Popular podcast with the latest Dhamma talks from Amaravati Buddhist Monastery located in the UK. These talks are given by monks and nuns from the Thai Forest Buddhist tradition. Topics are often about how to meditate, reflections on Buddhist teachings or readings. A more complete audio library can be found on https://www.amaravati.org/audio
This Dhamma Talk was given by Ajahn Khemakā on the 5th of August 2022 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.
How to teach paṭicca samuppāda to your dog
This Sunday Talk was given by Ajahn Amaro on 31st of July 2022 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.
Luang Por: Great Friend, Maha Mittā
This Dhamma Talk was given by Ajahn Kongrit on the 28th of July 2022 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.
Ācariya-pūjā — expressing gratitude to Luang Por Sumedho on his 88th birthday
This Dhamma Talk was given by Ajahn Amaro on the 27th of July 2022 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.
The Fluid World of the Buddhist Path
This Dhamma Talk was given by Ajahn Sundara on the 21st of July 2022 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.
‘Nice guys finish last’ … or do they?
This Sunday Talk was given by Ajahn Amaro on 24th of July 2022 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.
Thank you for these recordings of dhamma talks. They have instilled in me a wisdom I am forever grateful for. I am thankful there is something of substance to listen to and a platform here to share this knowledge with the rest of us.
Christians listening, too.
I have been listening for many years, and I’m a priest in one of the branches of Christianity. It hurts a bit when speakers speak insensitively or in overly general, facile ways about our Christian spirituality, which can actually be greatly enhanced by Buddhist wisdom. I ask dhamma speakers to consider that it is ignorance of Right Speech to do, and hinders us all in the bonds on compassion. Respectfully offered. Radiant silence. Peace. Metta. Samadhi.
Recently, Amaravati updated all of their podcast streams with shiny new retina-display album artworks — and I couldn't be happier over a tiny polished detail.
& I sincerely appreciate the work that the Thai Forest Tradtion puts into maintaining a consistent presence in all corners of the web.
But what is especially important about Amaravati's online presence is that its content (in terms of both form & function) is on-par with the offerings of the other top 4 major world religions; and while 'the best of tech' can be admittedly shallow,
» it is a vital aspect in ensuring that this & future generations have effortless access to the Dhamma. «
And that, as you well know, surpasses all other gifts.