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Bhante Anandajoti discusses the nature of meditation in Buddhism and how it can be practiced by everybody to help them in their everyday lives as lay people having families and a career to pursue.
This audio is part of the collection: Dharma Records Audio
It also belongs to collection: Spirituality & Religion
Artist/Composer: Anandajoti Bhikkhu
Keywords: Buddha; Dhamma; Dharma; Meditation; Mindfulness
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
|Audio Files||192Kbps MP3||Ogg Vorbis|
|Bhante Anandajoti: What is Meditation||
Subject: Good Introduction on Meditation
Bhane Anandojoti provided a very clear and thoughtful discussion on the basics of mediation. He highlights much more the principle benefits of having a consistent meditation practice as opposed to focusing attention on the multitude of techniques and styles that currently exists. He thus avoids the need to discussion which technique is the "best", something that may potentially confuse listners new to the topic. His message of "anyone can do meditition, anywhere and the best time to start is now" is encourging and echoes well with novices such as me.