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Path of Metta

This talk on the practice of Metta is given by Ven Mahinda, Abbot of the Aloka Meditation Centre in Australia. Ven. Mahinda, was ordained as a Buddhist monk in the Theravada tradition 20 years ago under the tutelage of Ven. Dr. K. Sri Dhammananda. He undertook Buddhist studies and training in Sri Lanka (1977-1982) and practice Buddhist meditation under several masters in Sri Lanka, India, Myanmar and Thailand.

Duration: 21’35”

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Co-Existing With Other Religion - Ven. Dhammanada

This is a talk by the late Venerable Sri Dhammananda Mahathera of the Buddhist Missionary Society of Malaysia on the topic of why we need religion and how to co-exist with other religions . The recording was made in1982.

Duration: 9’00”

 

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Evil Thoughts - Ven. Dhammananda

This is a talk by the late Venerable Sri Dhammananda Mahathera of the Buddhist Missioary Society of Malaysia on the topic of how evil thoughts come into man’s mind. The recording was made in1982.

Duration: 12’10”

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Dalai Lama Q & A

DalaiLamaIn this issue of ‘Focus on Buddhism’ broadcast on Sydney’s Radio  2SER-FM in 1983, His Holiness Dalai Lama answers questions such as should you renounce life to practice Buddhism?;  What is Buddha nature?; What do you mean by religion? And What can the West offer Buddhism.

Duration: 10’45”

Dalai Lama Q and A

Recognising Arahantship

BodhgayaMonkThis panel discussion explores the question of under which basis an Arahantship of a person is recognized. Taking part in the discussion is Professor Oliver Abeynaike, Dr Kosala de Silva and Das Miriyagama. The moderator is Raja Kuruppu. This was originally broadcast on Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation ‘Buddhist Forum’ programme on 28.8.2012.

Duration: 29’20”

Recognising Arahantship

Path To Cessation of Suffering

This is a talk by the legendary Sri Lankan scholar monk the late Venerable Narada Mahathera recorded in the 1970s. In a simple and easy to understand presentation he explains the elementary principles of the Buddha’s teachings – The Four Nobel Truths – that could lead oneself to the cessation of suffering and achieving the pure state of happiness – Nirvana.

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