Buddha Nature | Ajahn Brahm | Ajahn Brahm Podcast
Everyday Dhamma NetworkMarch 11, 202300:54:16

Buddha Nature | Ajahn Brahm | Ajahn Brahm Podcast

Jokes can be a way to heal and learn from traumatic experiences. Old age, sickness, and death can teach us valuable lessons in life, and they can be viewed as Buddha nature. Peace and goodwill towards all beings is a central message of Christianity. People come to teachers for guidance, not to be lectured to. Stay true to your beliefs and help those in need, no matter what their beliefs. The Buddha said that the things we experience in our life, such as being praised or blamed, have Buddha nature. We can see that these experiences have no personal meaning, and are just part of our journey towards awakening. Sickness, disease, aging, death, are all teachers which help us learn about non-self.


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You can find the text transcription and other related information on the Ajahn Brahm Podcast website (https://www.everydaydhamma.net/show/ajahn-brahm-podcast/).


This dhamma talk was originally recorded using a low quality MP3 to save on file size (because internet connections were slow back then - remember dialup?) on 27th December 2002. It has now been remastered and published by the Everyday Dhamma Network (https://www.everydaydhamma.net/), and will be of interest to his many fans.


These talks by Ajahn Brahm have been recorded and made available for free distribution by the Buddhist Society of Western Australia. You can support the Buddhist Society of Western Australia by pledging your support via their Patreon page. (https://www.patreon.com/BuddhistSocietyWA)

Episode link: https://play.headliner.app/episode/13901999?utm_source=youtube

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You can find the transcription for this talk, how to subscribe to the podcast and other related information on the Ajahn Brahm Podcast website: https://www.everydaydhamma.net/show/ajahn-brahm-podcast/

This dhamma talk was originally publishced by the Buddhist Society of Western Australia and has now been remastered and published by the Everyday Dhamma Network, and will be of interest to his many fans.

These talks by Ajahn Brahm have been recorded and made available for free distribution by the Buddhist Society of Western Australia. You can support the Buddhist Society of Western Australia by pledging your support via their Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/BuddhistSocietyWA
Ajahn Brahm,