Mindfulness a talk by Ajahn Sumedho

Ajahn Sumedho Buddhist Summer School 2001.The Buddhist meditation practice of mindfulness, a talk given by Ajahn Sumedho at the 1994 Buddhist Summer School in Leicester, England.

(59 mins some background noise for the first 40 seconds.)

Subjects include: Mindfulness, Consciousness, and how we create ourselves.

More posts by Ajahn Sumedho here.



Categories: Ajahn Sumedho, Beginners, Buddhism, Buddhist meditation, Talks, Theravada

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2 replies

  1. That was a nice talk, thanks to the link that was provided on twitter I had the opportunity to listen to this talk.

  2. Whilst listening to this talk (and many others by Ajahn Sumedho, I find myself reflecting on life s I see it. At work, as a GP, reflecting on these aspects of mindfulness, attachment and awareness helps to increase the engagement and understanding between myself and patients, taking the ‘therapeutic’ business of the Doctor-Patient transaction into a meaningful conversation about realities and what really is helpful and therapeutic. Better outcomes all round. More peace and compassion all round.
    Thank you 🙏

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