Luang Por Liam
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One of the Buddha’s first comments when he came back to teach the Dhamma to his five former colleagues was: “The doors of the Deathless are open, let those who can hearken, who can listen, who can attend carefully, let them bring forth their faith….”Read More
According to the Buddha, the underlying source of the suffering that we experience is dependent on an ignorance (avijja) that we can remove from our minds. Although ignorance obviously isn’t something that we have a clear perspective on, as practitioners our work is to establish and sustain an honest focus on our mental behaviour in order to reveal this ignorance.Read More
What if… by contemplating your own thoughts, actions and feelings, and by noticing their causes and effects, you could establish ease and confidence in life?
What if… without belief, supposition, or ideology, you could find out how you get stressed and frustrated, and put an end to all that?Read More
During the rainy season retreat of 1981 Venerable Ajahn Chah was visited by a Thai lay supporter at a branch monastery called ‘The Cave of Diamond Light’. It was a time just prior to the serious decline in Ajahn Chah’s health and he was able to record this message on tape to send to his disciples in England.