The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
Ajahn Punnadhammo's Dharma Talks at Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center
Ajahn Punnadhammo
Ajahn Punnadhammo has been studying and practicing Buddhism since 1979 and was ordained in Thailand in the forest tradition of Ajahn Chah (novice ordination Feb. 1991, higher ordination Feb. 1992). Between 1990 and 1995 he was based at Wat Pah Nanachat, Thailand. Punnadhammo is a Canadian, born Michael Dominskyj in Toronto in 1955. He began studying the Dhamma under Kema Ananda, the founder and first teacher at the Arrow River Center.
2013-05-05 Morning Instructions 52:14
Basic instructions for mindfulness and breathing
Waking Up to the Peace in Our Hearts: Monastic Retreat
2013-05-04 Turning The Wheel Of Dhamma 67:02
The Buddha's first sermon - the Four Noble Truths
Waking Up to the Peace in Our Hearts: Monastic Retreat
2013-05-03 Opening Talk 30:45
with Ayya Medhanandi
Here the eight precepts are explained as essential supports for developing our moral restraint with ethical vows and our sense restraint through our commitment to renunciation.
Waking Up to the Peace in Our Hearts: Monastic Retreat
2010-05-08 Chanting and Morning Reflection 47:48
Monastic Retreat
2010-05-07 Chanting and Talk: The Three Characteristics - Samsara's Kaleidoscope 62:40
Dukka - Subjective and objective. Anicca - of various scales. Anatta - by analysis and synthesis
Monastic Retreat
2010-05-03 Samatha - Vipassana 46:13
The two principle kinds of meditation.
Monastic Retreat
2010-05-02 Chanting 3:21
Monastic Retreat
2008-05-07 Nothing Doing - Evening Dharma Talk 60:07
Being instead of doing.
Entering the Sacred: Monastic Retreat
2008-05-04 Evening Dharma Talk 7:30 PM 48:49
Entering the Sacred: Monastic Retreat
2007-05-02 AM Reflections - Settling Into The Now 31:37
Seeing the movement of the mind and lerning to settle into now
Monastic Retreat

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