A schedule of upcoming livestreams, online retreats, and virtual teachings from monastics worldwide
Pujas.live was created as a way to gather the various livestream activities of Thai Forest monasteries that popped up during the COVID-19 pandemic. The intention is to support a more communal experience of participating in livestreams (remotely), and to collect livestreams in one place, so you can find live Dhamma on youtube without getting distracted by cat videos.
Dhamma Talks delivered by Late Ven. Amatha Gavesi Thera of Sri Lanka during meditation retreats in Singapore in 1992.
Listen to dharma talks offered by Tara Brach and guest teachers at the Insight Meditation Community of Washington.
Free, ready, access to Dhamma teachings given at Aruna Ratanagiri , a Theravadan Buddhist monastery in the meditation tradition of The Venerable Ajahn Chah. The monastery itself is located in NE England where Ajahn Munindo is abbot.
At present, this site hosts mainly talks on Dhamma (including guided and metta meditation) by Ajahn Martin Piyadhammo, along with photos and further information.
Dhamma talks given by various teachers in the Theravadin Forest Sangha tradition -- Venerable Ajahn Chah and his pupils.
This site offers an extensive collection of English translations of suttas from the Pāli Canon, as well as a multitude of free downloads of Dhamma from the Kammaṭṭhāna (or Thai Forest) Tradition of Buddhism. Ṭhānissaro Bhikkhu of Metta Forest Monastery is the speaker, author or translator unless otherwise noted.
This site is dedicated to the teachings of Venerable Ayya Khema (1923-1997), a Theravada Buddhist nun ordained in Sri Lanka . Her teachings (which were prolific) describe simple and effective meditation methods for development of calm and insight, for expanding feelings of loving-kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity towards others, and for overcoming obstacles to practice. She also gives detailed and lucid instructions for the meditative absorptions (jhanas) which provide access to higher states of consciousness, the way the Buddha himself practiced.
A library of free audio recordings of English translations of Pali suttas, selected and read aloud by respected Dhamma teachers within the Theravada Buddhist tradition.
Listen to dharma talks offered by Rodney Smith and guest teachers at the Seattle Insight Meditation Society.
- Dhamma talks by selected teachers (Achan Chah, Ajahn Amaro, Ajahn Jumnien, Ajahn Liem and others);
- Dhamma talks by popular North American Buddhist teachers, including Sharon Salzberg, Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstein;
- Retreat talks from many monasteries and meditation centers.
English-language interview of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu made by Christopher Titmus. German & English talks by Tissa Weeraratna, Ven. U. Dhammajiva and other Venerables.
Dhammatube is an attempt to collect video clips with Dhamma content in one place. Often the clips are about personal impressions, difficulties or inspirations of meditators with aspects of meditation, teachers or teaching systems. Some are stories or positions on teachings. In general the tone is quite informal, conversational and unedited.
Dhamma talks by Cambodian teachers: Venerable Maha Ghosananda, Venerable Maha Hok Savann, Venerable Vipassanacara Som Bunthoeun, Venerable Vipassanacara Keo Hong, Venerable Preah Maha Ung Mean Candavanno, Venerable Preah Maha Ngen Pen, Venerable Vothano Sophan Seng (in Khmer), plus Dhamma Teachings in English by Most Venerable Chanmyay Sayadaw.
A volunteer project to make audio book version of freely available translations from the Pali Canon.
Bhante Bodhidhamma, an English monk for 20 years, is the Spiritual Director of the Satipanya Buddhist Trust. The Satipanya Buddhist Trust is devoted to Vipassana Insight Meditation in the Tradition of the Mahasi Sayadaw of Burma.
On this website, you can freely download or listen on-line most of the Dhamma Talks which were given by Burmese monks over the years. You will be able to find talks in Burmese and English languages.
Audio archives of the Majjhima Nikaya class given by Bhikku Bodhi.