Mindfulness of Death | Ajahn Tate
Forest Path PodcastApril 01, 202300:16:5816.11 MB

Mindfulness of Death | Ajahn Tate

This episode is a talk given by the Thai forest meditation master Ajahn Tate and is titled “Marana-sati - Mindfulness of Death”. In this dhamma talk Ajahn Tate explains the benefits of maransati, and gives advice on how to practice it. This is a really strong talk that will be of benefit for those who’ve been practicing meditation for some time and want to sharpen up their mindfulness. It may not be the best advice for beginners, so if you are a beginner, or if you are prone to depression or suicidal ideation, this is not the talk for you. There will be other talks available soon that will focus on uplifting the mind that would be better.

This teaching given freely by Ajahn Tate was translated by Steven Towler and was made available for free distribution in the publication “Words of the Master” which was published in 2022. You can find links to the original text in the show notes below.


The full translated text and more information can be found on the Forest Path Podcast webpage.

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