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Ajahn Brahm

Ajahn Brahm

Ajahn Brahm is a world-renowned meditation teacher, author, and speaker known for his wit, wisdom, and ability to convey complex teachings with humor and simplicity. Born Peter Betts in London in 1951, he was ordained as a Theravada Buddhist monk in Thailand in 1974 and trained under the revered Ajahn Chah for nine years before becoming the abbot of Bodhinyana Monastery in Western Australia in 1983.

Ajahn Brahm has been a guiding force in the growth of the Buddhist community in Australia and has helped establish numerous monasteries and meditation centers across the world. He is the author of several books, including “Mindfulness, Bliss, and Beyond: A Meditator’s Handbook,” “The Art of Disappearing: Buddha’s Path to Lasting Joy,” and “Kindfulness.”

In addition to his writing, Ajahn Brahm is a sought-after teacher and speaker, and his talks and teachings have reached millions of people worldwide through online videos and podcasts. He is known for his down-to-earth, accessible teaching style and his ability to connect with people from all backgrounds and cultures.

Beyond his accomplishments, what makes Ajahn Brahm truly remarkable is his deep commitment to practicing and sharing the teachings of the Buddha in a way that is relevant and accessible to modern-day practitioners. He embodies the qualities of compassion, wisdom, and boundless delight that are at the heart of the Buddhist path.

Ajahn Brahm’s teachings have touched the lives of countless individuals around the world, inspiring them to live with greater mindfulness, joy, and compassion. Whether you are new to meditation or a seasoned practitioner, his insight and guidance can help deepen your practice and transform your life.

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