52.Ajahn Chah's visit in England

 
The Buddha Comes to Sussex - Part 1
 
dhammatube | October 01, 2008

A report made about Ajahn Chah's visit in England at the end of the 70s
when Ajahn Sumedho and the other monks have just moved into Chithurst to
set up a forest monastery there.

 

The Buddha Comes to Sussex - Part 2
dhammatube | October 01, 2008

A report made about Ajahn Chah's visit in England at the end of the 70s
when Ajahn Sumedho and the other monks have just moved into Chithurst to
set up a forest monastery there.

 
Mindful Way Part 1
craigMellow | August 02, 2008

Buddhist monk strive hard to realise Nirvana. They diligently dicipline their own mind, and watch how desires, emotions come and go,

 without clinging to them. The impermanence of all forms is a key point in Buddha's Great teachings. Buddhism is the only religion

which explains how mind works. If one is to take control of ones mind should he worry about external (non-existing) Gods anymore??

 
Mindful way Part 2
craigMellow | August 02, 2008

Buddhist monk strive hard to realise Nirvana. They diligently dicipline their own mind, and watch how desires,

emotions come and go, without clinging to them. The impermanence of all forms is a key point in Buddha's Great teachings.

 Buddhism is the only religion which explains how mind works. If one is to take control of ones mind should he worry about external (non-existing) Gods anymore??

Mindful way Part 3

craigMellow | August 02, 2008

Buddhist monk strive hard to realise Nirvana. They diligently dicipline their own mind, and watch how desires,

emotions come and go, without clinging to them. The impermanence of all forms is a key point in Buddha's Great teachings.

Buddhism is the only religion which explains how mind works. If one is to take control of ones mind should he worry about external (non-existing) Gods anymore??

Buddha explained That Self/soul/I is a conventional truth, but not an absolute or ultimate truth. In reality nothing exist. Not-self is called "Anatta", one key point in Buddhism.

Ajahn Chah - Mindful Way  

dhammatube | May 22, 2007

Excerpts from the BBC documentary 'The Mindful Way' which show Luang Por Chah (also available in full on video.google.com),

 briefly featuring the young Ajahn Liam who was later nominated by Luang Por Chah to lead Wat Pah Pong and continues to do so.
For more video, audio and text see
http://www.watnongpahpong.org   http://www.ajahnchah.org
Video series of biography of Ajahn Chah: http://www.ajahnchah.org/videos.htm 

Ajahn Chah - Bio 1 - Childhood
dhammatube | April 17, 2008

Ajahn Chah's early years. Being born and growing up in Ubon Rachathani Province of Northeast Thailand -- a poor region in terms of farming; rich, however, in terms of Buddhist masters...