The Peace Beyond Suffering websites ‘zoom’ section links to these uploads directly, and the subjects which were discussed are presented clearly alongside each link, so that you can identify and listen to subjects of particular interest to you. On average around 100 people have been joining in the sessions from ten different countries, then another 500 or so are viewing the sessions on YouTube in the week or so after. Seeing this good level of interest and having received feedback that many people find them beneficial I have decided to continue with the live-streams for a while longer. I’ve also decided to open up the opportunity for more people to join the actual live-stream, should you wish to. They occur every second Wednesday evening at 7:30pm Thai time. (GMT+7) The next one is scheduled for Wednesday 7th of October.
Please contact Joyce Lim, (firstname.lastname@example.org) mention that you are a subscriber of this website and request the password and ID. You will need to download the zoom app. The free version is good enough. Please write your name and country in your user name so that we can see where people are joining in from. Questions or subjects to be covered in a follow up session can be asked via the chat function on the zoom app once you’ve logged into the actual session.
Below are some of the subjects that were covered in recent weeks.
I hope something here is helpful to you at this time,
With loving kindness
Ajahn Achalo Bhikkhu
What is asubha kammatanna, (nature of the body contemplation) why, when and how to do it?
If practice slips how do we restart?
How to death death contemplation in order to increase urgency for practice and deepen wisdom?
A 15 minute chanting puja where the words come up on the screen so that it is easy to chant along.
A discussion about Mudita Brahmavihara followed by a guided meditation upon gratitude and appreciation.
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The official ‘Ajahn Achalo Bhikkhu’ YouTube channel to share links with Dhamma friends
There is also another YouTube channel 'Peace Beyond Suffering'