Your favorite-dhammatalk on my ipod

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Your favorite-dhammatalk on my ipod

Postby Crazy cloud » Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:04 pm

Hi,
I have decided to reincarnate my old ipod - and want to fill it up with suitable "music" for education and fun. I have listened to about 200 talks in the last 6 months, and are running a bit dry now.

I want just 1 talk pr post, and it has to be your personal favorite

needlessly, i just mention that it has to be "clean stuff"

see ya, and thanks in advance :)

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Re: Your favorite-dhammatalk on my ipod

Postby Mindstar » Sun Aug 04, 2013 8:41 pm

Easily my most favorite, very much recommended:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oS6WOsnoiwc :anjali:
Wherever he goes, there he is unafraid.. Wherever he sleeps, there he is unalarmed!
The nights and days does neither touch nor burn him. He sees nothing in this world
that is to be kept or lost.. Therefore his mind dwells in goodwill and gentle kindness
towards all beings until he falls asleep.
SN I 110

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Re: Your favorite-dhammatalk on my ipod

Postby bhavanirodha » Thu Aug 08, 2013 7:13 am

Dear Crazy Cloud,

http://dhammasala.org/talks/No_Self_The_Hollow_Core.mp3

:jawdrop: I have no idea why this Ajahn and this talk aren't better known.

Metta,
Andrew

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Re: Your favorite-dhammatalk on my ipod

Postby Crazy cloud » Tue Aug 13, 2013 8:33 am

bhavanirodha wrote:Dear Crazy Cloud,

http://dhammasala.org/talks/No_Self_The_Hollow_Core.mp3

:jawdrop: I have no idea why this Ajahn and this talk aren't better known.

Metta,
Andrew


Dear friend - have listened to the talk, and it was indeed exellent :namaste:

And as a form of payback, I present this one (fast, funny and maybe a bit provocative for some ..""Homeless are the scum of the earth, right?"):


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Re: Your favorite-dhammatalk on my ipod

Postby Doshin » Tue Aug 13, 2013 1:31 pm

Crazy cloud wrote:Hi,
I have decided to reincarnate my old ipod - and want to fill it up with suitable "music" for education and fun. I have listened to about 200 talks in the last 6 months, and are running a bit dry now.

I want just 1 talk pr post, and it has to be your personal favorite


"Greater Discourse on the Hole in the Roof", By: Ajahn Amaro
http://mirror1.birken.ca/dhamma_talks/i ... heRoof.mp3

From:
http://mirror1.birken.ca/dhamma_talks/indiv/Ab-Giri/01/

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Knowing about dhamma, does not imply knowing dhamma

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Re: Your favorite-dhammatalk on my ipod

Postby Crazy cloud » Wed Aug 14, 2013 9:43 am

Mindstar wrote:Easily my most favorite, very much recommended:

:anjali:


Thanks a lot :hello: - exellent talk, and maybe you havent heard the tale of Ven Ajahn Brahms own "enlightenment", so here goes (1.05.10) into the talk:

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