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Timeless Teachings of Ajahn Chah (1 of 3) by Ajahn Siripanno

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Ajahn Siripanno gives an enthralling Dhamma talk on the timeless teachings of Ajahn Chah. The talk was given at the Ajahn Chah Remembrance Day on 16 January 2010 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The set of DVD's (Refuge in the Triple Gem), from which this talk was taken, has been sponsored for free distribution by generous supporters in Malaysia, with gratitude and respect for the Forest Sangha. If you wish to help such productions to continue to be made freely available, please contact sianmah🤍gmail.com.

Things are Just Processes | Ajahn Siripañño

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Inspired by his reading of Ajahn Chah's biography, Ajahn Siripanyo discusses several key teachings from the Master. These include: Keeping expectations about meditation reasonable; mindfulness must be constant; sila is not negotiable; never run away from your dukkha, understand it; and things are just processes - they are nothing to be clinging to. This talk was offered on September 13, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery. Type: Dhamma Talks

Ven. Ajahn Siripanyo - Reflections on "Loving The Humour of Human Life"

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Dhamma Talk by Ven. Ajahn Siripanyo Reflections on "Loving The Humour of Human Life" Recorded on 31 March 2016 May the Triple Gem protect you and your family always. "A family that prays together stays together". * Stay Strong, Stay Safe, Stay Connected to the Triple Gem * Bandar Utama Buddhist Society, Uttama Bodhi Vihara, 3 Jalan BU3/1, Bandar Utama , 47800 PJ A Dhamma-inspired community in the heart of Petaling Jaya. Visit our Website: 🤍 Email: office🤍bubs.my Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to Telegram for announcements: 🤍 Donations to Bandar Utama Buddhist Society is entitled to a tax-exempt receipt (terms and conditions apply): 🤍

Intention is Kamma | Ajahn Siripañño

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Since mind is the forerunner of all things, Ajahn Siripanno discusses the importance of training our intention in line with right view and the wholesome. Our intentions and thoughts are often still grounded in greed, hatred and delusion in subtle ways. It's important to create new intentions, new neural pathways for actions of body, speech and mind. This is something we can all work with. We begin with wise reflection into our motivations and into the causes and conditions of suffering in our lives. This talk was offered on August 15, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery. Type: Dhamma Talk

32. Timeless Teachings of Ajahn Chah - Ajahn Siripanno

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About Ajahn Siripanno Modern Age Siddharta Gautama - Giving Up Billions and Lead a Life of Monkhood Ajahn Siripanno is a humble Theravada Buddhist monk from Thailand. He was educated in the UK and can speak 8 different languages. He is the one and only son of the second richest man in Malaysia, T. Ananda Krishnan, a low profile successful businessman that has business interest in media, oil and gas, telecommunications, gaming, entertainment and property. Ananda Krishnan is estimated to have a net worth of US$9.6 billions according to Forbes's 2012 world wealthiest people. He ranks the second richest man in Malaysia while at the number of 89 in the world. Ajahn Siripanno's mother is a Thai and he has two other sisters. It was during a retreat in Thailand where he wanted to pay homage to his mother's family and took up temporary ordination as a Thai forest monk. He was eighteen then (1989) and growing up in UK has made him quite open to different culture and to him the temporary ordination could be something 'fun'. That was the first time he encountered Buddhism, something that was very new to him. *It is a culture for the Thais where the male will join the Sangha (not compulsory) for a short period of time before returning to ordinary life. His aim during that time was simple and according to a talk that he gave at Maha Vihara, a Theravada Buddhist Temple in Malaysia, some years ago, his initial plan was to stay in the forest for just two weeks. He had never thought of becoming a forest monk would be his life career. What had really moved his heart was none other than visiting and learning how Ajahn Chah had done to the Sangha community during that time. Ajahn Chah was a well-known Theravada monk and he had many followers/disciples from the West. Some of his most famous diciples include Ajahn Sumedho, Ajahn Amaro, Ajahn Khemadhammo, Ajahn Brahm and Jack Kornfield (a notable author and meditation instructor). However, his hope of learning directly from Ajahn Chah shattered because this great master was already very ill. He could hardly talk and needed aids moving around on his wheelchair. Ajahn Siripanno only had the chance to meet him once but the impact that had on him was huge. It was a life changing moment! What he experienced during the stay at the forest temple had totally changed his perception towards Buddhism and monkhood. The initial two weeks plan had now become a permanent one. He had never look back and after more than two decades, he is now an abbot of Dhao Dham Monastery, located in National Forest Reserve near Thai-Myanmar border. Ajahn Siripanno is still in contact with his father and, which his father will visit him from time to time. It is the top priority for all Buddhist followers to practice filial piety and monks are not exceptional too. There was a time when Ajahn Siripanno travelled in his father's private jet to Italy as he was requested by his father to spend some time with him for his 70th anniversary. This humble monk with only a robe and a small tote bag drew quite a lot of attention during the stay in one of the finest hotel in Italy. The story that you might have read over the net about a monk that travelled in a private jet was none other than Ajahn Siripanno. Nothing VS Everything Can you imagine how a young man could give up everything (billions) and lead a simple life as a forest monk? Note that a Theravada tradition monk only eats once a day and after 12 noon, they are prohibited to consume any solid food. It is quite normal for a young man from rich family to enjoy his luxurious life; driving a sports car, wearing fancy clothing and of course with a hot lady sitting at the side. However, an exceptional one will truly choose an extraordinary path of life and Ajahn Siripanno is one of the least examples of the Modern Age Siddharta Gautama. Below is the talk that given by Ajahn Siripanno at Maha Vihara, Brickfields, Malaysia, 2010. There he shared about the teachings of Ajahn Chah and what he encountered during his first visit at the forest Shangha community. The title of the talk is 'Timeless Teachings of Ajahn Chah'. Credit: Article from 🤍

Conditionality | Ajahn Siripañño

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Ajahn Siripanno reflects on the subjects of religion, conditionality, and impermanence. Turning some common american phrases into Dhamma, he advises: First respond by not responding (to avoid heedlessness), plug in but stay unplugged (non attachment), and reach out by reaching in (look inward for the truth). This talk was offered on October 29, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery. Author: Ajahn Pasanno Type: Dhamma Talks

Timeless Teachings of Ajahn Chah (2 of 3) by Ajahn Siripanno

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Ajahn Siripanno gives an enthralling Dhamma talk on the timeless teachings of Ajahn Chah. The talk was given at the Ajahn Chah Remembrance Day on 16 January 2010 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The set of DVD's (Refuge in the Triple Gem), from which this talk was taken, has been sponsored for free distribution by generous supporters in Malaysia, with gratitude and respect for the Forest Sangha. If you wish to help such productions to continue to be made freely available, please contact sianmah🤍gmail.com.

Ajahn Siripanno: Can we do chanting in other language other than Pali language

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Ajahn Siripanno doing translation for Luang Por Liem's Q&A session at Kota Bharu Mettarama.

Turning Our Mind Away from the Sense Realm with Q&A | Ajahn Siripañño

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Ajahn Siripanyo reflects on the process of turning away from the sense realm through seeing the dangers and limitations of it. He discusses the natural peace that arises from moving away from the sense realm and the foundation that this can provide for deepening our understanding. He goes on to discuss that the teachings are intended to be experienced as opposed to just intellectualized and offers a number of similes on the nature of the difference between the experience of liberation and the conventions we use to discuss liberation. The Dhamma talk ends with a question and answer session from the students. This Dhamma talk was offered at Dharma Realm Buddhist University at the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas on October 14, 2017.

See the World as a Royal Chariot | Ajahn Siripañño

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On the first day of the vassa, visiting Abbot Ajahn Siripanno describes the Buddha's journey to Deer Park to find his five friends and teach them the Middle Way. Ajahn Siripanno urges us to begin our work with the Four Noble Truths and keep it there - to understand craving and becoming, not by a technical approach but looking directly into experience. He quotes from Ajahn Liam's frequent reference: Dhammapada 171, "Come, see this world like a bedecked and decorated royal chariot; fools are utterly taken in by it, but the wise ones have nothing to do with it." When we look inward, we see the play of the senses and the trickery of the mind are not real; they arise and pass away. This talk was offered on July 16, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery. This talk was offered on July 16, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery. Type: Dhamma Talk

The Roots of Right View | Ajahn Siripanyo

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This morning reflection was offered on October 24, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.

Our Night and Day Challenge | Ajahn Siripañño

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Ajahn Siripañño reflects on the question," Does sila, samadhi, panna (ethics, meditation, wisdom) work? Using examples from lay and monastic life, he explains the internal benefit to oneself and the external benefit to others of cultivating this path. He describes these factors as interdependent and mutually reinforcing, For example, sila and wisdom are like two hands washing each other. The path offers something beyond the "factual" reality of the conditioned world. Our challenge is to discover this. This talk was offered on August 27, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery. Type: Dhamma Talk

Dtao Dum Forest Sangha Abode

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Ajahn Siripanyo : Happiness

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Why does he has to suffer so much by Ajahn Siripanno

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Why does he has to suffer so much by Ajahn Siripanno သဘာဝရဲ့ ဘေးအန ္တရယ်နှင့် ဒုက္ခဆင်းရဲတို့ကို ခံစားနေရသော လူ၊ နတ်၊ သတ္တဝါတွေ၊ ဘေးဒုက္ခအန ္တရယ်များကို ကျော်လွှားနိုင်ကြပါစေ... ST studios: 🤍 သဗ္ဗဒါနံ ဓမ္မဒါနံ ဇိနာတိ တရားအလှူသည်အားလုံးစုံသောအလှူထက်မြတ်၏ Subscribe: UCgToA_og1685sMEaZ6PNAPQ Living Arhat monk in Myanmar.: 🤍 နောက်ဆုံး ပွင့်တော်မူမနောက်ဆုံး ပွင့်တော်မူမည့် အရိမေတ္တေယျ မြတ်စွာဘုရား: 🤍 အရပ ၁၀ မက မတပ႔ င မတသတ တရတ ဥဝစတသရဘဝသ မတတပ နင မတတသတ: 🤍 This Buddhist monk attend nibbana mindfully: 🤍 The magic of loving kindness by venerable Sitagu မေတ္တာရဲ့တန်ခိုးတရားတော်: 🤍 ပဌာန္းပါဠိေတာ္၊ ဓါရဏပရိတ္ေတာ္: 🤍 ဒို႔တာ၀န္ အေရးသုံးပါး တရားေတာ္: 🤍 ဒါနစွမ်းရည်၏သတ္တိ (၁၅.၁.၂၀၂၀) သီတဂူဆရာတော်ကြီး.: 🤍 Burmese Ratna Sutta: 🤍 ဒေါ်အောင်ဆန်းစုကြည်သည်ဆရာတော် Ashin Nyanissara ထံသို့လာရောက်တွေ့ဆုံသည်: 🤍 For copyright matters please contact us at:dhammanews4🤍gmail.com - Buddha Sasanam Ciram Titthatu In this channel, we upload dhamma talk, pali chanting and instruction on meditation . So if you like these subscribe, stay tuned. Join Us With FB : 🤍 Twitter : Google+ : Disclaimer: = This channel may use some copyrighted materials without specific authorization of the owner but contents used here falls under the “Fair Use” Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

Timeless Teachings of Ajahn Chah (3 of 3) by Ajahn Siripanno

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Ajahn Siripanno gives an enthralling Dhamma talk on the timeless teachings of Ajahn Chah. The talk was given at the Ajahn Chah Remembrance Day on 16 January 2010 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The set of DVD's (Refuge in the Triple Gem), from which this talk was taken, has been sponsored for free distribution by generous supporters in Malaysia, with gratitude and respect for the Forest Sangha. If you wish to help such productions to continue to be made freely available, please contact sianmah🤍gmail.com.

A Slave of Craving | Ajahn Siripañño

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Ajahn Siripanno discusses craving, the heart of dukkha. We understand how craving arises through dependent origination, but the Buddha also describes a different aspect. It is in the craving for sense objects (sights, sounds, tastes, touch, smells, thoughts) that craving arises and establishes itself. It is not in the object of craving. Ajahn Siripanno asks, do we really want to give up craving? The process of craving quickly gives rise to a sense of self, of aliveness . Without this, there may be a void, discomfort, emptiness. How do we free ourselves from this addiction to craving? Through seeing the process, restraint, using the material realm in a wise way, enduring, avoiding the unskillful, removing internal defilements, and developing the Path. This talk was offered on August 6, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery. Type: Dhamma Talk

How Did Disciples Of Ajahn Chah Spread Buddhism Abroad - Translated by Ajahn Siripanyo

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Luang Por Piak explains how Western disciples of Ajahn Chah spread Thai Forest Tradition Buddhism abroad. Full credit to Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery #ajahnchah #theravada #theravada

The Deluded Experience of Sense Pleasure | Ajahn Siripañño

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Ajahn Siripanyo describes the allure of sense pleasure in which beings are burned by the fever of sensuality, but because of their distorted faculties they experience some alleviation of discomfort in the present. But the Buddha's teaching in the Magandiya Sutta, (MN35) explains that sensual pleasure is initially painful and inherently unsatisfactory. Renouncing sensuality is difficult, but if we develop many right intentions of non cruelty, non ill will and renunciation, the power of will in our practice will lead us to the goal. This talk was offered at Abhayagiri Monastery on October 8, 2017.

#SecretsSelfmadeBillionaires 0970 #AnandaKrishnan 3rd Richest #Malaysian #Billionaire #Buddhist Son

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Ananda Krishnan is a very secretive billionaire. Even though he is the third richest Malaysian selfmade billionaire, he shuns publicity. Born in Brickfield, Kuala Lumpur in Malaya in 1938, his parents are Sri Lankan Tamils. An excellent student, he won a Colombo Scholarship to study in University of Melbourne. After that he earned MBA from Harvard University in 1964. He made his first fortune as an oil trader, his second fortune in gambling and third fortune in telecom. At its height, he had a net worth of more than $11 Billion. Then his empire showed some cracks. Aircel of India lost $7 Billion, turned bankrupt and worse still turned into a scandals as he was accused of money laundering and investigated by CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) of India. His only son Ajahn Siripanno, abandoned the billion dollar empire and became a Thai forest monk. He is still one of richest Buddhist billionaire in Asia.

ACRD_105 Aj Siripunnyo - Walking Meditation Practie

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"Walking Meditation Practice" by Ven Ajahn Siripanyo Venerable Ajahn Siripanyo is a Thai-Malaysian monk born in London and educated in UK. He was ordained in Thailand and lived there for 14 years as a Thai forest monk. Ajahn Siripanyo is now the Abbot of Hermitage Dtao Dam on the Thai-Burmese border.

Ajahn Siripanno: Where to find true Dhamma

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Ajahn Siripanno doing translation for Luang Por Liem's Q&A session at Kota Bharu Mettarama.

Right Effort and Self Esteem | Ajahn Siripañño

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Ajahn Siripañño discusses right effort and the influence of cultural attitudes in developing motivation to practice. He urges us to know ourselves. For example, how do we respond to teachers' methods, to stimulus? What is the right balance of effort and patience so that the practice is enjoyable, sustainable and leading to growth? When we get it right, then meditation can be effortless; like a springboard diver who performs a flawless dive. This talk was offered on September 3, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery. Type: Dhamma Talks

Guided Meditation at Dharma Realm Buddhist University-Day2 | Ajahn Siripañño

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Ajahn Siripanyo offers a guided meditation on the body and establishing mindfulness. This guided meditation was offered at Dharma Realm Buddhist University at the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas on October 14, 2017. Type: Guided Meditation

Ajahn Siripanno: Why must we do morning chanting and and as a group

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Ajahn Siripanno doing translation for Luang Por Liem's Q&A session at Kota Bharu Mettarama.

Caring for the Monk's Life (Part I)-Luang Por Baen | Ajahn Siripanyo

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This reading was offered on October 7, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.

Voluntarily Upholding Dhamma Vinaya-Luang Por Baen | Ajahn Siripanyo

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This reading was offered on October 25, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.

ACRD_205 Aj Siripunnyo - Dhutanga : Spirit of Thudong

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Venerable Ajahn Siripanyo is a Thai-Malaysian monk born in London and educated in UK. He was ordained in Thailand and lived there for 14 years as a Thai forest monk. Ajahn Siripanyo is now the Abbot of Hermitage Dtao Dam on the Thai-Burmese border. Title of Dhamma Talk : Dhutanga : Spirit of Thudong

Integrating Work and Practice with Q&A | Ajahn Siripañño

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Ajahn Siripanyo offers reflections on how to integrate practice with work without fixating on the result. He discusses how we can use a spirit of generosity to cultivate brightness in the mind and training our hearts. Finally, he describes how we can use work and the practice to help us to come out of the roots of suffering. He further takes questions on how to work without conflict and the relationship to the uncertainty regarding the status of the monastery after the evacuation from Redwood Valley. This talk was offered at the Dharma Realm Buddhist University at the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas on October 13, 2017. Type: Dhamma Talk

Dtao Dum Forest Branch Monastery Of Ajahn Chah At Sai Yok In Kanchanaburi | Ajahn Siripanyo

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Dtao Dum Forest Monastery (Wat Dtao Dum) is located at the Thai-Burmese border in Sai Yok National Park, Kanchanaburi province. The road in to Dtao Dum is extremely rough and everyone had to come with four-wheel drive vehicles. This place was formerly under constant conflict from civil war, prey to illegal drug trafficking and other dangerous activities. Ajahn Siripanyo (พระอาจารย์สิริปัญโญ ) is the abbot of Dtao Dum Monastery and happens to be the son of a Malaysian billionaire. The location on the map of Wat Dtao Dum - 🤍 #Forest #Siripanno #ajahnchah

Ajahn Siripanno - Dhammatalk - "A Morning Ovada"

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Ajahn Chah : Timeless Teaching Through his life By Ajahn Siripunyo

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The one who recognizes the uncertainty of phenomena is the Dhamma within you. Ajahn Chah

Re-Telecast of Dhamma Discourse on Dhutanga : Spirit of Thudong by Ven. Ajahn Siripanyo

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Video Credits : Losel Boon Hong Chuah (YouTube) Dhamma Talk : Dhutanga : Spirit of Thudong Venerable Ajahn Siripanyo is a Thai-Malaysian monk born in London and educated in UK. He was ordained in Thailand and lived there for 14 years as a Thai forest monk. Ajahn Siripanyo is now the Abbot of Hermitage Dtao Dam on the Thai-Burmese border.

Guided Meditation at Dharma Realm Buddhist University | Ajahn Siripañño

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Ajahn Siripanyo offers a guided meditation for college students at the Dharma Realm Buddhist University. This guided meditation was offered on October 13, 2017 at Dharma Realm Buddhist University at The City of Ten Thousand Buddhas. Type: Guided Meditation

Ajahn Siripanno: Fostering Mental Health (อุปถัมภ์ สุขภาพจิต)

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Kota Bharu Mettarama: Phra Ajahn Siripanno from Wat Thiphaksong Pah Dtao Dum doing the translation for Phra Rachapavanavikrom's (Luang Por Liem) from Wat Nong Pah Pong during his dhamma talk on "Fostering Mental Health: Training the mind and the body" .

Re-Telecast of Dhamma Discourse on Dhutanga : Spirit of Thudong by Ven. Ajahn Siripanyo

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Video Credits : Losel Boon Hong Chuah (YouTube) Dhamma Talk : Dhutanga : Spirit of Thudong Venerable Ajahn Siripanyo is a Thai-Malaysian monk born in London and educated in UK. He was ordained in Thailand and lived there for 14 years as a Thai forest monk. Ajahn Siripanyo is now the Abbot of Hermitage Dtao Dam on the Thai-Burmese border.

Ajahn Siripanno NEKKHAMMA melepaskan ke duniawi an

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Semoga semua makhluk berbahagia

Caring for the Monk's Life (Part II)-Luang Por Baen Reading | Ajahn Siripanyo

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This reading was offered on October 8, 2017 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.

Jinapañjara Gāthā: The Victor’s Armor ❖ Buddhist Chanting with Pāli & English Text ❖

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Jinapañjara Gāthā: The Victor’s Armor by Ajahn Anan and the Marp Jan Sangha. ❂ JOIN US DAILY ON ZOOM ❂ Join Ajahn Anan and the Wat Marp Jan Community online for daily chanting, meditation, and a Dhamma talk. Every Day from 7-9 p.m. Indochina Time (Bangkok, GMT + 7). For the link, email: wmjdhamma🤍gmail.com More teachings by Ajahn Anan can be found here: 📚 Books: 🤍 💽 Dhamma CDs: 🤍 🎧 Podcast: 🤍 or 🤍 ▶️ Insight Timer App: 🤍 💻 Dhamma Talk Transcripts: 🤍 📨 Subscribe to Mailing List: 🤍

Asubha, Recollecting the Non-Beautiful | Ajahn Siripañño

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