Thai Forest Dhamma

in the tradition of Lungphu Mun Bhuridatto

and his western disciples

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Talks from Ajahn Martin

This website now contains all of Ajahn Martin's recorded talks in English and German (a few in Thai and in French).

Most of the talks were given to laypeople at Baan Taad Forest Monastery who wished to receive instruction on Dhamma and meditation.
Most of the newer talks (from 2013 onwards) were given to newly ordained western monks. The talks are preserved exactly as they were originally given – they have not been cut or corrected. For that reason, they should not be transcribed or translated into another form without Ajahn Martin's written consent.

If you have any questions about the content of the talks, please send an email to th.forest.dhamma@protonmail.com.

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Date Title Description Album Duration
29-05-21 15 Question and Answers
Dhamma Talk 50:45
26-05-21 Finding the Way Out
Dhamma Talk 30:43
21-05-21 A Reminder Why and Motivation to Practice
Dhamma Talk 40:28
11-05-21 How to Deal With Expectations in Meditation
Dhamma Talk 25:38
7-05-21 The Right Teacher and the Right Place to Stay...
Dhamma Talk 35:00
26-04-21 Sati, Panna are The Weapons to Fight the Kilesas
Sati - The awareness that knows what is going on Without sati we don’t get anywhere!
Dhamma Talk 14:29
14-04-21 การผสมภาษาไทยและอังกฤษ / A talk in English and Thai
Dhamma Talk 05:35
11-04-21 Walking Meditation, Sitting in Samadhi – This is the Only Work of a Samana
Ordaining for one goal – finding the way out! Wherever we go, we take our problems to the next place How to observe the Eight Precepts in lay life
Dhamma Talk 31:08
28-03-21 The Concept of Rebirth is central to the Buddhist Teachings
Dhamma Talk 33:43
13-03-21 The Stages of Buddhist Training
Dhamma Talk 42:26
7-03-21 Interest Is the Key to Samadhi!
Dhamma Talk 37:34
27-02-21 Shouldn't we be more careful about what we do and say?
Dhamma Talk 05:31
26-02-21 Practicing correctly
Dhamma Talk 23:23
22-02-21 If we don't understand kamma, we don't understand the world
Dhamma Talk 13:54
19-02-21 Every moment we have several karmic choices
Dhamma Talk 29:49
11-02-21 At every moment we have a lot of different karmic choices
Dhamma Talk 24:52
5-02-21 There is only one cause of death: birth
Dhamma Talk 59:15
31-01-21 Whatever happens to us is the result of our kamma (Explaining kamma)
What is the value of human life? Shouldn’t there be more to this life than working, eating, and sleeping?
Dhamma Talk 36:37
21-01-21 What is the singularity of the mind?
Not being in the present moment: doesn’t it make us ‘dead’? Do we realise that most of our time we spend in thoughts? Let’s learn knowing what happens in the present moment It is not easy for us to catch the present moment... How do these ‘gears’, the Five Khandas, actually turn?..
Dhamma Talk 41:36
14-01-21 Why are we born here? - Because of our kamma!
Our task? To stop the desire! Getting the mind calm is not an easy task… How to see the ground of our heart Let’s stop the inclemencies perturbing the heart! Ask yourself: what does this body give me? What does the world give us, that we can’t have within ourselves? Who is the owner of this body?
Dhamma Talk 18:20
10-01-21 A human life provides the best opportunity to achieve nibbana - are we on the path or just wasting our life?
The cycle of birth and death never ends… Unless we decide to stop it The human life is the best opportunity for us Let’s make our utmost effort to find the way out At the end of our life, will we be able to say: “I did my best”? Is this life going to be our step forward?
Dhamma Talk 22:23