The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
 
Ajahn Amaro's Dharma Talks at Spirit Rock Meditation Center
Ajahn Amaro
I think of myself primarily as a monk who occasionally teaches, who strives to convey the spirit and the letter of Buddhism through my lifestyle, through explanation, and through the imagery of storytelling in order to bring Buddhism to life for people who are seeking truth and freedom.
2006-01-03 The One Who Knows - Part 3 51:59
(Estimated date of talk. Exact date unknown)
2006-01-02 The One Who Knows - Part 2 68:38
(Estimated date of talk. Exact date unknown)
2006-01-01 The One Who Knows - Part 1 1:20:01
(Estimated date of talk. Exact date unknown)
2005-05-02 Carrying The Blessings 62:26
Strategies on using the insight and peace from Retreats and regular practice through out our daily lives. (Estimated date of talk. Exact date unknown)
2005-05-01 A Mind Like Fungi 59:20
Ajahn Amaro recollects his past year on Sabbatical in India, the value of not having to be anybody, and the skillful use of thought in reflective meditation. (Estimated date of talk. Exact date unknown)
2001-11-21 Gratitude 66:42
Gratitude for the Triple Gem, spiritual teachers, parents, friends, good fortune, difficulties, etc.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center (Angela Center)
2001-11-17 What Are We Doing Here? 53:53
Reflecting about the first day of retreat: common thoughts and experiences, remembering our potential for happiness, and the three characteristics (anicca, dukkha, anatta).
Spirit Rock Meditation Center (Angela Center)
2001-11-16 What Are You Expecting? 34:05
Opening retreat comments inviting yogis to use the retreat to examine their plans and expectations. Plus brief remarks regarding the retreat and the precepts as voluntary limitations to be seen as a vehicle toward our destination. Ajahns Amaro and Sundara.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center (Angela Center)
2000-11-03 Impermanence as Uncertainty 1:20:00
2000-11-01 Working with Pain 69:39

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