Ajahn Brahmavamso Mahathera

Ajahn Brahmavamso Mahathera (known to most as Ajahn Brahm) was born Peter Betts in London, United Kingdom on 7 August 1951. Currently Ajahn Brahm is the Abbot of Bodhinyana Monastery, in Serpentine, Western Australia, the Spiritual Director of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia, Spiritual Adviser to the Buddhist Society of Victoria, Spiritual Adviser to the Buddhist Society of South Australia, Spiritual Patron of the Buddhist Fellowship in Singapore, and Spiritual Patron of the Bodhikusuma Centre in Sydney.

  • Intellectual Materialism

  • The Pure Land

  • Buddhism & Science

  • What is Love

  • Mindfulness In Daily Life

  • Freedom

  • Enlightenment

  • Finding Happiness in Life

  • Buddhism in Modern Times

  • Kamma & Divinity

  • Dukkha, its meaning and implications

  • Anicca, something more than impermanence

  • Anatta, the Key to Enlightenment

  • Metta to the Past

  • Metta to the Future

  • Metta to the Present

  • What the Buddha Taught

  • History of Buddhism

  • Life and Death

  • Why (The 4 Noble Truths)

  • The Different Buddhist Traditions

  • Kamma and Rebirth

  • Rebirth (Including Questions and Answers)

  • Clairvoyance

  • The Five Aggregates

  • Buddhist Meditation - The Way To Wisdom

  • Happiness in this Life and Beyond

  • Compassion

  • Greed

  • Doing What is Good

  • Helping children overcome problems

  • Why Is Buddhism Growing

  • The End of All Ends

  • Sickness and Death

  • Anger and Forgiveness

  • Buddhist Approach to World Conflict

  • Buddhism and Sexuality

  • How to Stop

  • Why Me

  • Fear

  • Origins of Buddhism

  • Power of the Mind

  • Scratching in the Wrong Place

  • Teachers from Hell

  • What to do with Suffering

  • Four Focuses of Mindfulness 1

  • Four Focuses of Mindfulness 2

  • The Mirage of Self 1

  • The Mirage of Self 2

  • Be Patient

  • How to Deal with Pain

  • Mudita - Sympathetic Joy

  • Who is Wrong?

  • Stop Trying To Meditate

  • To Hell With Punishment

  • What is Prison

  • Buddhism & Psychology

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