About: Stress - Overreaction to Life | Ajahn Brahm | 9 March 2018
Other people monitor it for him he knows how important he is he really helped me I really love him like a brother
Dear Ajahn Brahm, thank you so much for the Teaching and your tireless effort to reach out and touch so many souls with your compassion and wisdom. It's a blessing meeting you and listening to the Buddha's Teachings from you and your wonderful disciples. This time, I really need this sort of talk to encourage my inner strength going through some stressful time. I always remember your saying: This too will pass...
Ajahn Brahma your wisdom is tremendous and I must say you are one of the funniest monks ive come across. It seems like you are really living the wisdom that you generously dispense for us
I LUV U LOTs ABEY 🙏🌼😇🌼🙏DAILY PEACE ADELAIDE🥳🌻🌾🥳
What a wonderful teacher of life.
The humour is so important and lightens the heart. Very calm, captivating and great story telling 👍👏🙏
Thank you for this simple talk. It feels so tempting to run from stress and anger but you can’t run away from it as it’s in you. I have to let anger and stress go and walk side by side with my consciousness. Thank you again
Soooo cool ... thank you ...
I have to say thanks to this man for his kindness to share with the world his Buddhist teachings.
Thank you so much. Your teaching slowly eases my anxiety and worries.
He is great!!!
If it was possible, i would give this talk 10 thumbs up. Ajahn Brahm, thank you so much for reminding us of the importance of simplicity...
Why so many dissenters?
trying to learn accept what I have and embrace every moment of life. It is sometimes difficult to appreciate what I have. I feel stressed my children are not doing how much accomplishing "compared to" other people... Ugh!! I need to learn... Thanks to Ajahn Brahm, reminding me how I should think...
I agree this is good childcare to put your child as a novice monk in the monastery to ease the burden of taking care of them so that you can go overseas. And they return home as good children, But beware, they may not want to go home too, because they are just too peaceful and happy at the monastery. Sadhu!
Thank you for all these wonderful Dhamma talk 🙏🙏🙏
Listening to you makes me happy. I have to say that in my house growing up, parents worked from home, but never had time for us. They didn't care for us, they took care of us, but did not care for us. Very hard to get past that in life. So in my life, being around people like my parents is to be avoided. Easier to have very few good loving people in my life.