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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.
2007-04-30 Small Tools With Big Results 50:09
Ajahn explains Summata and Anata - the emptiness of all phenomena and the emptiness of being. He explains how each of the five aggregates is not self, that nothing exists without cause and condition
Monastic Retreat
2007-04-29 AM Morning Reflections - Residing In The Present 49:58
In these morning reflections Ajahn points us to the present moment through guided meditation
Monastic Retreat
2007-04-27 Simplicity And Purity 50:25
This talk is about a place in practice that is easeful, simple and leads to purification – being present with objects of consciousness and not being fooled or pulled in by them
Monastic Retreat
2006-06-13 Stop Thinking 48:07
Vipassana Retreat
2006-06-12 Formless Abidings 40:28
Guided meditation on the four formless states through progressive simplification.
Vipassana Retreat
2006-06-07 Finding The Faith To Practice Metta 36:15
The importance of Faith (Saddha) in overcoming obstacles to Loving-Kindness.
Metta Weekend
2006-06-05 Benefits Of The Brahma Viharas 42:22
Examination of the Brahma Viharas as a development of unbounded consciousness.
Metta Weekend
2006-06-03 The Four Brahma Viharas 57:40
Introductory look at the Four Divine Abodes (Lovingkindness, compassion, sympathetic joy and equanimity.)
Metta Weekend
2005-04-27 Nothing Doing 48:51
Meditation practice as a process of continual simplification, the ideal being to do nothing at all.
Monastic Retreat
2004-04-24 Guided Meditation: It Only Hurts When I Exist 42:13
Extradinatory exploration of the "creating of me." Returning to present moment experience, emptiness and impermanence.
Monastic Retreat

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