahn Appi explains the basics of meditation and why it is beneficial to us all in so many different ways.

Ajahn then led us through a 30 minute beginners meditation.  After meditation, Ajahn talked on dealing with anxiety and stress, suggesting a number of different techniques using meditation to deal with it.

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Ajahn Brahmali guides a meditation. Along the way Ajahn reminds us to give ourselves enough time to relax and to ease into the present moment. 

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Ajahn Appi tells us to take a minute, just 60 seconds, to think of all the goods things in
life and then to use a simple mantra to reinforce that thought.

Ajahn then led us through a 30 minute beginners meditation.  After meditation, Ajahn talked on dealing with modern life and the stress that comes with it.

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Ajahn Santutthi teaches us how to prepare our mind for meditation practice and how to overcome mental negativity. Ajahn discusses how being content leads to a peaceful mind.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately 30 minutes. 

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Ajahn Vayama guides a meditation for approximately 30 minutes. 

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately 30 minutes. 

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Ajahn Vayama guides a meditation for approximately 30 minutes. 

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September 4, 2017

Samadhi | Ajahn Brahmavamso

Ajahn Brahm offers a guided meditation with plenty of guidance and good advice on how to meditate. Ajahn Brahm begins by talking about the second factor of the eightfold path; right thought or right intention and how it relates to meditation. We apologise the quality of this audio. This Buddha Dhamma talk and meditation was given at the WFB in Bangkok, Thailand during 2008 and includes a short introduction about Ajahn Brahm.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately 30 minutes. 

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Meditation guided by Ajahn Vayama for approximately 30 minutes. 

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately 30 minutes. 

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30 minute guided meditation given before the Friday night Dhamma talk.

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Ajahn Brahm guides a meditation for approximately 30 minutes. 

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Ajahn Vayama guides a half an hour meditation. 

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Annie Keating, a former nun in both Santi(NSW) and Dhammasara(WA) monasteries, now returned to lay life, speaks of preparing the mind throughout the day, with kindness and silence, for a better meditation.  She then guides us through a body scan and breath meditation followed by a Q&A.

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Ajahn Brahm gives us the means to practise the art which we call meditation. During these four ‘Introduction to Meditation’ sessions Ajahn expands on the different types of meditation, their purpose and the way to practise them.

Part 3 – Ajahn Brahm shares experiences of the benefits of meditation and explains how to let go of our problems and past and future. We apologise for the quality of this audio. Ajahn continues to talk about how to calm the mind and reduce stress.

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Ajahn Brahm gives us the means to practise the art which we call meditation. During these four ‘Introduction to Meditation’ sessions Ajahn expands on the different types of meditation, their purpose and the way to practise them.

Part 2 –In this session Ajahn Brahm talks about some of the difficulties you might encounter in mediation, such as the wandering mind. We apologise for the quality of this audio.

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Ajahn Brahm gives us the means to practise the art which we call meditation. During these four ‘Introduction to Meditation’ sessions Ajahn expands on the different types of meditation, their purpose and the way to practise them.

Part 1 - Ajahn Brahm begins by teaching us to meditate on the breath which he says is used to carry people into very relaxed, peaceful and clear states of mind and is a very old type of meditation used by the Buddha himself.

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Believe it or not the mind is naturally still, says Ajahn Brahm. It only moves because we want something or want to get rid of something. Ajahn teaches us how to relax and be kind in order to still the mind.

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