June 20
While waiting for more from Ajahn Brahm on the eightfold path, we are beginning to listen to a series of talks he gave at a retreat in 2011.  Good beginnings to your daily meditation practice…

Day 1 – Morning Talk. Ajahn Brahm Retreat at Bandarawela, Sri Lanka 2011

July 11
A talk on the five hindrances.  It focused on “sloth and torpor” and its opposite, “restlessness.”
Day 1 – Evening Talk. Ajahn Brahm Retreat at Bandarawela, Sri Lanka 2011

August 8
Day 2 – Morning Talk on Anapanasati.  Ajahn Brahm Retreat at Bandarawela, Sri Lanka 2011

August 21
Continuing on with our survey of Ajahn Brahm’s 2011 retreat in Sri Lanka, we listened to this talk on mindfulness.

August 29 and beyond
Ajahn Brahm continues with a talk on sloth and torpor, which he calls “dullness” and the value of programming mindfulness ahead of time to deal with all the hindrances.
Day 3 – Morning Talk. Ajahn Brahm Retreat at Bandarawela, Sri Lanka 2011

Sept 12 and beyond
How to do walking meditation:
Day 3 – Evening Talk. Ajahn Brahm Retreat at Bandarawela, Sri Lanka 2011

October 3 and beyond
Talk on the jhanas:
Day 4 – Morning Talk. Ajahn Brahm Retreat at Bandarawela, Sri Lanka 2011

October 23
A talk on the defilements, the hindrances to meditation
Day 4 – Evening Talk. Ajahn Brahm Retreat at Bandarawela, Sri Lanka 2011

late October – November
A talk on the jhanas
Day 5 – Morning Talk. Ajahn Brahm Retreat at Bandarawela, Sri Lanka 2011

November 21 & 28
A talk on four ways of letting go as outlined in the first sermon of the Buddha.
Day 5 – Evening Talk. Ajahn Brahm Retreat at Bandarawela, Sri Lanka 2011

December 5 and 12
Day 6 – Morning talk on metta and the importance of having more than one teacher…..(once you are grounded in a practice under the guidance of one teacher).

January 2
Day 6 – Evening talk on the hindrances

June to November: Ajahn Brahm 2011 Retreat Links