Demystifying Rituals
12/02/2012 12:18 (GMT+7)
Ajahn Brahm talks about the ins-and-outs Buddhists rituals

Faith, Belief and Reason
12/02/2012 12:17 (GMT+7)
Ajahn Dhiravamso talks about the connections between faith, belief and reason
Get Real
12/02/2012 12:17 (GMT+7)
Ajahan Brahm talks about getting real with yourself....

Letting Go of Fear
12/02/2012 12:16 (GMT+7)
Letting Go of Fear by Ajahn Brahm
Reincarnation - Here We Go Again
12/02/2012 12:16 (GMT+7)

Happiness Industry: Joy At Last!
12/02/2012 12:14 (GMT+7)
Ajahn Brahm leads us into the Rains Retreat with this scorcher of a talk. The Buddha's teaching of acceptance and letting go of states leads to the kind of deep happiness that cannot be found by shopping in the 'happiness industry' of this world. As Ajahn Chah famously said: "Joy at last -to know there is no happiness in the world!"
Interconnectedness by Ajahn Brahm
12/02/2012 12:12 (GMT+7)
Interconnection and disconnection and how to find a balance between the two....

No Complaints
12/02/2012 12:11 (GMT+7)
Ajahn Brahm: Opening the door of one's heart to all of life's situation is an expression of loving kindness. This approach will also improve your meditation...

The Doughnut Thief
12/12/2011 17:56 (GMT+7)
Rebirth
12/12/2011 17:55 (GMT+7)

Meditation Kamma
12/12/2011 17:55 (GMT+7)

Happiness At Any Cost
25/11/2011 22:54 (GMT+7)
Impermanence
25/11/2011 22:54 (GMT+7)
Sister Hue Can from the Vietnamese Zen tradition speaks about impermanence.

A Yen For Zen
25/11/2011 22:54 (GMT+7)
Bhikkhuni Ordination
25/11/2011 22:54 (GMT+7)
The venerable Ajahn Sujato from Santi Forest Monastery talks about the full ordination of Buddhist Nuns (Bhikkunis) something about to become a reality in Australia. Gender equality at last!

Harmony
25/11/2011 22:53 (GMT+7)
Mindfulness as a Foundation for Health
25/11/2011 22:47 (GMT+7)
Vietnamese Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh (known as Thay in his circles) made a rare visit to the Googleplex to lead a half-day Health@Google workshop in the fundamentals of mindfulness. The exercises and rituals of mindfulness lay the path to optimal health and happiness.Thay may be the second most famous Buddhist monk in the world, right after the Dalai Lama. He is certainly one of the best known and most respected Zen Masters in the world. Thay is a best-selling author, poet, and peace activist who was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Martin Luther King Jr. He is a key pioneer in actively applying insights from meditation to solving real-world social, political and environmental problems. Thay most recently published Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Life, with Harvard School of Public Health nutritionist Dr. Lilian Cheung. At 85, he's touring North America before retiring to his monastery in France.Life at Google is fast, furious and fun, yet it can take a toll on ourselves and our loved ones. Through Thay's specially crafted workshop, you'll learn how to reduce stress, eat for health, sleep better, find emotional stability, improve concentration and sustain optimal performance.--Chade-Meng Tan

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